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Leolandia is one of the top kids’ theme parks in Italy, with dozens of exciting rides and attractions.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Here is a handy guide on everything you need to know before you begin your experience at Leolandia!
Leolandia is open from:
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Address: Leolandia, Via Vittorio Veneto, 52, 24042 Capriate S. Gervasio (BG)
There is a wide variety restaurants and refreshment points at the park, though they are not open simultaneously:
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.
Here are some of the places you can shop at when visiting Leolandia:
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.
Yes, Leolandia is open for visitors to enter 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.
Tickets to Leolandia theme park start at €24.50.
Address: Leolandia, Via Vittorio Veneto 52, 24042 Capriate S. Gervasio (BG)
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.
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.
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.
It is recommended to spend at least 4-5 hours to make the most out of your experience 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.
Children under the age of 12 must be supervised by an adult at all times.
Yes, there are parking spaces available for cars, motorcycles, and even motorhomes at a fee at Leolandia. However, they are limited in number.
Outside food, beverages, and alcohol are not permitted in the park.
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.
Nursing and diaper changing areas are available at various restrooms in the park. You can purchase baby foods at Caffè Minitalia.
Yes, you can rent out strollers and wheelchairs from the ticket office at the entrance for a fee.
Yes. A First Aid center is set up at Leolandia. You can also ask for help from any staff member.