Romagna for kids

Logo CC

This itinerary could be the perfect birthday present and much more. We all know that there doesn’t have to necessarily be a special occasion to organise fun moments for kids.
“Romagna for kids” guarantees not just exciting but unforgettable moments!

  • Duration
    72 hours
  • Interests
    Riviera
  • Target
    Family
  • First stop Cattolica

    This itinerary starts in Cattolica, the queen of the Adriatic and a “factory” of endless activities for the entire family.
    The first day is dedicated to the Le Navi Aquarium where you can walk among the 100 amazing tanks that host tropical fish, piranhas and sharks, jellyfish, penguins, otters and turtles.
    A trip to learn more about the wonders of the marine world, its history and the importance of safeguarding it.

    Let’s not forget that Cattolica has been awarded the Blue Flag several times, not only for the quality of its waters but also for how welcoming it is to its visitors.
    So, after having studied the fish that inhabit it, what better way to spend the rest of the day than going to the sea? The beaches in Cattolica, kept very clean and equipped, are like a carpet of very fine sand with games, tracks, castles and jumping castles, ideal for kids to play in.

  • Second stop Rimini

    The second day involves a drive to Rimini, or better yet, towards one of its most famous attractions in Italy. Did you say Italy? Just the perfect word for this second and very fun attraction: Italy in Miniature!

    Here you’ll find 270 miniature reproductions of monuments, buildings and historic sites. You can visit the Peninsula as if you were Gulliver on the island of Lilliput and seriously walk from the Alps to Sicily, among architectural and artistic beauties like the Mole Antonelliana in Turin, the Arena in Verona, the Duomo in Milan, the Tower of Pisa and St. Peter’s Basilica. And this is just the beginning!
    There are also hints of Europe in miniature where, with just a few steps, you can go from Paris to London, then Denmark, Germany, and all the way down to Greece, Spain and Portugal.

    Now that you’ve had a look at the world from on top, it’s time to get your adrenaline going by hopping onto the tree trunk of the old sawmills and rushing down the river rapids and later experience the emotions of ziplining over treetops or going from one place to the other on lianas and Tibetan bridges in the Adventure Park.

  • Third stop Savio-Mirabilandia

    Day three will take you to one of two amusement parks: Mirabilandia or Fiabilandia depending on your children’s tastes and ages.

    The first theme park requires little introduction. It is the biggest in Italy and it is perfect for those who want to feel strong emotions and live a thousand adventures. Among the theme areas like the prehistoric and wild west settings where you can relive past eras, or live shows and thrill-seeking attractions, there is also some space dedicated to the Ducati World, an area totally devoted to Borgo Panigale’s two wheelers.

    Fiabilandia, instead, is an oasis with fantasy and fun, close to the sea between Rimini and Riccione. This theme park is dedicated to fairy tale magic where tales and spells come to life, in the company of the characters that live in the imaginations of little children.

    Are you ready for 72 hours of fun and adventure?

Last update 12/02/2020

INFORMATION OFFICES

Via Mancini C. 47841 Cattolica (Cattolica)
0541 966697 0541 966793 0541 966793 web.email Opening: annuale
Piazzale Battisti 47921 Rimini (RN)
0541 51331 web.email 0541 53399 web.email Opening: annuale
Viale F.lli Vivaldi, 51 48125 Viale dei Lombardi (RA)
0544 939278 0544 939278 0544 939278 web.email Opening: Stagionale