I am not sure it is worth it with toddlers really. Peppa Pig attraction is tiny, 3 or 4 rides with long queues last time we were there. There are other toddler things but I think it is much more suitable from about 7 or 8 years. Sea life is OK but not worth a special trip for.
Thanks for the replies just trying to figure out the best age to take them really but the queue thing might put me off full stop!
Do you think it will still be bad mid-week and off season? I hate theme parks but love Italy so it's our compromise. I needed another holiday after we did Orlando as I felt I spent my entire holiday in a queue despite having fast passes!
We went with kids under five (two and five) and was brilliant! There is peppa pig stuff, more kids rides then Alton towers and a king fu panda area which the five year old could easily go on. There is also some splash park areas, one in the kids area and one near the monorail where no parents are aloud, my two were delighted and meant one could watch whilst another sneaked to big rises. So take costumes and towels for them. Also some shows to watch as well
I might look at the camping option. The thing is it would be April or October so I am not sure if the weather would be good enough for swimming.
Our alternative is to take them back to the UK again but the flights to Italy and accommodation in Peschairia del Garda is the same price as just the flights to the uk and my parents have offered to drive over and meet us as they want a driving holiday in the lakes anyway so I was thinking with GP's to help it might be bearable!
Those hotels look gorgeous but pricey. It's a shame. I was warming to the idea. My parents would be just as happy to meet us there, I've never been to that part of the world so that's a massive plus and DH will be much more relaxed about driving in Germany and Switzerland than in Italy.
But the accommodation seems much more expensive and I have just seen we've got budget flights to Verona now which could make the Italian option a bit easier.