Poland can proudly boast of some amazing water parks with incredible slides, good quality accommodation and indoor and outdoor options. The food has improved too. It has taken some time since the fall of communism but they are finally here. We present a list of the best water parks in Poland which most have accommodation also.
Great fun and very popular water park found about 15 minutes drive north of Gdynia. There are 5 slides and a treasure island pirate theme with the signature attraction being a shark pool which you can travel through on a rubber ring. There are often long queues at weekends but this is the best water park in the region and maybe Poland.
Probably the most modern and largest water sports and recreational complex in Poland, located on the bank of the MaltaLake, in the heart of Poznań. It has 18 sports and recreational swimming pools, 14 different sauna rooms and professional spa with 17 treatment rooms. We love the idea also that you can swim from the inside pool to the outside pool via a narrow entrance. Great fun!
Probably the best waterpark if your looking for outdoor pools with lots of attractions for kids. Chochołowska Baths is a place where everyone, regardless of age will find attractions for themselves. The hotel has a swimming pool and more than 30 barrels of water with different specificity, a therapeutic area with sulfur raw water and brine iodized, position whirlpool, wild river, climbing net, water geysers. The water in the pools have a temperature of 32-36 ° C, so in our outdoor swimming pools, you can relax even on cold days. Highly recommended for a weekend break with your family!
This huge indoor pool complex includes 800 metres of water slides for all ages (some of which include water and sound effects), dragon and pirate play areas, massage fountains, climbing walls, wave machines, swings and other in-water activities. An incredible aquatic playground – this is one of the things your kid will remember most about Kraków. You might not have such a bad time yourself with access to jacuzzis, saunas and a pool-side cafe from which you can watch your little terrors try to dunk each other.
Completed in 2008, Wrocław’s water park is one of the country’s finest and makes for a nice respite from the city’s confoundingly complex history and high-minded cultural attractions. And it’s probably the only place your kids will tell their friends about from their trip to Wrocław. While the main attractions are surely the indoor and outdoor recreational swimming pools with their water slides (including the most recent addition – a multimedia slide involving lights and music to distract you as you plummet), wave machines, ‘lazy river’ and other wonders, a fitness centre, restaurant, cafe, bar and shop are also on hand, making a trip to the Aqua Park a full day’s outing.
A fantastic new addition to the Łódź leisure scene located close to the city center next to the Botanical Gardens and near Łódź Kaliska railway station. Boasting 4 indoor pools with several slides and one with a wave machine, including a pool for the kids and three water playgrounds plus 3 outdoor pools with a Kamikaze slide. There are also 7 saunas (ranging from Finnish with music therapy to crystal steam baths and open from 11:00), 1 large Jacuzzi, heated loungers, an indoor water slide and a ‘wild river’ ride to keep you entertained.
Suntago – Water World, Wręcza k. Mszczonowa, 40km from Warsaw
The list of the best aqua parks in Poland ends with the largest aquapark in Europe – Suntago Wodny Świat. In a small village near Mszczonów – around 40 km from Warsaw and 70 km from Łódź – the construction of the facility to become the largest water park in Poland, as well as the largest roofed aquapark in Europe, has begun. Although 70% of the construction site has already been poured out on the huge construction site foundations, including 7,000 cubic meters of concrete, the flood of attractions will wait until next year(2019). We can’t wait!
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