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Aretusa park

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Contrada Spalla uscita Autostrada CT/SR : Siracusa Nord, Melilli, Sicily Italy
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Most Mt. Etna excursions stop at the Silvestri Craters on the lava-covered slopes, but with this exclusive tour you can reach the top of Europe’s highest active volcano with a volcanologist guide. Take a cable car and off-road vehicle to Torre del Filosofo and then continue on foot about a mile (2 kilometers) to the summit craters. Learn about the volcano’s history from your guide and enjoy sweeping views over the coastline.
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Dani wrote a review Jul 2019
Budapest, Hungary2 contributions2 helpful votes
Nice slides, but mainly childrens place. Limited fun for adults. Please consider this. The high slide has a lot of fun, but waoting time sometimes reach your limits
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Date of experience: July 2019
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BoardingPass382199 wrote a review Aug 2018
Island of Malta, Malta1 contribution
Very relaxing day by the pool kids had a lot of fun using the slides good food but almost 1 hour qeu to order the food but at the end of the day we hat fun
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Date of experience: August 2018
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26Middlesex wrote a review Aug 2018
Middlesex41 contributions41 helpful votes
This is a nice little park, clean, with some good rides, and hardly any queues. You can spend the whole day there and pay 16 euros per person in high season, during the week. However, they close the rides for lunch between 1 and 2pm. You can stay there but you cannot use the rides. However, if you go after 2pm you only pay 9 euros. That is what I did and I found that an afternoon in the park was more than enough and my children enjoyed the time spent there.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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The Grill wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom55 contributions30 helpful votes
Arrived at 2pm (after the park's siesta) & spent 4 hours at the waterpark which is plenty of time to spend here. We had to sign a disclaimer to enable our son (who is under the height restriction) to go on some of the rides. A good park to introduce younger children to water slides/rides & it felt safe enough to let them have a little independence & go on things alone as the life guards seemed very attentive & on the ball. Take beach shoes if you have them or you can buy them there as the floor is very hot in places.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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mid999 wrote a review Aug 2018
Sheffield, United Kingdom66 contributions7 helpful votes
Really enjoyed our trip here some good slides, and a couple of hair-raising ones, all in all a good day out, beware you need to pay 2€ for parking and another 2€ per sunbed and 1.50€ for a locker all keeps adding up. Food from the snack bar was appalling cold tasteless not acceptable for almost 10€ each. All moaning aside a good park and a good day out.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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