On this tour you will leave the historic tradition of the city center for some modern fun at Hydromania Water Park in Rome, the largest in Lazio!
Escape the heat of the city center to cool off at the Hydromania water park in Rome...
Only 30 minutes outside of Rome, the waterpark of Hydromania has been operating since 1995 delighting kids and adults alike. We pick you up and take you to the park where we go straight inside and skip the long ticket lines. On the way in we pick up your bracelets that can be topped up with Euro so you can avoid carrying cash with you in the park. All of your valuables can be stored in a locker either at the entry or further inside the park. We then take you to your reserved sunbeds and umbrella where you can set up your “home base” as you enjoy the park.
Your guide will then give you a brief orientation of the park before leaving you to your fun, but be assured, the guide will always be close at hand in case you need anything. With 7 pools (including a wave pool), 6 large water slides, and a couple of smaller ones for the kids, you will enjoy a wet and wild day! There is also a beach area, a stage, and a kiddie area with pools, slides and games, as well as a few snack bars throughout the park for refreshments.
Transport to and from the tour
Entry to the each site included in the tour
Expert Local Guide
Beach chair and umbrella
Towels, beach/pool shoes, sunscreen
(Additional) Food and Drink
Know Before You Go
Please check-in at the meeting point 15 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time. Tours will depart promptly at the scheduled time, and no refunds will be given for late arrivals or missed tours.
Proof of identification may be required, so please bring a valid form of photo ID for each guest.
Tours will proceed in all weather conditions, unless the site is closed by authorities for safety reasons. It is highly recommended to bring bottled water, sunscreen, hat and umbrella.
All tours operate within the current COVID-19 regulations set by the Italian Government.
Wear comfortable walking shoes and be sure to dress warmly in colder temperatures, and bring a cover for bare shoulders inside any churches in the warmer months.