Rainbow Magicland is a brand new park that is themed to several periods of time merged into one. While being more child-oriented, the park offers some great family rides and even a few thrillers.
Food selection is decent with a variety of interesting Italian offerings, but prices are relatively high.
Despite the low amount of shade, the park has a few indoor and water rides, offering a good escape from the heat and humidity. However, the queue switchbacks for some rides lack adequate ventalation.
Overall, the park has most everything that a theme park needs to survive. However, it would be a little more 'complete' with another major flat ride. Rainbow Magicland is good stop if you're near Rome and have the time to visit.
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