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Gardaland, Verona | Tourist Information


Castelnuovo del Garda
Verona, Italy

+390456449777

Il Parco Divertimenti più visitato d'Italia.

Amusement and Theme Park Near Gardaland

Gardaland Il Mondo Della Magia
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
castelnuovo del garda
Verona, 37014

045 644 9777

Gardaland Il Mondo Della Magia
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
castelnuovo del garda
Verona, 37014

045 644 9777

"Gardaland.
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
via ronchi, castelnuovo del garda
Castelnuovo di Verona, 37014

045 64 49 777

GARDALAND è il parco divertimenti più grande e famoso d'Italia

"Gardaland.
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
via ronchi, castelnuovo del garda
Castelnuovo di Verona, 37014

045 64 49 777

GARDALAND è il parco divertimenti più grande e famoso d'Italia

Gardaland Sealife Aquarium
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Via Staffalo
Peschiera del Garda, 25019

Gardaland Sealife Aquarium
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Via Staffalo
Peschiera del Garda, 25019

Gardaland Parco Divertimento
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
mappa
Lazise,

Gardaland Parco Divertimenti
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Via Derna, 4, 37014 Castelnuovo del Garda VR
Verona, 31044

045 64 49 777

Blue Tornado
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Via Derna, 4 - 37014 CASTELNUOVO DEL GARDA (VR)
Lazise, 37014

Blue Tornado is a steel inverted roller coaster at Gardaland, Castelnuovo del Garda, outside Verona, Italy. It is an extended standard model, with additional helix, of the Suspended Looping Coaster manufactured by Vekoma. The ride's highest force is at 4.5G's during the sidewinder inversion. A model Panavia Tornado fighter jet is seen on top of the station for decorative purposes.Accidents and incidentsIn August 1999, a 17-year-old boy from Treviso, Italy died of a heart attack while riding the roller coaster. It was later proven that the boy suffered a life heart disease.On May 10, 2001, a 15-year-old boy from Germany also died of a heart attack while on the ride. The 15-year-old suffered from a lifelong heart condition and according to reports, ignored advice from friends and signs not to board the ride if suffering from a heart condition.

Blue Tornado
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Via Derna, 4 - 37014 CASTELNUOVO DEL GARDA (VR)
Lazise, 37014

Blue Tornado is a steel inverted roller coaster at Gardaland, Castelnuovo del Garda, outside Verona, Italy. It is an extended standard model, with additional helix, of the Suspended Looping Coaster manufactured by Vekoma. The ride's highest force is at 4.5G's during the sidewinder inversion. A model Panavia Tornado fighter jet is seen on top of the station for decorative purposes.Accidents and incidentsIn August 1999, a 17-year-old boy from Treviso, Italy died of a heart attack while riding the roller coaster. It was later proven that the boy suffered a life heart disease.On May 10, 2001, a 15-year-old boy from Germany also died of a heart attack while on the ride. The 15-year-old suffered from a lifelong heart condition and according to reports, ignored advice from friends and signs not to board the ride if suffering from a heart condition.

Raptor (Gardaland)
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Gardaland
Castelnuovo, 37014

Raptor is a steel roller coaster at the Gardaland amusement park in Lake Garda, Italy. The ride is a prototype Wing Coaster design by Swiss roller coaster manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard. Raptor opened to the public on April 1, 2011. The ride begins from an underground station and features two water splash elements. The layout features several roll overs. The trains hang over the track like X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain but do not spin.Ride experienceAfter departing from the underground station, the train makes a left turn into the lift hill. After reaching the top of the 108.3ft lift, the train drops back to the ground before making a sharp left over-banked turn. The train then enters a corkscrew followed by a slight upward left turn. Next, the train goes back down slightly, also going through a set of trim brakes. The train then makes another sharp left turn leading into a 55.8ft zero-gravity-roll. After a sharp left turn, and right turn, the train enters a 32.8ft inline twist, going through the supports of the track, a fake tree and a steel rectangle. The train then makes a left turn into the final brake run where the train then enters the station and the next riders board.

Raptor (Gardaland)
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Gardaland
Castelnuovo, 37014

Raptor is a steel roller coaster at the Gardaland amusement park in Lake Garda, Italy. The ride is a prototype Wing Coaster design by Swiss roller coaster manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard. Raptor opened to the public on April 1, 2011. The ride begins from an underground station and features two water splash elements. The layout features several roll overs. The trains hang over the track like X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain but do not spin.Ride experienceAfter departing from the underground station, the train makes a left turn into the lift hill. After reaching the top of the 108.3ft lift, the train drops back to the ground before making a sharp left over-banked turn. The train then enters a corkscrew followed by a slight upward left turn. Next, the train goes back down slightly, also going through a set of trim brakes. The train then makes another sharp left turn leading into a 55.8ft zero-gravity-roll. After a sharp left turn, and right turn, the train enters a 32.8ft inline twist, going through the supports of the track, a fake tree and a steel rectangle. The train then makes a left turn into the final brake run where the train then enters the station and the next riders board.

Gardaland Colorado Boat
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Via Derna 4
Lazise,

Oblivion Gardaland
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Gardaland Park
Lazise,

Oblivion Gardaland
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Gardaland Park
Lazise,

Oblivion: The Black Hole
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Gardaland
Lazise,

Oblivion: The Black Hole is a steel roller coaster at Gardaland amusement park in Lake Garda, Italy. The ride is one of many Dive Coaster models to be manufactured by Swiss roller coaster manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard. Since its opening, it became the first vertical drop roller coaster in Italy. The ride is considered the 'sister' to the iconic Oblivion roller coaster at the also Merlin owned Alton Towers.MarketingThe theming and marketing campaign of the ride feature many similarities to Oblivion, the world's first vertical drop roller coaster situated at fellow Merlin Entertainments park, Alton Towers Resort. The ride also shares the same 'ultimate rollercoaster' slogan that was used originally for Thirteen also at Alton Towers Resort.Ride ExperienceAfter climbing to the top of the lift hill, the train begins turning to the left before being suspended over a vertical drop on a holding brake. After a few seconds, the train is released and plummets down the vertical drop into a subterranean tunnel. After levelling out and ascending back out from the tunnel, the train flips through an immelmann and over an airtime hill, before navigating a 270° helix. Proceeding from the helix, the train passes through a heartline roll before entering the brake section and returning to the station.

Oblivion: The Black Hole
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Gardaland
Lazise,

Oblivion: The Black Hole is a steel roller coaster at Gardaland amusement park in Lake Garda, Italy. The ride is one of many Dive Coaster models to be manufactured by Swiss roller coaster manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard. Since its opening, it became the first vertical drop roller coaster in Italy. The ride is considered the 'sister' to the iconic Oblivion roller coaster at the also Merlin owned Alton Towers.MarketingThe theming and marketing campaign of the ride feature many similarities to Oblivion, the world's first vertical drop roller coaster situated at fellow Merlin Entertainments park, Alton Towers Resort. The ride also shares the same 'ultimate rollercoaster' slogan that was used originally for Thirteen also at Alton Towers Resort.Ride ExperienceAfter climbing to the top of the lift hill, the train begins turning to the left before being suspended over a vertical drop on a holding brake. After a few seconds, the train is released and plummets down the vertical drop into a subterranean tunnel. After levelling out and ascending back out from the tunnel, the train flips through an immelmann and over an airtime hill, before navigating a 270° helix. Proceeding from the helix, the train passes through a heartline roll before entering the brake section and returning to the station.