This park has a long history, it had the first 'black hole' slide in Europe. I was here 15 years ago as a little child, and i have returned with company which contained a 7 years old boy.
The parking is easy it has a huge parking place for free, so it couldnt be a problem even if you arrive lately.
Entering the park costs 21 Euros (around 16 for child till 8 yro.) which is average, but the park is a bit below average.
The main problem is the green space. There arent enough space for towels or sunbeds and it is hard to find some shadow. Huge mistake, which they started to fix with planting trees, but it will take some years to grow and fight with the Sun.
The slides are a bit crowded even at lunch time, approx. 15-20 min/slide. See the photo about slides and map of Splash park, but there is no "signature" slide in the park.
Have to say i wasnt too fascinated, but the child really enjoyed it and because of him it worth. He could try all of the slides, there werent any restriction for him.
So if you are travelling with children under 18, i think you should check it out, but if you aren't, it is better to skip it and take another attraction around.
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