Luna park Milan is also known as Luna Europark Idroscalo Milano since 2004. It has had a great upgrade since then.
There are enough rides for both kids and adults to enjoy themselves for a day, with the ability to rest and get something to eat at the restaurant or relax at the pub. Those searching for an adrenaline rush can ride the roller coaster, try out the go-karts, bumper cars or walk through the house of horror. Of course, there are more than enough rides for small children and families to enjoy themselves too like a midway, ferris wheel, house of mirrors, merry-go-round and more.
Entry price and tickets
As with any other Luna park, you’ll need to pay for each attraction you want to go on. Prices can vary depending on which ride you want to go on. There’s also the possibility to buy a bracelet which gives you access to most rides. This bracelet isn’t valid for all rides though, so you’ll still have to pay for a ticket if that ride isn’t included.
Luna park Milan is open seven days a week from March to September, and every weekend throughout the year as it’s a fixed park. The opening hours on weekends are as follows:
Address: Via Rivoltana, 64, 20090 Segrate MI, Italy
Telephone: +39 02 7020 8149
Luna park Milan is situated just on the outskirts of Milan. If you’re travelling by car, the easiest way to access the park is by following the A51 onto the Viale Enrico Forlanini (Sp15b). You’ll find the park right by the McDonalds. You can also travel there by train. In that case, you’ll need to get off at station Segrate and walk the rest of the route or take bus 923 which stops at 3 minutes walking distance of the park.