Italy’s top water park is Aquafan in Riccione, with 90,000 sq. m. of green overlaid with 3 km of slides. Visitors can get a good buzz on the Extreme River, Speedriul, Twist or Rapid River diversions.
As for the little ones, they can enjoy three zones with tons to do: from the Cartoon Network beach, the Elephant Pool and the Antarctic Baby Beach, with slides and entertainment at just the right size.
Near Rome is Zoomarine, named park of the year in 2010 and ranked as the third best amusement park in Italy.
Here they put on excellent shows with dolphins, marine lions, seals, tropical birds and birds of prey, and divers. Excitement and fun are guaranteed, with a maximum capacity of 4,000, a 4D cinema, merry-go-rounds and roller coasters. This park really goes above and beyond, even boasting a tropical sand beach and the incredible interactive tour“Age of the Dinosaurs”, which features a prehistoric forest populated by life-scale animatronic dinosaurs.