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Arka Park Paltinis

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Arka Park Paltinis

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Dj 106 Strada Paltinis, Sibiu 550119 Romania
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Opt for a self-guided tour that brings the medieval history of Sibiu to life with an immersive app that reveals the Old Town via a series of clues and riddles. Ideal for families and those that prefer to travel independently, this game allows you to explore at your own pace while also orienting yourself in the capital of Transylvania.
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ShimonC wrote a review May 2020
5 contributions2 helpful votes
We have been on a family trip and arrived to the park with three children (6.5, 8.5, 13), two elder kids (44, 46). Everything was perfect: the wonderful location in the middle of the green forest, the facilities of various grade of difficulty adapted to challenge public of all ages, the very kind young staff who instructed us with great attention to safety. Warmly recommended!!!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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David G wrote a review Jun 2019
West New York, New Jersey5 contributions
Very enjoyable outdoor monkey park. The manger is very honest, fair and decent. The stuff are nice and overall the experience is super.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Offer G wrote a review Sep 2018
5 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful park, for all ages, young kids and adults. Located in a wonderful forest with great atmosphere around. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Lars K wrote a review Jul 2018
Vanlose, Denmark48 contributions24 helpful votes
I went there with my kids (aged 10, 14, and 16) during a four day trip to Sibiu. We took the bus (no 22) at 11 am from Sibiu central train station. When we exited the town we were faced with a beautiful trip that took us through a scenic small town (Rasinari). It seemed like a good place to start some hiking trips with backpacks. Afterwards we climbed the mountain but the driver was good and experienced and we could enjoy the many views. The trip took around 45 min. We have some really nice tree climbing sites in Denmark as well so our expectations were quite high. And we were NOT disappointed! First of all we were met by some very friendly and service minded young guys that helped us with the gear and instructions. Their English was sufficiently to communicate the safety regulations and he waited patiently for me to translate it to my youngest kid. He took us through a small section which were used for the instruction of the safety and equipment. It was really good that you can try the equipment on the ground under supervision - especially when you have kids. Afterward he explained the many routes and then we started climbing! As expected there are routes with different levels of difficulty. Two yellow routes, two green routes, one blue, on red, one black, and four different zip lines. The latter was a combination of a series of zip lines taking you higher and longer for each level. We skipped the yellow routes (for small children and beginners) by recommendation from the guide. Then we took the greens, the blue, and the red. The black route seemed a bit too much for the kids and an old bloke like me :-). My youngest kid (10) managed them all, but she is also strong and flexible (she is an artistic gymnast). The two others are used to hard work as well (another artistic gymnast and a dedicated football player) and that helped them a lot. Both in terms of physical performance but also mentally (they WANTED to press on and succeed). For not so well trained kids and adults there are plenty of challenges in both the blue and red routes. But give it a try - it is really funny and challenging. The zip lines are not so challenging in terms of climbing but they are a lot of fun and you get to fly between the trees high above the ground. There is a small castle play ground for smaller kids, two trampolines, and a small field with some toys (a goal, nets, and bows). You can also sit outside and enjoy some relaxing moments in between the routes. The security was as it should be but of course the responsibility of a safe climbing is your own. There is a small shop where you can buys beverages, ice cream, chips and pastries. No food is available. There are toilets at the park as well. Notice that they do not take credit cards or Euros. That park definitely deserves five stars for a combination of location in the mountains, a large variety of routes with different level of difficulty, many hours of fun, high level of security, and really friendly and service minded staff.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Agnieszka P wrote a review Mar 2018
3 contributions1 helpful vote
wonderful luxury, relaxation for the whole family come to you, and, for whole families, children would have more tidiness in the open air away from the computer but closer to nature, it is entertainment for all, without any age limits
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Date of experience: July 2017
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