Top 10 Water Parks

Poland may not be the hottest European country, but when it comes to water parks, we have the bragging right. There are so many of them that it is extremely hard to choose. You can see the list of the top 10 (in our opinion) below.

Terma Białka in Białka Tarzańska is at the very top. This modern leisure-rehabilitation complex with a spa offers 14 thermal pools with medicinal water whose temperature amounts to 38o C. To satisfy customers, services were divided into 4 zones in which there is a little something for everyone. Terma Białka has wading pools for children, main pools as well as leisure ones, slides, Jacuzzis, a restaurant, a complex sauna facility and SPA & Wellness centre.

Next on our list, Wodny Park, known as Warszawianka, a popular water park from the capital. Its sports-leisure profile is appreciated not only by residents of Warsaw but also by people from other places. It is the only place in Warsaw (and one of few in the entire country) which has an Olympic pool. Diversely equipped leisure zone offers lots of attractions, both for children and seniors. Sport facilities are not narrowed down to swimming pools. The complex has its own squash courts, a bowling alley and a fitness park.

Baseny Mineralne in Solec-Zdrój is on the lowest step of the podium. The innovative complex combines leisure with relaxation and health resort treatments. It attracts its customers with variety of available waters, for example containing sodium or with a large concentration of herbs. What is more, the complex offers the only Polish swimming pool with the strongest sulphur brine in the world. Numerous slides and showers guarantee every guest some enjoyable time.

Sandra SPA leisure complex in Karpacz is right behind the top 3. It has its own accommodation complex and invites for longer visits. Swimming pools are of course included in the accommodation price. You will surely take fancy to an artificial river or thermal pools.

Fifth on our list ‒ Park Wodny Tarnowskie Góry, which offers many pools with an artificial wave and a torrential river as well as swimming lessons, sports pools and many others. Air beds for massages of the entire body are the main attraction. The park also offers a skating rink and a skate park seasonally.

Aquapark Kalisz is one of the most modern Polish centres of water entertainment. Its enormous area guarantees lots of space for wonderful fun for the entire family. There is a little something for everyone. Family slides, water benches and deckchairs, geysers are just a small fraction of what awaits in this water park.

Another place on our list is located in Kutno. Apart from a vast array of pools, it is also equipped with a special stage by the sport pool, a wide range of massages, climbing walls, moving stones and many other attractions worth recommending.

In Kleszczów, a small hardly known town, Solpark can be found. Apart from swimming pools, slides and a spa zone, it offers a rich conference-training facility with accommodation and restaurant complex.

Termy Uniejów is a thermal swimming pool complex at the foot of a 16th-century castle. Medicinal water in the pools and wonderful atmosphere guarantee that this relaxation here is many tourists’ dream. Aromatic bathhouses, saunas and massages attract those who are looking for relaxation and leisure.

The capital of Lower Silesia also has something interesting to offer ‒ Wrocławski Park Wodny. It is equipped with various swimming pools, leisure and sports zones as well as one for children. A large number of saunas and rich spa service allows “Wrocławski Park Wodny” to be included in the list of top 10 Polish water parks.

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