Aquapark Wroclaw

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Aquapark Wroclaw
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Sports Complexes • Water Parks • Game & Entertainment Centers
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9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Aquapark Wroclaw opened in February 2008. Until today it remains one of the best and most frequently visited water parks in Europe. Not sure what to expect? How about water madness in one of our pools? Then you can relax your body and spirit in a steamy hot sauna. Or maybe you prefer an active recreation at the Fitness and Gym area? Aquapark Wroclaw - a perfect place for anyone!
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Rob H
Wroclaw, Poland172 contributions
Nov 2013 • Couples
Wroclaw's aquapark has great slides, multiple pools, a wave machine, a river, good facilities for babies and toddlers. In the summer the park is filled with other water attractions (slides) and it's easy to spend a day there.
Written March 1, 2014
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travelisourhobby
Cape Town Central, South Africa345 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
My husband and I spent 3 hours at the park. We are very comfortable with naked bodies and loved the sauna’s here. It is super clean and there are ample saunas and steam rooms. The saunas fill up when there is a ceremony but otherwise there is more than enough for everyone. The bubbling water jets give a fantastic massage. The indoor / outdoor pools are amazing and you can expect more nude bodies than those with a swim suits which is very normal. For those of you not comfortable you should read up on local customs and people’s comfort levels before writing such rude reviews. There is a large gym and pool for swimming training. The clothed area is full of the most amazing water delights for children and families from slides to water games.
There is only one regret I have and that is that I cannot visit it more often.
The change rooms are well appointed and there is a restaurant where you can also buy drinks. You simply charge it all to your chip which fits your wrist like a watch. This same chip is used to lock your locker.
Be careful not to go over 3 hours as you are charged per minute when you leave.

Take your towel, flip flops,shampoo along and come back totally relaxed. All the signage is also in English with pictures explaining if your towel is necessary or if you are not allowed into the sauna with a swim suit etc.
Written July 9, 2018
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williephips
Royal Oak, MI250 contributions
Jul 2015 • Business
We only went to one side - the adult part where clothing is not only optional but discouraged. This is Europe without the prudish tastes of Americans so just be aware of where you are. The baths and various rooms of different heats and scents are a wonderful way to spend several hours just relaxing. There is an outdoor area if you want to get some sun or simply fresh air and also a nice central area with sunlight streaming in but protected from the weather. It was July and very hot the day we were there so we did spend some time outdoors. But there was also a pop up shower a couple times so it was nice to have so many choices indoors too.
There is even a nice little restaurant/bar area with pretty decent food and drinks. Great soup!
Written September 27, 2015
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Simone S
Wroclaw, Poland3 contributions
Oct 2021 • Family
Terrible approach versus the client, I have a carnet of 10 free entrances. Last month was accepted and I could enter, yesterday they told me that they are not valid since 2019 but I can't find this indication in website. Basically it depends on the mood of the person who works to accept or not something that was giving to a client. Very unprofessional!
Written October 2, 2021
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Bozena C
1 contribution
May 2018 • Friends
This was my first visit and I will no there again.
My friend invited me and I was shocked what I've seen.naked guys an women outside on the lounge chairs and in the sauna mixed and match.I was so disgusted I really want my money back.I felt very uncomfortable in a sauna when men are sitting naked and woman too.
Since when this is allowed next to swimming pool for kids
The dress code should me swimming wear and towel not the other way around. I really hope that Polish law would not allow that. This stops people from enjoying and relaxing

I wonder who is the owner and this came about with such perversion during the day

BC from Canada
Written May 18, 2018
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Dmytro S
Wroclaw, Poland2 contributions
Nov 2017 • Friends
I'm visiting the saunarium since 2015 and it looks great, has great ceremonies, amazing variety saunas for everyone, cold pool, 2 bubble pools + recreation zones, plus beer/lunch zone.

However last half year when the allowed random people to come directly from aqua-park to saunarium is is no longer place of health and freedom for me.
Those people do not read what is written and do not follow the saunarium rules. They do not even look on signs like: "whole body on towel" and "nudity zone"

Earlier it has own "culture" and "beautiful atmosphere" and now wild people walking around, and you will feel like on nude beach, where some groups come dressed for some purpose.

I'm considering to switch to some other saunarium with friends for my weekly basis.
Written December 1, 2017
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Ragdoll84
Burton in Kendal, UK5 contributions
Aug 2016 • Family
The facilities and pool etc are excellent. And we had a great time. Until it came to leaving.
You pay for just 3 hours. Something I've never experienced before at somewhere like this. And you get an electronic wristband thing "for the locker" great! That's all the info we were told. When it came to getting out we have ourselves a decent amount of time, having a 2 and 4 yr old with us. But we had to wait for a changing room and the halls were packed making it difficult to manoeuvre and get dry etc. I took the kids back out to the foyer while my husband gathered our things, which took him another few minutes. We couldn't leave without scanning back our wristbands - I thought for fire safety, keeping a track on numbers. The barrier wouldn't let us through and a security guard waved us to the cashier desk, who scanned our wristbands.

"That's 6 zloty please"

"Wait, what? What for? We didn't buy anything?"

"You are 4 minutes late, you have to pay"

Are you for real?! 4 minutes! JUST FOUR MINUTES! We should be getting a medal for only being 4 minutes late!

"4 minutes? But. What? Really? Just 4 minutes and you charge us?!"

"You have to be on time."

"We were on time! We couldn't get in your tiny baby changing rooms for longer than that. 4 minutes! Come on, please?"

"I am not paying for you. You have to pay."

... After a bit more of a scene involving them threatening to call the police, and us agreeing that they should, my husband got fed up and paid. Mainly because we hadn't been able to eat yet because there was nothing gluten free for our coeliac son.

Disgusting lack of understanding, common sense and customer service.

Written August 19, 2016
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Michael H
Wroclaw, Poland36 contributions
May 2015 • Family
We have frequented the fabolous Aquapark on numerous occasions. The facilities are top-class - it's simply one of the nicest pools we've ever seen. And we've been to quite a few all over Europe...

So why would I want to give a two-star rating only?

The reason is simple. Unfortunately 40-50% of the people using the facilities do not shower properly before they go in. Especially women and especially elderly women. You see them waltzing into the pool area with dry hair, makeup, earrings and necklaces. They immediately head for one of the many hot-tubs, and what goes on in there - with bacteria in mind - is up to your own imagination.

Nobody cares. The lifeguards completely ignore this...

The result is that every second or third time I go to the Aquapark, my daughter has a bad stomach or infections in her lower regions afterwards. A few days ago we went to a birthday party in the Aquapark - two or three of the little girls had bad stomachs afterwards...

Please, Aquapark, I want to give you the five stars you deserve, but until your otherwise friendly staff start checking that people actually shower before entering the pool area, two stars is all I can give...
Written May 21, 2015
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Exiloecher
Czluchow, Poland95 contributions
Been there in April/May 2009 and the place satisfied my needs. The aquapark area is decent, though not really spectacular, but it offers the usual things you can expect in these places, including a warm water pool landscape with an outside area and a rectangular indoor pool where you can do your laps.
The actual highlight of this place is the sauna and spa area, which has to be paid for additionaly. It is spacious, clean and offers all the sauna facilities that can be expected: steamroom, low and high temperature saunas and an outside sauna with Aufguss sessions (unfortunately only twice a day and especially the last Aufguss does get crowded at times). The sauna netiquette is well observed and well enforced by staff, including textile free usage. Nudity is not a problem. In fact, this place has a lot in common with public saunas in Germany and in the Benelux. I will certainly be back there as soon as I will be in the area again.
Written November 13, 2009
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darphilip
Livingston, UK93 contributions
Dec 2014 • Couples
The aqua park is very good, with several very fast slides, and both indoor and outdoor areas, but the real thing that makes it worth a visit is the sauna and wellness area.

There is a biosauna, hot stone room, steam room, Jacuzzi and several Finnish saunas together with all manner of plunge pools, cold showers and an ice machine to cool off afterwards. There are a couple of relaxation areas and a garden with sauna cabins, showers and a plunge pool. It has to be one of the most relaxing experiences I've ever enjoyed.

It did take us a little while to get used to the etiquette, so here are a few tips:
- the entire wellness area is to be used naked (mixed-gender), with swimwear banned in all saunas and Jacuzzis. This isn't as weird as it sounds and after a couple of minutes feels normal.
- take a towel to sit on in the saunas and make sure it is big enough to put your feet on, or take a small towel to sit your feet on.
- you have to shower and dry off before entering the saunas.
- you need to wear flip-flops when walking between areas.
- do not enter or leave a sauna during the aufguss session.
- towels are not allowed in the steam room. There is a hose at the door which you should use to wash down the area you're sitting at before and after using it.

It's very easy to reach by public transport - get tram 8 or 9 or bus K, 612, 113, 145 or 146 and you'll see the flumes and know where to get off.

The level of peace and relaxation makes it very worth a visit - bliss!
Written December 7, 2014
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