The Aqua Park in Krakow

The Aqua Park in Krakow at night

The Aqua Park in Krakow at night ©mjaniec/Flick

The Aqua Park in Krakow is the biggest in Poland and one of the largest in Europe. Since its opening in June 2000, the Aqua Park is the most popular entertainment and recreation center in Krakow. It received the prestigious title called “Building of the Year” and has become an inseparable part of the tourist offer of the town.

The Aqua Park has three pools, a total of 2,000 square meters of space, with a wide range of attractions, including massage, swimming, salt water jacuzzi, modern saunas and many others. This complex in Krakow has also special facilities for people with disabilities.

The diverse services of the aqua park

This entertainment and recreation center meets the needs of any visitor offering a wide range of services and activities.

The Aqua Park in Krakow meets all the requirements not only regarding technology, but also serves as an important center of rehabilitation with therapeutic purposes. Besides of this there you will also find a Wellness Club, a Fitness Studio and a gym, a dance and a beauty salon. All this proves that the object offers endless possibilities for fitness activities throughout the year.

The Aqua Park in Krakow

The Aqua Park in Krakow ©mjaniec/Flick

Furthermore, there are special areas for water sports: water basketball, water volleyball, water handball. For those who love thrills, the Aqua Park offers eight slides with a total length of about 800 m, including the longest slide in the country of 202 m! For your pleasure and satisfaction the temperature of the pool water is at the level of the Mediterranean Sea, about 29-30 °C.

Ticket prices

The Aqua Park in Krakow has a very complex price list, but we will try to give you an idea of the fees. First of all you can choose between individual and group tickets. There are happy hours at the aqua park, between 8 am and 9 am when the ticket price is lower. You can buy a one hour ticket, a two hour ticket or an all day ticket. On work days the ticket cost less, on Saturday, Sunday and holidays the ticket cost is higher.

The slides of the aqua park

The slides of the aqua park ©marcin wojcik/Flick

A happy hour ticket in weekdays costs 14 zl, on weekend costs 16 zl. A normal one hour ticket in weekdays costs 22 zl and on weekends costs 24 zl.  You can also opt for sauna, 1 hour costs 35 zl. If you want to stay more than an hour it is good to buy a two hour tickes, as every extra minute costs. A two hour ticket is 33 zl respectively 35 zl. If you want to stay a whole day at the Aqua Park, an all day ticket costs 51 zl respectively 57 zl, sauna included.

Children under 7 years, students and pensioners can have a small discount if they can present a valid document entitling to a discount.

The Aqua Park in Krakow at night

The Aqua Park in Krakow at night ©mjaniec/Flick

 

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