Are you looking for places to visit with your family and children? Italy, from north to south, is a large amusement park and offers many places suitable for visiting with family and children. Places of entertainment, such as playgrounds, but also naturalistic places that certainly will interest both adults and children who will thus also have the opportunity of a close contact with nature.
Places to visit with family and children in Abruzzo, Lazio and Umbria
Visiting the Majella area and the Abruzzo Molise and Lazio National Park, just past the village of Barrea with its beautiful lake, you really can’t miss a visit to the famous Camosciara. “La Camosciara is the most famous and well-known part of the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park. Its centerpiece is the spectacular natural amphitheater which, with its spiers and jagged crests of white and gray dolomite, is very similar in structure and appearance to the Alpine Dolomite mountains “. (taken from www.camosciara.com).
From the parking area (for a fee) you can reach the waterfall on foot, by bicycle or on a tourist train. But perhaps the most interesting and also the most respectful of nature is the use of horses and carriages (about this, you can contact the La Camosciara riding school). After the first stretch during which you can admire different species of trees and flowers (all cataloged), you will begin to skirt a stream that acquires, after each bend, different colors based on the surrounding vegetation and the rays that filter through the branches and leaves. (Read more)
The first amusement park in Lazio is a must if you decide to spend a weekend with your children in this area of central Italy. Crossing the gates you will find yourself catapulted into a magical and timeless world in which your children will have a lot of fun and you too can go back to childhood for a few hours. The Rainbow Magicland Amusement Park in Rome Valmontone covers an area of 600,000 square meters. and is currently the largest theme park in the world. It can be said that Magicland is ready to offer you the best of entertainment for young and old. (Read more)
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The wonderful Villa d’Este is located in Tivoli and is a true masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance as well as being on the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List. The construction of this place was entrusted to Pirro Ligorio, but the most important artists of the time also contributed, such as Bernini who, in this case, rivaled the technical and artistic virtuosity, inspired by the splendor of ancient Rome. Incredible are the lush terraced gardens, built on the natural slopes and fed directly by the Aniene. There are more than 200 jets, 250 waterfalls, 100 basins and 50 fountains, nymphaeums, caves, water games and hydraulic music constitutes a model repeatedly emulated in the European gardens of Mannerism and Baroque. The interiors decorated with frescoes with grotesques are also precious. (Read more)
It is also called Sacro Bosco or Villa delle Meraviglie, but is known to the general public as the Parco del Mostri. It is located in Bomarzo, in the province of Viterbo, Lazio and is an Italian monumental complex. It is a natural park enriched by numerous sculptures made in basalt dating back to the 16th century and depicting mythological animals, gods and monsters. (Read more)
It is possible to discover all the beauty of the Marmore Falls through 6 different paths that develop both in the valleys and on the hills. Each of these has certain characteristics and peculiarities. From those most suitable for children and elderly people to those for more trained and adventurous people. (Read more)