Italy in miniature – Pisa
Location: Italy, Viserba (15 minutes from Rimini)
Year open: 1970
Feature: theme Park, which presents a small copy of the main architectural masterpieces of Europe.
The theme Park Italy in miniature is one of the oldest theme parks in Italy, covering an area of about 85 ha. in a single day, you can see all the major and most popular attractions and cities of Italy and Europe, reduced in comparison with the originals at 25-50 times. Around miniature masterpieces of architecture, roads, railway lines, built airports, which gives a special authenticity of all exhibits. But it is not only an exhibition of architectural landmarks under the open sky, it’s a real amusement Park for children and adults. There is Luna Park . are colorful laser and music show. A ride on the monorail train, You will be able top see all 270 miniature attractions. On The Square In Italy . copy the Square of the Holy cross in Florence, only reduced by 4 times, are entertaining theatrical performances in traditional style.
Venice in miniature
Separately, you can highlight the exhibition is Venice in miniature . which repeats a romantic original. There are 119 Venetian palaces, notoriousseg only 5 times less present, and the Grand Canal which you can ride on the gondolas.
“Italy in miniature” – one of the most famous and popular theme parks of Italy, which each year attracts more than 500 thousand tourists from around the world.
Hours: Works all year round, except for a few days in January and February. But rides only operate from late March to late September.
Opening hours: the Park is open from 9:30 to 19:00 in high season (end of June-beginning of September) from 9:00 to 23:00.
Italy in miniature – Bratislava
A ticket for an adult costs 20 Euro, in low season (no rides) is € 10.
Ticket for child (up to 100 cm and up to 11 years old) or retired (older than 65 years of age) costs 15 euros in low season, 7 EUR.
Note: if You purchase a ticket from the representatives of the host country, they may be more expensive, because it usually include the cost of transfer.
By car: the motorway A14 Bologna-Ancona, Rimini Nord to. follow the signs to the Park.
By train: Railway trains direction Ancona-Milan station FS ( P. le Cesare Battisti. in Rimini), then by bus No. 8 to the Park “Italy in miniature”.
By bus: From the railway station of Rimini or Viserba bus №8 to a stop “Italy in miniature”.