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VeronaGardaland Park

Gardaland | Italy's Largest Amusement Park

There are few places in this world where fantasy meets reality, and Gardaland is one of them. With over 40 thrilling rides and attractions, the amusement park in Verona, Italy, lets you experience magic and mystery like never before. From the excitement of Jumanji and Blue Tornado to the family-friendly fun of Peppa Pig Land, Gardaland guarantees never-ending fun for all ages. Watch seasonal shows, go on a wild roller coaster ride, meet your favorite cartoon characters, indulge in holiday-themed snacks and more!

Things to know before booking Gardaland tickets

  • Access to Gardaland park: A basic entry ticket grants access only to Gardaland. With this ticket, you can visit its rides and attractions as many times as you like, no cap! 
  • Access to SEA LIFE and Legoland: Tickets to Gardaland do not include entry to SEA LIFE and Legoland Water Park. There is also no individual ticket to just SEA LIFE or Legoland — since these attractions are within Gardaland, you must buy Gardaland tickets and purchase SEA LIFE or Legoland tickets as add-ons.
  • Special events: If you’re up for some festive fun, consider booking Gardaland tickets between October and January. There are special events to enthrall you like Halloween Party and Gardaland Magic Winter.
  • City pass combo: If you're planning to extend your stay in Verona, consider getting the combo tickets along with the Verona Card. With these tickets, you'll have access to Gardaland Park and priority access to Verona Arena, along with free entry to 15 attractions and discounted entry to 4 others.
  • Fast-track pass: Gardaland Express, also known as the fast-track pass, allows you to access the designated rides and attractions with a reduced waiting time. If you’re someone who hates long queues or is short of time, this is a great opportunity for you to consider.
  • Age restrictions: Legoland Water Park is strictly for minors below 18. Children below 14 years must be accompanied by two adults (maximum). Adults won’t be allowed in without a valid ID.

Your Gardaland ticket types explained

Standard entry tickets

  • This ticket includes admission to Gardaland Park for one day.
  • You also have an option for a two-day admission to Gardaland Park and optional admission to SEA LIFE.
  • You receive unlimited access to all attractions and shows throughout the day.
  • You can enter anytime between operating hours, from 10 am to 6 pm.

Price: Starting from €39

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Aquarium access

  • This ticket includes entry to SEA LIFE Aquarium
  • You can access to the Ocean Room
  • Enjoy walking through an underwater tunnel surrounded by sharks, rays, and other fascinating marine creatures.
  • Get hands-on experience with sea creatures like starfish, crabs, jellyfish, seahorses and more.
  • You receive optional access to Gardaland Park 

Price: Starting from €9

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Combo tickets

  • All combo tickets come with entry tickets to Gardaland Park
  • If you opt for the combo ticket with Verona card, you can enter Verona Arena on priority, access ATV free bus travel, free entry to 15 attractions and reduced entry to 4 attractions.
  • The Hop-on Hop-off tickets provide audio guide in 12 languages, assistance on board and access to the sightseeing experience app.
  • You can also check out the combo tickets which include access to Parco Giardino Sigurtà, Parco Natura Viva and Parco Cavour Water Park if these are places you are interested in exploring.

Price: Starting from €60.80

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Know before you go to Gardaland

Gardaland Park
Gardaland Location
  • A number of the rides and attractions can be accessed by guests with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities.
  • Guests are requested to head to the WELCOME DESK (the office is located to the right of the Park's main entrance) where they can receive the Park Guide and learn about the accessibility in the park.
  • There are demarcated areas for guests with disabilities to easily view all the shows.
  • The Gardaland car park has spaces reserved for guests with disabilities.
  • The park allows entry for trained service dogs.
  • For safety reasons, visitors with reduced mobility, visually impaired or blind, or with cognitive impairment, must be accompanied by another adult.
Gardaland Park Facilities
  • During park hours, you can keep your belongings at the "Welcome" Information Office at the Ticket Office Area or at the "West" Information Office in the West Village
  • The entire park offers a convenient and free Wi-Fi service.
  • A nursery is located in the Fantasy Kingdom area. The facility is equipped with nursing rooms, a nappy-changing area, high chairs, bottle warmers, and vending machines for various products.
  • You can rent out a stroller "Welcome" Information Office of the Ticket Office Area or "West" Information Office of the West Village for a fee of €5 per day. 
  • Water dispensers to drink and fill bottles are stationed at various locations. 
  • A first aid medical service is available inside the Park during all opening hours.
  • Magic Winter: Usually held from November to January, Magic Winter transforms Gardaland into a winter haven with Christmas decorations, lights, and special winter-themed entertainment.
  • Halloween: During the Halloween season, usually in October, Gardaland hosts spooky events with haunted houses, scary attractions, and Halloween-themed shows.
  • Oktoberfest: Celebrated in September and October, Gardaland's Oktoberfest brings a taste of Bavaria to the park with traditional German food, beer, music, and entertainment.
  • Night is Magic: Throughout the summer, Gardaland hosts special nighttime events with extended opening hours, fireworks, and entertainment so that people can experience it in a unique nocturnal setting.
  • Reach Early: Arriving at 10am would be the perfect time to visit if you wish to escape the long queues.
  • Begin from the back: Try and cover the rides at the end of the park before moving to the first few rides to beat the crowd.
  • Popular rides: Ensure to cover all the top rides like Jumanji - The Adventure, Blue Tornado, Fuga da Atlantide, and Mammut.
  • Protect pour phone: Take along a waterproof pouch to safeguard your smartphone on the water rides. 
  • Time needed: Half a day is the minimum time needed for you to visit at least the main attractions of the park.
  • Get the app: Download the official app so that you can discover all the points of interest and keep up to date on the waiting times of the attractions and shows.
  • Spare clothing: Carry a change of attire if you intend get on the water rides.
Gardaland Park Rules
Gardaland Park Food & Drink

There are a number of restaurants and bars that offer gluten-free and vegetarian options, as well as special menus for kids. Most are also accessible to people with disabilities.

  • Hacienda Miguel: If you want a proper meal try out Hacienda Miguel and enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine.
  • Blue Tornado: Everything is fast at Gardaland, including its food! Gorge on staple fast food like burgers at Blue Tornado.
  • Focacceria Western: Take a break from all the fun to grab some quick focaccia, crepes and pizzas at Focacceria Western.
  • Chiosco Beerhouse: For some alcoholic beverages with your fish and chips, head over to Chiosco Beerhouse.
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Frequently asked questions about Gardaland tickets

How much is a ticket to Gardaland Theme Park?

Entry to just the Gardaland Amusement Park starts at €39.5. Prices for combo tickets that include entry to SEA LIFE Aquariam, LEGOLAND® Water Park, and other attractions in Verona vary according to the ticket type.

How do I book tickets to Gardaland?

Booking online is highly recommended so you can avoid long queues at the ticketing office. Further, booking online also gives you the option of buying combo tickets to attractions within Gardaland resort like SEA LIFE Aquarium and LEGOLAND® Water Park, as well as wider attractions in Verona like Parco Sigurtà or the Verona Arena.

Why should I book Gardaland tickets online?
  • Discounts: Purchasing tickets online can sometimes offer discounts that are otherwise not available at the ticketing office.
  • Saves time: Online booking also helps you avoid long ticketing queues, especially during peak season.
  • Combo tickets: Visits to nearby attractions can be combined with a single ticket when booked online.
What do Gardaland tickets include?

A standard Gardaland ticket includes entry just to the amusement park. Combo tickets, if availed, also afford entry to SEA LIFE Aquarium, LEGOLAND® Water Park and other Verona attractions like Parco Cavour.

Are discounts available on Gardaland tickets?

Children under the height of 1 m can enter the park for free. Guests with disabilities can enter free of charge and their companions can avail reduced entry tickets. Further, tour agents (a maximum of 4 per agency) as well as people who are clearly pregnant can also avail reduced entry tickets.

What is the cancelation policy for Gardaland tickets?

Tickets, once cancelled, will not be refunded. Further, due to unforeseen events like rain, power failure, discontinuation of rides, etc. the tickets will not be refunded or rescheduled for use at a later date.

Is the access to SEA LIFE included in my ticket?

Your standard tickets won't provide access to SEA LIFE Aquarium, but if you'd like to visit the aquarium along with Gardaland, you can opt for the Gardaland SEA LIFE Aquarium tickets.

Do I need to book tickets for shows and attractions separately?

No, admission to shows and attractions is included in the Gardaland ticket price.