If you enjoy a relaxing day out wandering through parks then visit Parco Preistorico. It's a huge park where lots of fossils have been found and life size models of prehistoric animals have been created - what it would have been like standing next to a T-Rex?
Lamporecchio, Tuscany, Central Italy & ElbaSite code: IN016
- Vinci : 11km
- Arezzo : 124km
- Florence. : 47km
- Siena. : 121km
- San Gimignano. : 51km
- Monteriggioni : 67km
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Pistoia Zoo is committed to conservation and raising awareness of threatened species and is home to over 600 animals including bears, lions and hippos. Children will enjoy getting up close to the animals and getting the opportunity to feed them.
This campsite is an ideal base for sampling the highlights of the Tuscan lifestyle and exploring Italy’s wonderful, iconic cities like Florence, Sience and Lucca.
Carlo Collodi adopted this village after spending most of his childhood here. Far from being a traditional theme park, rather it is a creation of fantasy endowed with unique charm. Stroll along the paths and experience a living story amid unspoilt pearls of nature blended with beautiful art.
Get up close to the masterpieces of Leonardo Da Vinvi and Michelangelo in the art capital of Italy, Florence, just over 50 km away. There are lots og amazing galleries to make it a really memorable day out and as well as cultural attractions there are a huge range of shops, restaurants and bars.
Prato, just over 25 km from the parc, is the second largest city in Tuscany. It has lots of churches and chapels to explore, and whilst you’re here you must sample some biscotti, it is a local speciality and some of the best in Italy. One of the most notable sites in the city is the 12th century Palazzo degli Alberti which houses lots of famous artwork.