The Italian winter is long overdue for a return to the classic theme park experience.
As summer draws to a close, many families in Italy are finding it more and more difficult to find the time to visit the countryside.
It’s a situation that has led to the introduction of a new park theme: the Wintertime, the new winter theme in the Italian countryside.
“It’s a very dangerous situation for the families,” said Carlo Vigiero, the president of the National Park Association of Italy, which represents some of Italy’s most important parks.
“Wintertime is not a holiday, but a very stressful time for children and adults.
In Italy, it is a very important holiday for people who want to enjoy their summer.
We’re seeing more and More families who go for Wintertime and their children go for summer holidays.
This is a great time to look at the possibility of introducing the theme of Wintertime to the Italian parks.”
This summer, the theme will be introduced to the Great Pyrenees.
Wintertime is expected to become more popular this year with the opening of new attractions, such as a new Winter Wonderland, the first of its kind in Italy.
However, Vigiriano cautioned that the change is still a long way off, saying that the new park is still in the planning stage.
“We have a long list of projects to finish and will bring it to the public in the next few months,” he told Sky TG24.
“This is not an official programme.
It will take time, but the first steps will be taken by the beginning of next year.
In summer we’re still working on the Winter Wonderland and other attractions in the area, but we hope that Wintertime will be on the menu in the coming years.”
The first Winter Wonderland opened in 2008 in the Piazza del Lago at the southern tip of the Italian peninsula, with more than 200,000 visitors a year.
The Winter Wonderland was followed in 2014 by the Great Piazzetta and the new Winter Garden at the Ponte Vecchio.
However the majority of visitors to Winter Wonderland are from the south, where the Winter Garden opened in 2015, with the Summer Garden and Winter Wonderland in 2016.
However Vigili said that the Winter Winter Wonderland would open in 2018, and that the next two Winter Wonderlands would be in 2019 and 2020.
“Our first Winter Winter theme park is in the south and will be located in L’Aquila, with a grand opening in 2020,” he said.
“In 2019, we will introduce a new theme park in the north of Italy called the Great Winter Wonderland.”
Winter Wonderland is currently the only theme park outside the southern half of Italy and has a total of more than 500 attractions.
“The theme park that we want to offer is different to all the others,” Vigiani said.
Winter Wonderland will open to the general public in 2019.
“Summertime is already popular in Italy, and we want more of it,” he added.
“That’s why we are developing Wintertime in the southern region.
Summertime is the best time to enjoy our beautiful landscapes and the mountains.
It is the most romantic time in Italy.”
Vigieri also pointed out that the resort town of Ponte Branco, the northernmost Italian resort city, is also a major attraction for families.
Winterland is expected for the first time in 2019, with another resort town, Campania, due to open in 2020.
It also comes after the Winter Palace and Winter Garden will be open to families, as will the new resort town in Campania.
“Campania will be a winter resort, with hotels and a ski resort, as well as an amusement park, a water park, and a shopping centre,” Vignolini added.