Find out what's new for the 2023 season at the Gardaland theme park!
Lake Garda and Gardaland are inseparably connected! Renowned as one of the best amusement parks in Europe, Gardaland is a real fun factor for the entire family - just a stone's throw from Lake Garda, in Castelnuovo del Garda.
The park offers numerous attractions, ranging from thrilling roller coasters to great classics such as the horse ride or the panoramic monorail. The attractions are divided into categories (Fantasy, Adventure and Adrenaline), and they are differentiated according to height and age, allowing young and old to find a suitable ride.
The park is accessible to all types of visitors and boasts various themed areas and all kinds of services, from shops to picnic areas, restaurants and self-services, to entertainment and show areas.
Visitors with toddlers may use the parent-child area in the Fantasy Kingdom where parents can find a nursery with a changing room, bottle warmers, vending machines with various products and a room with high chairs and tables to ensure a peaceful feeding time.
The park will be open from 25 March to 5 November. It is most convenient to buy tickets online, where the full price of a day ticket is €44.00 and the reduced one €39.00.
Children under one metre of height and non-self-sufficient people with disability enter for free.
Dogs are allowed in the park, but must be kept on a leash and, if of larger size, they must also wear a muzzle. They are not allowed on the rides, in the theatres or restaurants.
Gardaland boasts a huge car park. Furthermore, you can make use of a free shuttle that runs between the Peschiera del Garda railway station and the amusement park. And if you're tired at the end of the day, you can get on board a beautiful, electric mini railway that brings you to the car park for free.
Every year Gardaland comes up with exciting news. In 2021, it was the opening of the first LEGOLAND® Water Park in Europe. Last year, it was Jumanji – the Adventure.
This year is also all about the famous Sony Pictures’ box office hit: Jumanji – the Labyrinth, a thrilling adventure to be experienced in the heart of Gardaland, where visitors can fully immerse themselves into the adventure and become protagonists of their own personal experience in the labyrinth.
More than 2,000 Mediterranean plants and 30 species create a wild labyrinth that forms the backdrop for the heroes’ adventures. The complex trail is made up of broadleaved trees, bushes, palms and tree ferns, and courageous visitors have to cope with detours, junctions, dead ends and surprising effects.
Thanks to the Acanthus mollis and the Bletilla striata, with their white flowers with contrasting shades of pink and purple, the labyrinth is a colourful feast for the eyes and enchants visitors of all ages.
The labyrinth is even more impressive due to the imposing height of the plants chosen for the brand-new multisensory adventure based on the popular Pictures Entertainment film series.