Prague Water & Amusement Parks

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Prague Water & Amusement Parks

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  • Traveler10954520091
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nearly pooped my pants about a thousand times. So good so scary and very intense! And our host even was brilliant too. Would recommend
    Written April 14, 2024
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  • JOZATHEMAN
    Osijek, Croatia1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Friendly staff and good options if games, great place and it was really fun to hang around, recommend for everyone to try out when possible
    Written July 2, 2023
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  • Patrick H
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great Time! Thank you there such a Great Time!
    With our Guide Michael, he was alraeady a good Guide, he was conperted and friendly all over the time :)!!
    Written April 6, 2024
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  • Domeniko K
    1 contribution
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was really funny and slides are awesome BUT I had to pay 90 KR because I was late for only 49 seconds it is ridiculous because they did not warn us about that. Overall it is a nice place but they disappointed me at the end.
    Written August 27, 2023
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  • BeyondPrague
    Brno, Czech Republic328 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    I very recently enjoyed the experience of "flying" with iPilot, but my story is more than just the time in the simulator.

    I received a gift certificate for 60 minutes in the simulator as a birthday gift. However, the first time I went to redeem it the simulator was having technical problems and I was told to rebook.

    When it was explained that I was not from Prague and had spent more than two hours travelling to Prague specifically for the simulator, they were very appologetic and gave me a replacement voucher for 90 minutes in the simulator and threw in a video recording of my session in it. I can't fault them on customer care.

    I chose the A320 Airbus simulator, they also have a 737 simulator. With the extra 30 minutes my friendly and patient instructor, Lukas, gave me a good overview of the instruments and other controls and a practice run before we used the remaining 60 minutes to try flying from a few different airports.

    It was a very enlightening experience to learn how much of a modern airliner is automatically controlled and how much is still manually flown. I was shown how to use the throttles and flaps on both take off and landing as well as how to input settings for some of the aircraft's more automatic features.

    While the simulator is not a moving one, it does faithfully replicate the flight deck arrangement of the A320 (Lots of pictures of that can be found online if you'd like to confirm) and gives you a good idea of cockpit procedures.

    IPilot also has an extensive catalog of airports to choose from. In the 90 minutes I had, we did take offs, fly arounds and landings at San Francisco, Prague, Brno and Madeira as well as a landing at St. Maarten.

    In the course of my flying, I was given opportunities to fly by both instruments and visual cues.

    About the only thing I can think of to fault them on, and it's a small thing, is that they have no Airbus related items in their selection of souvenirs. They have lots of Boeing stuff and some of their own iPilot merchandise, but no Airbus stuff for those who chose the A320 simulator.
    Written October 8, 2017
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  • guillaume du ninian
    London, UK286 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    My 3 and a half year old son is mad on dinosaurs. We are amazed when working on his everyday vocabulary and he tells us about his Stegosaurus, Triceratop, Diplodocus toys (with eloquence).

    We broke off from the normal touristy haunts of Prague, on an extended jaunt on the tram, to see a dinosaur exhibition which was located on the roof of a shopping centre. To be frank I was not convinced on a trip taking us on a half a day out of the city.

    How wrong I was? It’s well worth the journey. And an interesting and colourful journey back into the land of dinosaurs.

    On the approach to the Galerie Harfa (shopping centre) you can glimpse the dinosaurs peeking out from the edges of the roof. Once in the shopping centre the information and directions on DinoPark are non-existent (unless you ask someone about ‘dinosaurs’ and they point upwards). Just head up the various escalators as far as you can go to the area with all of the dining outlets and the attraction is out of the doors from the shopping centre complex onto an open-air rooftop patio.

    There is a large cartoonish stone gateway which leads into the DinoPark. Even from outside this doorway, the visual presence of two large T-Rex, with animatronics and roaring sounds, are an exciting sign of things to come. My son, and other children entering at the same time, were thrilled by the sight of these big ‘shouty’ meat eating dinosaurs.

    Once inside there are glimpses of other dinosaurs over other parts of the park and I, as well as all the kids, are enthusiastic to see what else is over the bridge, around the next corner, over the way, etc. There is a variety of wonderous dinosaur models here, there and everywhere. I especially liked ‘ the big chicken’ which comes into view as your cross the bridge – an impressive model.

    I was very impressed by the layout. A good series of paths which guide the visitor round a wide a varied range of models. As well as large ‘lifesize’ dinosaurs in various situation poses there are other some good photo opportunities where you can crouch in an egg and peek out of a break in a shell, stand within a cage beside a snarling dinosaur and some of the benches are blended inro a dinosaur body.

    Other attractions include a simulated dig in a sand pit where you can reveal dino bones and, the super impressive, virtual reality show where you in a rugged country environment with various dinosaurs appearing and, in some cases, flying towards and closely over your head.

    Thankfully, it was a beautiful clear and autumnal sunny day. I can’t imagine how disappointing it could be on a grey and rainy day.

    For young children into dinosaurs this is a brilliant event. For Dads, it’s great location to have fun with their kids and to take an interest in their passion for ancient reptiles. It was so good, that when we finished, we went back to the start and go through the whole event again.

    Yeah, some of models were a little cheesy, but I found it fun, interesting and educational. My son was so pleased and thoroughly enjoyed the event. We have photographs and video to record what an eventual visit we had.

    A good piece of fun was the ‘wiggly’ plank bridge over the pond beside the large ‘brontosaurus’ type dinosaur. When you walk across it – it waves and weaves from side to side. I deliberately shook the bridge whilst my son was on it and we had fun with him screaming and enjoying the thrill of the shaky bridge.
    Written December 5, 2021
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  • Drago S
    2 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We spent our yearly teambuilding event in Futurento and had much fun. In different teams we were competing with each other and trying to solve the riddles of the different rooms. They even prepared a small catering for us. Really recommend Futurento for such kind of events!
    Written October 12, 2023
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  • dmcc1973
    Prague, Czech Republic432 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    I am not quite sure of the name, think that is misleading. This place has no pool, to my knowledge. But it is probably the biggest waterbody in Prague, it is a damn and you can go swimming here, paddleboarding, you can rent a boat, you can play beach volleyball, I think they also built a short wakeboarding track. Either way, it is a nice place for the whole family. Sure, it is not the seaside, so the water quality is what it is, but still, it is a fun place. Also great walks and bike rides around the area.
    Written January 30, 2019
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  • ARL
    Maidstone, UK8 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful views and great place to spend a day out! We spent the day on the pedalboards and swimming which was fun. A bit of a shame the sports shop wasn’t open to hire more stuff and they didn’t accept card even after it said on the website. We went on a quiet day so there wasn’t as much available but great if it’s a little rainy and you want some quiet!
    Written June 20, 2023
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  • Michaela T
    Prague, Czech Republic5 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    I miss the equipment in the baby swiming pool which i saw at official FB sites.
    From my point of view this swiming centre needs modernization.
    Written September 1, 2021
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  • kazandmillieb
    Wollongong, Australia121 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    We have been in Prague for 8 days, and in order to mix up the history stuff, we have also been sampling the water parks. We went to this one yesterday by public transport. When we got off the tram, we had to walk about 700 metres up hill. That was fine, but I felt like we had landed in the ghetto, and I was a bit worried we were about to get robbed. They only take cash, which is annoying. Luckily I had thrown 200 crowns in my bag at the last minute, otherwise the 40 minute long journey would have been in vein! They only had one slide working. The whirlpool was very crowded and a few families thought that was a good opportunity to chase each other through the crowds. Weird, and annoying. It was ok- but I wouldn’t hurry back.
    Written May 8, 2018
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  • Jr1
    London, UK151 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Really enjoyed our visit here. There was a queue but it did move quick. You either pay for an hour with 20 mins free changing time or all day as far as I am aware and if you stay longer you pay the extra on exit.
    There is a large fitness pool and an even larger leisure pool next door with split levels. It has two large slides one faster than the other. A slide in the middle which is quite steep which takes you down to the lower section as well as two slides for young children.
    The water is quite warm and there is also a rapid river style part of the pool.
    When you go in you get a watch you can use this to buy food and drink inside but it also is used to open and close your locker so you do not need change to use this. Overall good fun but it can end up about 20p a minute extra charges if you go over the hour. it doesn't sound a lot but can add up so be aware.
    Written November 12, 2018
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  • nmonik
    Poitiers, France61 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    An interesting exposition of dinosaurs for kids 🦖 on the roof of a very nice commercial center.
    Part of the ticket is not only the exhibition of the real size dinosaurs, but also a play area where kids can look for fossils and also a 3D movie which is situated on another floor of the commercial center.
    If you want to combine shopping, having lunch and entertainment for kids - it’s a great place to go. Plus there is a huge underground parking!
    Written August 10, 2022
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  • Dolf P
    5 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Aquaplace is a nice place for about 3 hours. The price is to much for 3 hours, but it is fun. You can start there when you like (between 10 am and 10 pm.

    DO NOT buy the tickets for € 51 a person. We payed for the whole day (3 persons) € 82.
    Written September 7, 2018
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