Not far from the Adriatic beaches of Rimini is Fiabilandia, a large Italian amusement park with lots of rides and attractions for all ages.
Opened in 1965, Fiabilandia is one of the country's oldest theme parks, and it has evolved and changed over the decades. Today, Fiabilandia is centered on Lake Bernardo and features a large Wild West-themed area. There are many amusement park rides – including roller coasters and water rides – and a section loosely called the “Medieval” area, with an attraction called Merlin's Castle.
While there are family-friendly attractions and activities designed to appeal to children of all ages, Fiabilandia is particularly geared toward a younger audience – the roller coasters aren't especially scary, for instance. There are some areas specifically for the youngest members of the family, such as the Valley of Gnomes and Magic Village. There is also a 4D Cinema facility and live shows of “The Little Mermaid” and “Buffalo Bill” staged at the park.
Tickets to Fiabilandia include all the attractions and rides, except for the 4D Cinema, for which there is a small extra cost.