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See Sardinia in miniatureon Sardinia, Italy

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Visit a unique and incredibly interesting park where all the attractions look like toys.
How to see Sardinia in miniature on Sardinia
The quiet walk in the Sardinia in Miniature Park is the best start for a full examination of Sardinia in the future. You will see all the most famous attractions of this place in miniature, made with the utmost precision and attention to detail. Each layout has a terminal, with which you can listen to information about the place.

You can also take a guided tour around the island by boat, among small copies of the most interesting places of Sardinia.

Look out across the country from the viewing tower - you will feel like a real giant among the tiny turrets and buildings.

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#13Sardinia in Miniature Park on SardiniaSardinia in Miniature Park

The unique park, where you can find the attractions of Sardinia, there is a tropical garden, planetarium and astronomy museum here.

Open hours: from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm

How much?

€10 entrance to the miniature park.
€15 - ticket with a visit to the park of miniatures and other parks in the area.

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Guest21 January 2020

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