Canevaworld

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Location

Lake Garda
Italy
45° 28' 42.2688" N, 10° 43' 34.9212" E
IT
General info: 

Europe’s first water theme park, Canevaworld boasts a Caribbean island setting, with music, tropical plants, beaches with white sand and the chance to take a dip into the lagoons, or enjoy winding water slides and waterfalls.

Caneva Aquapark is a nice place to cool off on hot summer days, while enjoying the thrills of the waterslides and other attractions.
The Canevaworld Resort also has a movie park with attractions related to different movies. The resort is divided into four main themes:
• Aqua Paradise Park
• Medieval Times
• Movie Studios Park
• Rock Star Cafè

Getting there: 

CAR
Along the highway A4 Milan-Venice, take the Peschiera del Garda exit and follow signs for Movieland Park. On the highway A22 Modena-Brenner, take the Affi exit, then follow signs for Movieland Park.

TRAIN
Movieland Park is 5 km from the Peschiera del Garda railway station Throughout the season, there is a free shuttle service from Peschiera railway station, to the parks. To check train times, visit www.trenitalia.com

Costs: 

Entrance fees:
Standard: 25€
Less than 140cm: 19€
Less than 100cm: Free

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