Aquapalace Prague (Aquapalace Praha)
Aquapalace Prague is a fun, family-friendly attraction that’s ideal for cooling off in the summer, staying warm in the winter, or sheltering from a wet day. With pools, fountains, waterslides, spas, saunas, a fitness center, medical spa facilities, restaurants, bars, and a hotel, any kind of traveler can find something to enjoy here.
Aquapalace Prague is the largest indoor water park in Central Europe. There are 2,821 feet (860 meters) of waterslides, so parents looking for a way to entertain their kids are in luck. Adults can also indulge in a wide variety of body treatments, wellness packages, and relaxation techniques. Most people visit independently while staying in Prague. You can visit for just a couple of hours for a quick pick-me-up, or accommodation facilities at Aquapalace Prague make it easy to spend longer enjoying all the facilities.
Things to know before you go
- Various entrance packages are available, giving access for as little as three hours and as long as one day per week for 12 months.
- Under 12s may only enter with an adult guardian.
- Disabled people with limited mobility may only enter Aquapalace in the company of a physical attendant.
- Proper swimwear must be worn in the water park.
How to get there
Aquapalace Prague is located in the southeast of the city, about a 15-minute drive from the center of Prague. It can be reached by bus, but this is slow and requires changing services. Taking a taxi or private car is most convenient.
When to get there
Different parts of Aquapalace operate different opening hours, but most of the facility is open from mid-morning until late in the evening, every day of the week. The annual Saunafest held at Aquapalace in the spring is an ideal time to indulge in a sauna and learn more about the popular pastime.
Divoka Sarka Swimming Pool
In the warm summer months, you may want to have a swim in the open air, surrounded by nature. The Divoka Sarka outdoor swimming pool is set within a hilly park with trees, streams, and rock formations. There are no waterslides, but it’s a good place to swim laps. The Divoka Sarka Park is located in Prague’s northwest, not too far from the airport.
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