Cascades of excitement, waves of attractions

Some have a long history, others were built recently. One thing is certain: anyone looking for endless adrenaline surges, pools of attractions and cascades of positive emotions during fun with friends and family, will find paradise in Poland. Whether in the northern, southern or central part of the country, you can find magnificent water parks offering lots of fun for everyone.

Aquapark Reda

On the Baltic Sea, between Gdynia and Władysławowo, lies an extraordinary complex: part enormous water park, part oceanarium. This is a fantastic entertainment site for the whole family. Activities include swimming, riding the many water slides, observing fish and sharks brought all the way from Sri Lanka, jumping waves, and relaxing in a hot tub. Unquestionably the biggest attraction is a ride down a 60-metre lit tunnel leading straight to the shark aquarium. Sound extreme? Never fear – you get to admire these marvellous animals from a see-through tube. An unforgettable experience guaranteed!

Termy Maltańskie

From the coast we move southwards, to Wielkopolska. In Poznań, water fun enthusiasts will find Poland’s currently biggest and most advanced water park: Termy Maltańskie. It’s impossible to list all of its attractions. The complex on the shore of Lake Malta allows you to rest and improve your health by bathing in brine pools with geothermal water, take advantage of an extremely diverse range of slides and relax in the sauna, hot tub or spa zone. There is also something special for youngsters: they can play in a pool with fountains, a crocodile, a parrot and a real pirate ship.

Energylandia

For all those wanting water attractions with other fun options (that are just as exhilarating), Poland has a special offer in Zator near Kraków, where one of the most modern and most exciting amusement parks – Energylandia – opened in 2014. Besides an extensive water park with pools and many, also extreme, slides, thrill-seekers can enjoy fantastic rollercoasters, the gigantic Aztec Swing pendulum and the powerful 40-metre Space Booster arm. But the king of all attractions is the Hyperion Mega Coaster, Europe’s biggest and fastest. Little kids will be delighted with Bajkolandia’s world of beloved cartoons and films as well as the family zone. Energylandia guarantees fun for the whole family to fill several days!

Termy Bukovina

In southern Poland, Termy Bukovina on the fringes of the Tatra National Park is a real treat. Poland’s biggest complex of geothermal pools is sure to delight enthusiasts of wonderful Tatra mountain views. Here you will find both indoor and outdoor recreational and swimming pools, all of them filled with soothing thermal water. For those in need of an adrenaline surge, the complex has hundreds of metres of thrilling water slides, and for children – a special zone with organized water aerobics and diving lessons. In winter it is also worth taking advantage of the nearby ski runs.

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