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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...more
This place is amazing. It’s a paradise for kids. It has big and small water slides, waves, a river, pools for kids and toddlers, saunas and jacuzzis. It also has a laned pool for adults and disabled adult access and a spa. Disabled facilities for...More
2 adults and 2 kids under 10. We got 3 hours for €15. We could have spent 6 hours there easily. 10 slides for big and small kids. Wave pool, outdoor heated pools, kids pools, swiming lane pools, lazy river, etc. We spent most of...More
Really well laid out set of pools of varying depths. We went with two children aged 2 and 5 and they absolutely loved it. The food for the cafeteria was tasty and charged for at 4zl per 100g which was just added to your wrist...More
A bit more compact than I imagined from the pictures but it didn't disappoint. Mixed changing rooms with lockable cubicles so no issue their. It was £18 for 2 adults and 4 children for 3 hours which was perfect. Very cheap to get food after...More
If the weather is good I would certainly recommend an afternoon here. We bought a 3 hour ticket for just 27z for the over 55's. You are given a wristband which is also used for your locker and to buy any food or drink ,...More
Our daughter just loved the 'waves area'. The hight of the water is 0,7 m, so perfect for kids aged 3-4 years old. She did feel like a grownup there and enjoy thus attraction very much. Our 1,5 old 'had to follow her' and liked...More
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...More
Hi, I can't remember off hand, but think it worked out at around 6/7 euros, not expensive at all. I got the tram to the park, it stops about 100m away. Ask the hotel reception they should be able to tell you what number... More
Hi, I can't remember off hand, but think it worked out at around 6/7 euros, not expensive at all. I got the tram to the park, it stops about 100m away. Ask the hotel reception they should be able to tell you what number - perhaps a 9?. Again, not expensive. You pay by credit card onboard, about 2 euros per person each way per journey.
Enjoy the park, it's brilliant!