The First Look Images Of Europe's First Ever Legoland Water Park Are Here
Lego fans, clear your summer schedules. Europe's first ever Legoland water park is opening its doors at the end of May and it looks incredible.
Officially opening its doors on 28th May, holidaymakers will have a wealth of activities to choose from, including a 'Beach Party' with slides and water cannons as well as a relaxing Lego River Adventure.
The winding river flows throughout the entire theme park and visitors can enjoy a blissful ride on rafts constructed from Lego bricks.
Of course, no water park would be complete without a huge swimming pool and Legoland's offering will not disappoint.
The 'Pirate Bay' is surrounded by sun loungers and cabanas, giving you the chance to chill out after you've enjoyed the more thrilling rides - such as the 'Jungle Adventure' which features a selection of indoor and outdoor slides.
There are plenty of kids' activities too, including 'Duplo Splash' and the 'Lego Creation Island' (suitable for children aged 2-12) with mini rides and attractions.
Mega Lego fans and collectors will also be able to enjoy Miniland, an area of the park filled with Lego creations of some of the most popular Italian attractions, such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
There'll also be souvenir shops and restaurants at the park. While tickets to Legoland Gardaland currently cost €39 (£35) for the day, it's not currently known whether the water park will cost more.
Speaking about the exciting opening, sales and marketing director at Gardaland, Luca Marigo, said: "Legoland Water Park Gardaland will have so many attractions that visitors will be thrilled, whether young or old.
"There will also be special themed areas, with lots of colourful water slides for youngsters and kids of all ages, as well as a creative area where children can discover the fun of building with DUPLO and LEGO bricks, swimming pools equipped with sunbeds, deck chairs and large gazeboes where families can relax."
Forget booking a festival this year, we're heading to Italy instead...
Featured Image Credit: Legoland/Parksmania