‹ Not just the sea - What to see


It is one of the most famous amusement parks in Europe. Within its 700.000 m sq of parkland visitors can enjoy 6 theme areas, 37 attractions, 8 shows, 14 bars and restaurants and 10 shops. It is located 40km South of the Lidos and offers and experience not to be missed.Tickets can be bought in the travel agencies or from authorised sellers. Brochures and information are given in our offices.



This park covers and area that reaches from the province of Rovigo to Ravenna. The park is formed by the Po Delta and the surrounding marshlands. The Lidos of Commachio are at the heart of the park. The marshes, pine forests and animal life come together to create a natural Oasis in an area where trade and industry are of great importance.
The Delta park is accessible along numerous tourist,bike paths or on small boats that go up and down the various Po tributaries. The information regarding these is available in our agencies and or at the tourist information offices you will be given a more detailed description and explanation of the timetables and docking points, as well as brochures.



These places are can be visited by car or on organised coach trips with guide. Information, booking and programs can be obtained from our offices.


There are other towns apart from Ferrara, Ravenna and Comacchio that are worth a visit, especially on those days when the weather is not very good.

For example:


Bologna is an hours trip by car from the Lidos. It is a historical, University city full of art and culture and life. It is this last aspect that you notice the most whilst wandering through the cool galleries that run alongside the main roads of the centre, or sitting in a bar or trattoria tasting the many delicacies offered by this city. Bologna has all the characteristics of a large city without losing its personality.


Faenza is famous for the production of ceramic wares. It is full of buildings that date back to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, for example Piazza Saffi, The cathedral, the Picture gallery and the Museum of Ceramics.


Brisighella boasts a rock that dates back to the fourteenth century, which is home to the Museum of Art. There are many sights to visit such as the clock tower and the "via degli asini"(literally translated as the donkey's road" a characteristic, uplifted, road that was built for the transport of chalk from the nearby caves.The medieval costume festivals, held in July, are events not to be missed and its excellant restaurants are also worth a visit.


This city is well known for its quality of life. It is the home of the Dino Ferrari car racing circuit that hosts the San Marino, Formula 1 Grand prix. The centre of the town is dotted with buildings that date back to the Renaissance and the "Rocca" dates back to the thirteenth century. The diocesan museum , the art gallery and the culinary .... of the town make it too well worth a visit.

Lido di Spina: +39 0533 33.01.13
Lido delle Nazioni: +39 0533 37.95.85
Lido degli Estensi: +39 0533 32.74.85

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