This is the biggest and best-equipped aquatic park in Lazio. It has rivers for rafting, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, ... More
This is the biggest and best-equipped aquatic park in Lazio. It has rivers for rafting, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, amazing slides to ride in a rubber dinghy or on your own, a Jacuzzi, a huge wave machine, water-slides and small swimming pools for younger children. There is a large garage, a restaurant, a games room and a disco. So for that fun-filled holiday with family and friends, just head to Aquapiper.
It was a great place for a fun day out, myself and my husband went here after seeing an advert and reading the above information on this site (thank you all very much it was very helpful). The slides are great here, a tiny bit bumpy so try and cover most of your back with a swimming costume if possible. We would definitely recommend and return there if we were in Rome again.
Few things to note: The free coach stops where the tour buses stop outside P.Republica at 30 past each hr in the morning-check further details on actual website . The driver of the coach should issue a ticket with a number to each person which you must keep in order to get priority if you wish to get a ride back. when you are dropped of at Aquapiper look around to your right to find a ticket selling booth and get your tickets for 16 Euros each, if you have the 2 for 1 voucher even better! DO NOT go straight to the staff standing in front of the park gates as they will take you in for apparently a guided tour and then claim that the cost is somewhat what they would like to charge you. (Our theory was that they wanted to take more money off us then necessary and purchase the tickets for us so that they could keep the remaining money, they asked for 20 Euros, but soon realized that we knew more than they anticipated).
When leaving the park the coaches will indeed take you back at 6 and 7pm, Ensure you get there nice and early, we left at 5.30pm and just managed to get places only because we had kept our tickets issued to us on the journey to the park.
Really hope the review helps!
I have been in Aquapiper now for three times. It is the best water-park in Rome I think. It is a bit out of rome but there is a bus starting at Piazza Republica which drives you to Aquapiper for free, and also back. The entrence costs 16€ but if you are with 2 persons you can have a card with which two persons can enter for the price of one. (nearly everyone uses such a ticket) And with 8€ it is very cheap, you have some waterpipes, many swimmingpools and also sth. to sit and lay on. But at weekend you should be there in the early morning, otherwise there is no space to lay on anymore.
But all in all (if you have visitied all in rome and want to have fun) Aquapiper is very good!
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