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Piccolo Mondo Pisa

  • PICCOLO MONDO

    Located near Pisa is the amusement park Piccolo Mondo created by the Fornaciai family who have a history of providing amusement rides for children. It boasts of having the highest slide in Tuscany!
    The park is open during the summer months:
    May - June - July - August - September: daily
    October - April: closed Monday
    November - March: closed Monday and Tuesday. 
    There is free parking and free entrance – but you pay for each ride/activity you do.
    Location: Near to Pisa
    Website: http://www.piccolomondo.it/ 

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