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Gardaland Park FAQs

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At Gardaland Park, even 4-legged friends can enjoy their great adventure! Dogs must be kept on a leash and, if large, must also wear a muzzle. Animals cannot climb on the rides or access the shows; in the restaurants, they are welcome in the designated areas as indicated by our staff.

To check which rides are indicated for guests with special needs, we invite you to consult the "Useful Information" section: under "Guests with disabilities" you can find information on the most suitable rides for each form of disability. Guests with disabilities may use a Park Guide specifically suited to their needs, which can be collected from the Welcome Desk at the Castle.

For expectant mothers, we recommend spending the day at the Park as a pleasant moment for outdoor leisure in the countryside, using only those rides permitted by our safety restrictions and in moderation visible at the entrance to the ride itself.

Yes, to check the height limits of each ride, we invite you to consult the "Useful Services" section under "Rides Restrictions", as well as the info notes of each ride.

Please note that height restrictions are also displayed at the entrance to the ride itself. Our staff is always available and attentive to the safety of our youngest visitors.

Yes, we offer travel agents a discounted rate for visiting Gardaland Park. The offer is valid for a maximum of 4 people per agency. It is necessary to communicate the names and day of arrival on the agency's letterhead, by sending an e-mail to (scanning the letterhead). The request must be received at least 3 working days before your arrival.

We will then send you the voucher to be handed in at the central ticket offices of the Park, upon your arrival.

People with disabilities who are not self-sufficient (guests in wheelchairs, guests with behavioural and/or intellectual disabilities, with Down’s syndrome, or blindness - i.e., all those who cannot enjoy our rides and attractions autonomously) enter free of charge. On the other hand, people with disabilities who are self-sufficient (i.e., people who can enjoy the Park's attractions and rides without assistance) pay the special rate, AVAILABLE ONLY at the WELCOME DESK office (there are no discounts on season tickets and/or memberships), and there are no discounts for any companion. The companion of a guest with a disability who requires assistance is always entitled to a reduced fare ticket.

Entrance tickets to Gardaland Park include the use of all available rides and participation in all shows.
LEGOLAND® Water Park is located inside Gardaland theme park, and admission is granted only with the purchase of a combo ticket for Gardaland Park and LEGOLAND® Water Park. Any park ticket can be upgraded to include entry into LEGOLAND® Water Park: simply pay a supplementary fee at the ticket offices or inside Gardaland Park.

Yes, buy your ticket to Gardaland Park by using this link!
You can pay by Visa Credit Card, Mastercard, American Express and PayPal.

For detailed information on group savings and booking methods, we invite you to consult the "Tickets" section under “Gardaland Park - Groups & Schools”.

A reduced rate ticket is reserved for women who are clearly pregnant.

Season passes allow you unlimited admission and many exclusive benefits! For detailed information on season passes and how to purchase them, we invite you to consult the "Tickets" section under “Season Passes”.

For detailed information on the type and cost of admission tickets, we invite you to consult the "Tickets" section under "Gardaland Park".

By car:
- A4 Milan-Venice Motorway: coming from Milan, exit Peschiera del Garda; coming from Venice, exit Peschiera del Garda or Sommacampagna (the latter is recommended in the summer season).
- A22 Brenner Modena Motorway: coming from Modena, before Verona Nord take the junction with the A4 motorway in the direction of Milan, then exit at Peschiera del Garda. Coming from Brenner, exit at Affi, then take dual carriageway for Peschiera del Garda.
By train:
Gardaland Park is located only 2 km from the Peschiera del Garda railway station, on the Milan-Venice route.
A free and regular shuttle bus service runs from the station to the Park and back.

Peschiera del Garda railway station is connected to Gardaland by a free shuttle bus (round-trip) on days when the Park is open.

The free shuttle bus service from Peschiera del Garda railway station to the Park runs every 30 minutes on each open day of Gardaland Park (first run 30 min before opening time - last run 30 min after closing time of the Park).
The route takes about 5 minutes.

To find out the weather conditions of the coming days, call and follow the vocal guide: our operators will be at your disposal!
Alternatively, we recommend you consult the weather reports of Arpa Veneto at this page:

The car park opens one hour before the Park opens.
Please note that car park opening hours may change for organisational reasons.

Gardaland Park ticket offices close 2 hours before the Park closes.

To enter and exit the Park several times on the same day, you must go to the entrance/exit turnstiles and request a “pass stamp”.

Yes! To stay up-to-date on the calendar and opening hours, visit regularly the “Useful Information” section of our website under “Calendar - Gardaland Park”.

For detailed information regarding the opening days and hours of Gardaland Park, we invite you to consult the “Useful Information” section of our website under “Calendar”.

Overnight parking in the Gardaland car park is not allowed beyond the Park's closing time. However, we remind you that there are many places in the surrounding area suitable for campervan parking. For more information, please contact the Tourist Office on (0039) 045 75.51.673.

The cost of parking is €6.00 per day for cars and campervans; motorcycle and bus parking is free.

For detailed information on the Park's refreshment facilities and their food and beverage proposals, please visit the "Explore Gardaland" section under "Restaurants & Shops".

Gardaland Park offers menus designed and created specifically for celiacs. All dishes are carefully prepared by a specialised company that collaborates with our Park, and are stored in sealed containers protected from possible contamination. The Gluten-Free Kiosk also offers a range of gluten-free products.

Located in the Fantasy Kingdom area, the nursery offers everything parents and children need. It consists of a food area equipped with high chairs, bottle warmer and vending machine for various products, and a nappy-changing area with reserved booths and changing tables.

Travel light around the Park! Leave your luggage at the "Welcome" Information Office at the Ticket Office Area or at the "West" Information Office in the West Village. One word of warning: luggage must not contain food or drink. The service is subject to a fee.

At Gardaland Park, parents with children under 110 cm tall (to be checked on-site) can use a stroller rental service. Strollers can be collected from the "Welcome" Information Office in the Ticket Office or "West” Information Office in the West Village. The service is subject to a fee of €5 per day. We remind you that in order to use this service you will be asked to present your ID.

All strollers are branded Inglesina, official partner of Gardaland Resort.

Travel light around the Park! Leave your helmet at the "Welcome" Information Office at the Ticket Office Area or at the "West" Information Office in the West Village. The service is subject to a fee.