All the history of Rome can be a lot to take in so on this tour you will be taking a break and visiting the Lunapark in the beautiful neighbourhood of EUR. While this Park is great fun for the whole family the park is aimed towards kids 12 and under.
Lunapark in Eur is the oldest theme park in Italy...
dating all the way back to 1953. In the beginning the rides were set up for the Agricultural Fair of 1953 but it wasn’t until the Olympic Games were held in Rome in 1960 that they decided to open year-round. Nowadays Luneur Park is a secret garden surrounded by greenery, a theme park dedicated to children from 0-12 years old and their families.
Boasting over 24 different attractions, including roller coasters, merry-go-rounds, playgrounds, adventure courses, photo booths, slides and even a big wheel, the park has everything needed for kids and the young at heart. The new Splash Zone water park was opened in LunEur in 2019. With waterslides and a beach area, it’s the perfect escape from the heat of Rome, and in winter it is converted to an ice rink for all season fun! We drive you to the park and provide your tickets as well as a guide to orient you to the park. Your guide will then leave you to enjoy your fun-filled day, but don’t worry, they will remain close by in the park in case you need anything.
Transport to and from the tour
Entry to the each site included in the tour
Expert Local Guide
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.