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Skip-the-Line Leolandia Entrance Tickets

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  • Set out for an eventful day at Leolandia amusement park with Skip-The-Line Entrance access.
  • Explore several themed areas and entertainment with over 50 attractions for kids.
  • Visit the educational farms, and the aquarium and get a chance to feed farm animals.
  • Spot your favorite characters like Thomas, the Tank Engine, and more.
  • Don’t miss out on Minitalia, a 160-exact scale replica of Italy’s most beautiful monuments.
  • Spend time with Masha, and the Bear, and sing along with her at a live show.
  • Meet animals up close and learn about rare endangered species.
  • This theme park is wheelchair accessible.
  • Prams can be rented for a small fee at the park offices.
  • Food for newborn babies is available in the park.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled. However, you can use them any time until 8 January, 2023.
  • These Tickets are valid until 8 January, 2023.

What is Leolandia Theme Park?

One of Italy’s most popular theme parks, Leolandia is the perfect destination for some family-friendly adventures. Located in Capriate, a province of Bergamo that is close to Milan, it has several themed areas and over 40 attractions just for kids. 

Children can meet characters like PJ Masks, Bing and Flop, or Masha and Orso, or travel aboard Thomas the Tank Engine. There are also shows for children and an educational farm.

Highlights of Leolandia Theme Park

Leolandia is one of the top kids’ theme parks in Italy, with dozens of exciting rides and attractions.

  • Visit several themed areas and enjoy over 40 rides and attractions for kids.
  • Learn about rare and endangered species on an educational farm and explore its aquarium, and reptile house, for snakes, fishes, and more.
  • Look out for favorite characters like PJ Masks, Bing and Flop, Masha and Orsor, Ladybug and Cat Noir, and Thomas the Tank Engine.
  • Explore Minitalia and see 160 realistic true-to-scale miniatures of famous sites from across Italy.
  • When you're famished between rides, there are multiple restaurant and cafe options to rejuvenate you.

Things To Do at Leolandia

From exciting rides to kid-friendly shows, Leolandia has it all! Here is the list of things to do to cross off your bucket list.

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Amusement Rides

Explore the 47 rides for all ages at Leolandia. There are exhilarating water rides like Mediterranea, Gold River, Rapide di Leonardo or Pirati Alla Deriva and wild rides like Electro Spin, Donna Cannone, Twister Mountain, or Mine Train. There are also kids’ rides like Botti Boom, Leocoaster, and Tren8West.

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Shows

There are lots of kids' shows and entertainment at Leolandia. These include Benvenuti a Leolandia, a welcome show, Il Talendo di Masha, a circus show, La Premiazione di Ladybug e Chat Noir a superhero stunt show, Favola: Viaggio Nelle Terre Lontane a fantasy dance show, La Spada di Admir, a pirate musical, and more.

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Meet Cartoon Characters

At Leolandia theme park, your children can meet their favorite cartoon characters and even take pictures with them. They include PJ Masks, Baby Shark, JJ, Masha and Orso, Leo and Mia, Ladybug and Cat Noir, Bing and Flop, and more. You can also take a ride around the park on Thomas the Tank Engine.

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Animal World

When you visit Leolandia you can explore wide green spaces and meet many animals up close. At the Educational Farm meet farm animals like cows, pigs, hens, and more. At the Aquarium, visit more than 880 aquatic species, and at the Reptile House see over 80 species of reptiles, spiders, and amphibians.

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Minitalia

At Minitalia, you can take a tour of 160 of Italy’s most beautiful monuments in miniature. These exact scale replicas include Milan’s Duomo, Saint Peter’s Basilica, and Venice’s St. Mark’s Square. There are also talking statues of famous historical Italian figures like Giulio Cesare, Mia Martini, and more.

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Food & Shopping

There are a number of restaurants and cafes that offer a variety of food, including gluten-free and vegetarian options, plus special menus for kids. There are also many shops where you can buy souvenirs, like LeoShop, Miss Daisy, T.N.T. Store, Twister Shop, and themed toys for Bing and Flop, PJ Masks, and more.

Know Before You Visit

Here is a handy guide on everything you need to know before you begin your experience at Leolandia!

Opening Hours
Getting There
Covid-19 Measures
Facilites
Accessibility
Park Rules
Food & Drinks
Accomodation
Shopping
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Leolandia is open from:

  • June-Sept: 10 AM - 6 PM, Daily
  • Oct-May: 10:30 AM - 6 PM, Fri-Mon (and special days)

Best time to visit:

  • Leolandia be visited at any time of the year. However, during the non-peak season, it is open only on certain days so you may need to check the calendar in advance.
  • The best time to visit Leolandia is at 10 AM, as soon as it opens. There are fewer visitors and the queues for the rides, attractions, and shows will be shorter. 
  • If you wish to escape the crowds, then avoid weekends, and the summer season (from June-September). In the spring and winter, the weather is not so hot, and the crowds are smaller.
leolandia Location

Address: Leolandia, Via Vittorio Veneto, 52, 24042 Capriate S. Gervasio (BG)

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Getting There

  • By Car: If you are driving to Leolandia, it is 300m from the tollgate of Capriate on the A4 Milano Venezia motorway; at the roundabout, take the first exit and turn right, towards the park entrance.
  • By Bus: From Milan, you can take the Nord Est Trasporti Z301 bus from Sesto San Giovanni or Lampugnano bus stations. From Bergamo, ride from the main bus station to the Capriate San Gervasio bus station, which is 500 meters from the park
  • By Train: The train stations closest to the park are Bergamo and Milan. From here you can either drive 20 minutes to the park or take a bus.
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  • Guests are advised to book tickets online before arriving at the park.
  • Social distancing is advised throughout the park where possible.
  • It is recommended, but not mandated, that all visitors wear masks inside the park.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are available at various points, including at all rides and restaurants.
  • Guests are advised not to visit if they have symptoms including fever, sore throat, cough, etc.
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  • Information: During park hours, you can visit the Information Office at ticket counter No.1 for guidance. 
  • Wi-Fi: Certain areas of the park offer free Wi-Fi service.
  • ATMs: ATMs are available near the LeoShop, at the park’s entrance/exit.
  • Toilets: There are clean toilets at regular intervals in the park
  • Nursing: Restrooms are provided for mothers to breastfeed or change your baby.
  • Baby Food: Restaurants like Caffè Minitalia have microwaves for warming food and baby food for sale.
  • Strollers: It is possible to rent them at the LeoShop and Perla del Mediterraneo shop, for a fee. 
  • Luggage Storage: You can drop off large bags in lockers at Promo Point, in front of the Carousel, for a fee.
  • Parking: There is paid parking for cars, motorcycles, and even an area for motorhomes. 
  • First Aid: A first aid station is available in case of need.
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  • A number of the rides at Leolandia can be accessed by guests with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities.
  • You can get reduced-price tickets for guests with special needs and for their carers.
  • Vehicles for guests with special needs that have a valid disability card are entitled to free parking with easy access to the Park.
  • Guests are requested to head to the Information Office to get the Accessibility Leomap and find the classification of rides according to different types of physical disabilities.
  • All the restrooms and restaurants are accessible by wheelchair and to people with disabilities.
  • The AccessibiliPass provides special access for guests with special needs and up to 3 family members. It can be used up to 10 times to skip the lines at attractions and shows.  
  • Guests with special needs must be accompanied by an adult, such as a parent or carer.
  • There are accessible rides for expectant mothers, such as Thomas the Tank Engine, Ruota dei Pionieri, and Mediterranea fleet.
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  • Pets are not allowed inside the park. But, there is a designated Dog Area near the ticket office where you can leave your pets while you visit the park. It is free of charge, but subject to availability. 
  • Bikes, tricycles, push scooters, skateboards, hoverboards, balls, and drones are not admitted at the park for safety reasons.
  • Access to each ride is subject to height, age, and health restrictions.
  • At some attractions, access may be forbidden to children under 3 years old, pregnant women, etc. 
  • Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • Outside food and beverages, alcohol, and glassware are not permitted in the park.
Leolandia Food

There is a wide variety restaurants and refreshment points at the park, though they are not open simultaneously:

  • Gli Sfizi is a series of food stands where you can indulge in a wide range of snacks and desserts. 
  • Serra Italia Piadina And Ice Cream: Enjoy piadina (or topped Italian flatbread) and traditional Italian gelato.
  • Dolcezze del Porto: Grabs snacks like sandwiches, doughnuts, crepes, waffles, ice cream, and more.
  • Caffè Minitalia offers breakfast options, as well as hot dishes, sandwiches, pasta, salads, croissants, and coffee throughout the day. They also have gluten-free options and baby food. 
  • Vagone Ristorante: Indulge in gourmet toasts and sandwiches in this restaurant that is in the carriages of an old train.
  • Pizzeria da Pinuccia is a pizza place that uses traditional Italian ingredients, and it has special kids’ menus 
  • La Tana Dei Trappers: Lunch like an adventurer with sausage skewers, salamella (Italian pork sausage), sandwiches, and freshly prepared chips.
  • La Bettola Di Capitan Polpetta: Enjoy juicy burgers, hot dogs, doner-kebabs, and more in this ship-themed restaurant.
  • Granitù: Get granitas, smoothies, frappes, shakes, crepes, fruits, etc.
Leolandi Accomodation

Leolandia is located in Capriate, a province of Bergamo that is close to both Bergamo and to Milan. So, there are lots of hotel options available. 

Budget:

  • B&B Orio - 2 min by car
  • Best Western Villa Appiani - 4 min by car
  • Hotel Continental - 6 min by car
  • Hotel Parigi 2 - 10 min by car

Mid Range:

  • GuglielMotel - 2 min by car
  • Palace Hotel - 4 min by car
  • Hotel Villa Zoia - 14 min by car
  • Life Hotel - 18 min by car

Luxury:

  • Al Silter - 8 min by car
  • Country Hotel Castelbarco - 10 min by car
  • Settecento - 16 min by car
  • Hotel Castello Visconteo - 22 min by car
leolandia Shopping


Here are some of the places you can shop at when visiting Leolandia:

  • The LeoShop is the main shop at the park and here can find almost everything, but some items are at the shops inside the park.
  • For your fill of tasty sweet treats visit Forziere Goloso.
  • At Grotta dei Pirati, you can find Bing and Flop themed items, and other themed souvenirs at City Super Shop, and PJ Masks Photo & Souvenir.
  • If you want more Leolandia merchandise, including toys, bags, t-shirts, and more, head to Miss Daisy, T.N.T. Store, L’Officina nel Bosco, Le Sorprese di Masha, Emporio dei Mercanti, La Perla del Mediterraneo, or Twister shop.

Visitor Tips & Guidelines

Check out these useful tips and guidelines before visiting Leolandia for a hassle-free experience!

  • Attraction Times: Remember to check the park’s and attractions’ opening hours to avoid missing out
  • Height Requirements: Check the minimum height requirements at each ride before queuing up with your children so there is no disappointment.
  • Go Early: To ensure you don’t miss any show, or character meet and greet, try to arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time.
  • Popular Rides First: Ensure to cover all the top rides at the very beginning. Katun, Divertical, and Eurowheel are some of the popular rides that you must not miss out on!
  • Protect your Belongings: Keep your personal belongings safe when going on the rides to avoid misplacing or damaging them
  • Comfortable Clothes: Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and carry a small bag with essentials like water, sunscreen, etc.
  • Get the App: Download the official map so that you can discover all the points of interest and keep up to date on the waiting times of the attractions and shows.

Frequently Asked Questions About Leolandia Theme Park

What is Leolandia Theme Park?

Leolandia is an amusement park located in Capriate, a province of Bergamo that is close to both Bergamo and Milan. It has all kinds of rides and attractions, including roller coasters, water rides, kids' play areas, and more.

Is Leolandia open post-COVID-19?

Yes, Leolandia is open for visitors to enter post- COVID-19.

Is it safe to visit Leolandia post-COVID-19?

Leolandia follows various measures to ensure public safety at all times, such as temperature checks, social distancing protocols, rigorous cleaning regulations, and more.

How much do Leolandia theme park tickets cost?

Tickets to Leolandia theme park start at €24.50.

Where is Leolandia located?

Address: Leolandia, Via Vittorio Veneto 52, 24042 Capriate S. Gervasio (BG)

Can I reach Leolandia by public transport?

Yes, you can get to Leolandia by both bus and train. If coming by train, Bergamo is the nearest railway station from the park. If opting for a bus from Milan or Bergamo, you can get to the park by taking the Nord Est Trasporti Z301 bus. It leaves from Milan’s Sesto San Giovanni or Lampugnano bus stations and from Bergamo’s main bus station.

What are the Leolandia opening hours?

Leolandia is open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM during the peak season (June-Sept) and from 10:30 AM - 6 PM on certain days for the rest of the year.

What’s the best time to visit Leolandia?

Leolandia is one of Italy's top theme parks. If you wish to visit when there are fewer crowds, avoid weekends, and the summer season (from June-September). In the spring and winter, the weather is cooler, and the crowds are smaller.

How much time do I need at Leolandia?

It is recommended to spend at least 4-5 hours to make the most out of your experience at Leolandia.

Are there lockers and storage facilities available at Leolandia?

Yes, there are storage facilities available to hire for the day but they are limited, so guests are advised to pack light and avoid carrying valuables.

Can I leave my children alone at Leolandia?

Children under the age of 12 must be supervised by an adult at all times.

Is there a parking space inside Leolandia?

Yes, there are parking spaces available for cars, motorcycles, and even motorhomes at a fee at Leolandia. However, they are limited in number.

Are food and beverages allowed into Leolandia?

Outside food, beverages, and alcohol are not permitted in the park.

What type of restaurants does Leolandia offer?

Leolandia offers a variety of restaurants serving different cuisines. From kiosks that serve ice cream and sandwiches to restaurants serving traditional Italian pizzas and pasta - you’ll find everything here.

Is there a baby room inside Leolandia?

Nursing and diaper changing areas are available at various restrooms in the park. You can purchase baby foods at Caffè Minitalia.

Are strollers and wheelchairs available inside Leolandia?

Yes, you can rent out strollers and wheelchairs from the ticket office at the entrance for a fee.

Can I get First Aid at Leolandia?

Yes. A First Aid center is set up at Leolandia. You can also ask for help from any staff member.