The best water parks in Poland

Water parks are fun and good relaxation for everyone – both for children and adults. Regardless of the season, whether it is hot or freezing outside, water parks attract crowds. Water madness is a perfect idea whenever you dream of a pleasant break from visiting the monuments of any given city. Our trusted partner ITS Poland, a polish travel agency, helped us prepare a comprehensive list of the best water parks in Poland.  A wave of attractions guaranteed!

Park of Poland – Suntago

Park of Poland is the largest tropical water park both in Poland and in Europe, located in Wręcza near Mszczonów, 60 km from Warsaw. The park is divided into 3 thematic zones: Jamango, Relax and Sauntaria. The Jamango zone is a one-of-a-kind water jungle full of attractions. There are 300 real palm trees, 4,000 sunbeds, 32 slides on 6 floors with a total length of over 3.2 km for children and adults, a wave pool, wild rivers, as well as an outdoor and indoor playground. In the Relax zone 400 palm trees imported from Florida, Costa Rica and Malaysia were planted. It features an 840 m² thermal pool with two bars and a 20,000 m² garden. In addition, in this zone you can use massage rooms, vital pools, 3 “Dead Sea” pools and solariums. The last zone – Saunaria – is a sauna zone with an area of 2500 m2. There are 12 themed attractions, including 10 saunas from all over the world.

Reda Water Park

The Water Park in Reda is the only water park in the country connected to an oceanarium in which sharks swim, brought straight from Sri Lanka. Here you will find also the first rotating slide in Europe – Aqua Spinner. During the 90-second downhill ride, you will learn how the lack of gravity “tastes” and what it means to accelerate to 40 km / h. In addition, for those looking for a challenge in the aquapark, there is also a slide with 3 levels of difficulty – Multi Adventure – where you can raft on a pontoon with the whole family and Blue Cosmo, with unusual visual effects and a vertical Ultra Speed slide. For those who prefer quieter attractions, the Volcano awaits, an extraordinary 24-person jacuzzi spraying lava-coloured water, and also the pool, where you can feel like in the Baltic Sea, thanks to the artificial wave, which is produced by the “aggressive shark”.

Kraków Water Park

The Water Park in Krakow is the largest indoor water park in Poland, with the length of the slides over 800 m! In the huge hall there are three recreational pools with an area of over 2000 m², with hydro massage, counter-currents and fountains. The youngest ones will be entertained by a rushing river, a pirate ship with water cannons, or a water climbing wall. For slightly older guests there is a water gym, as well as water polo and basketball courts that guarantee great fun! In addition, the water park has a brine jacuzzi, sauna and a water bar, serving cool drinks and desserts. All pools are purged only with ozone, so you will not smell chlorine here. A characteristic feature of this water park is, as befits Krakow, a large fountain in the shape of a Wawel dragon.

Wrocław Water Park

The water park in Wrocław is one of the most visited water parks in Europe. Annually, it is visited by over 1.7 million visitors. The park is distinguished by tropical vegetation, atmospheric bridges and grottos, and 70 cm high artificial waves in one of the pools. The Caribbean atmosphere is also emphasized by the attractions available on site, including the outdoor brine pool with geysers and a lazy river inside the facility. For amateurs of thrills, a super-fast slide – High-Fly has been prepared. Apart from it, there are 6 other water slides in the water park. There is a special 15 cm deep paddling pool for the youngest children. Also here is the Children’s Bay, which is a special zone that helps toddlers from 4 months of age to get used to water. The complex also includes a sauna area and a fitness club.

Zakopane Water Park

Zakopane Water Park is a great proposition for those who cannot decide whether they prefer splashing in the water or admiring mountain views. In the summer season, you can swim in thermal pools or sunbathe on a sun lounger, and at the same time admire the wonderful panorama of the Tatra Mountains. The water temperature in the outdoor pool is 32 degrees! Inside, there is a recreational pool with swimming lanes, a recreational and therapeutic pool and a children’s pool. The Wild River and 5 slides, the longest of which is about 170 meters, await fans of water experiences. The offer is completed by Jacuzzi bathtubs, Sauna World, a 5-lane bowling alley and numerous bars.

Sopot Water Park

The Water Park in Sopot is the most famous water park in the Tri City. Although the aquapark is only 100 meters away from the beach, there are plenty of enthusiasts of water madness. All thanks to the attractions available on the spot, including 5 year-round swimming pools, the longest wild river in Poland winding 71 m long, three slides, including the extreme Turbo slide and a water grotto. With the youngest in mind, there is also a smaller pool with water cannons, geysers, artificial animals and slides. You can also use the year-round outdoor pool, and in the summer season, the outdoor pool with slides for children and a water playground. There is also a bowling alley, restaurant and sports pub.

Why is it worth it?

The water park is a great form of entertainment that is worth taking advantage of during summer travels. The upcoming holiday season is the perfect time to test the most interesting water parks on your own skin. Our trusted partner, ITS Poland – Polish travel agency, will help you plan your trip so that there is enough time also for a bit of madness.

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