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What People Are Saying About Lazio

It's worth a visit, not as busy as I first feared.

We arrived at 10 the opening hour and the car park was filling quickly, the Guide code didn't get us entry into the park, we had to go to the information desk to get their version of the ticket code, it took 2 mins and we were in. It's clean and although busy it's not crazy busy. Plenty to do for all age groups but bring healthy food, junkies heaven if burgers, chips, nuggets etc are just your thing if not then melon is your staple for the day. I am not a fan of animal shows but with a 2 year old I attended it for her pleasure without the unspoken captivity sucking the life out of them thing be obvious that's for later. So it was entertaining and as an added piece of luck what turned out to be the final appearance for that show a dolphin swam straight towards and greeted my daughter to shrieks of delight through the glass face to face, he/she ( the explanation of gender during the show was in Italian duh) anyway the Dolphin stayed therefor a while making my daughters day.

Rome Zoomarine Amusement Park Entrance Ticket Reviewed by Paul, 07/25/2016

A perfect way to tour Rome, if you can handle Italian traffic...

As an Amsterdammer, not having a bike to travel in any city would be a handicap. Rome, however, is a bit of a challenge, since it has in abundance that which we generally ignore back home - topography. Hills. A 3D landscape. The musculature to negotiate these is not something I've had the opportunity to develop in 2D Netherlands. An E-bike, thus, provides that extra assistance, a push up them hills. Rome also adds another challenge that we've largely forgotten about in A'dam: motorised traffic. There are lots of cars, mopeds and motorbikes. These can be intimidating at times, but I found out that Roman drivers are not unlike a self-organising network in which each node communicates with its neighbours to produce emergent order. In other words: maintain eye contact with other drivers, take initiative in moderation, and all will be well. Staff at the shop were very friendly and nice, did not try to push any extras at us, and I will gladly return next time I visit the eternal city.

Rome On Your Own: Electric Bike Rental Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer, 10/28/2015

Chef was great and lots of fun. Waiter was not as good.

Very informative and practical experience in making pasta. The Chef was trying his very best to teach with the hope that we'll one day make a pasta plate from scratch (which we are confident to do). The meal that followed was very good. However, the waiter didn't know what we have in the pre-paid menu, end up having us ordered too much food and no room for desert. I mean, not able to eat the signature Tiramisu when it included was a pretty sad situation.


Lazio
4.9
Based on 22 reviews by GetYourGuide customers