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Germany’s most thrilling water parks

If you’re looking for a fun family activity, Germany is an excellent destination for a water park adventure. Zip down winding flumes and catch waves in massive lagoons – we found some of the best water parks offering both indoor and outdoor fun. Pack your swimming gear and check out the country’s most exciting aquatic wonderlands.

AQUALAND Freizeitbad, Cologne

The Aquaconda slide in Aqualand Freizeitbad

AQUALAND promises a day of fun that will entertain the entire family. For thrill-seekers, it’s water slides galore. Dare to ride the AquaLoop—the first of its kind in Germany—featuring a trapdoor that plunges you into a thrilling 30-foot freefall. This lets you build up speed for the ride’s apex – a 360° loop that takes you at 30 mph.

If you’re looking for something a little more relaxing, the upper level of AQUALAND houses an elegant spa and wellness center with 12 different saunas. Bathe in the orange-pink hues of a Himalayan salt sauna or treat yourself to a Hammam treatment. Spend the night at Übernachten im Kölner Norden and make sure to visit the Cologne Zoo the following day, located just six miles away.

Galaxy Erding, Erding

Ride a thrilling waterslide with a virtual reality headset

Galaxy Erding is Europe’s largest water park. It’s known for combining advanced technology with adrenaline-pumping fun, including VR (virtual reality) water slides that offer an out-of-this-world experience. Put on a pair of VR goggles and slide down the 525-foot long tube as you navigate a virtual waterway suspended in outer space.

The park also boasts an award-winning spa experience, with three tranquil thermal bath complexes. The baths get their water from an underground sulfur deposit that was discovered in the 1980s. After a day of excitement in faraway galaxies and steaming saunas, return to reality at the cozy Hotel Apfelbaum.

Tropical Islands, Krausnick

Imagine yourself on a tropical island in Krausnick. Photo credits: Tropical Islands

Tropical Islands is an indoor haven for families looking to escape the cold winter months. While we can’t promise a tan, we can guarantee a day of unadulterated fun inside this former airship hangar known as the Aerium – the largest free-standing hall in the world.

Part tropical island and part water park, this is a place where you’ll find sandy beaches, palm trees, and a cyclone of water slides all under one roof. Enjoy family-friendly lazy rivers or plunge down turbo slides with speeds of nearly 45 mph. There’s also a range of turquoise lagoons to dive into while pretending you’re on a tropical island, even though you’re just an hour out of Berlin. Stay at Ferienwohnung Wunderlich, which is conveniently right down the road.

Europabad Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe

Take a plunge with the Aqua Rocket at Europabad Karlsruhe

Europabad is home to one of the longest water slides in Germany, including the death-defying AQUAROCKET, which promises 45 feet of pure freefall. Though there’s something for all ages, the slides are better suited to older children and adults. Whirl around in a spider’s lair in the creepy-crawly Tarantula or battle water serpents as you fly down the Green Viper, both of which feature LED lighting and sound effects to immerse you in the excitement.

Upstairs, there are numerous saunas, cold baths, a tropical garden, and a hot tub. The park’s traditional Finnish sauna is always a hit with adults and promises a relaxing end to an adrenaline-fueled day. Dry off and head back to the family-friendly Kaiserhof, just a short drive away.

Bayern-Park, Reisbach

Find Germany’s longest whitewater rafting ride at Bayern-Park. Photo credits: Bayern-Park, Reisbach

Bayern-Park has everything for water lovers and thrill-seekers, including plenty of hair-raising roller coasters and Germany’s longest whitewater rafting ride, which meanders through the park for almost half a mile. For those seeking a gentler experience in the water, hop aboard a vintage paddle steamer and tour the sights of the park’s massive human-made lake.

Dry off by zipping through the sky on Eagle’s Challenge, a rollover ride that lets you soar above Bayern-Park. For the little ones, a pirate wonderland awaits at Pirate Island – the park’s dedicated area for young children. After a day of fun, head to Schlossparkhotel Mariakirchen for a drink at the on-site brewery, followed by a good night’s sleep in a castle hotel.

Central Europe’s Largest Indoor Waterpark “Aquaworld, Budapest, Hungary” Opened its Doors Blooloop


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Another major impressing destination resort project is built in Budapest, Hungary. The Ramada Resort – Aquaworld Budapest complex which is one of the biggest hotel and indoor pool complexes in all Europe, opened its doors in December 2008. The Aquaworld water empire will be Central Europe’s biggest indoor water theme park with 11 slides, 21 pools, a surf pool, a wave pool which is extraordinary even in Europe and further amusement elements will make the complex unique among the touristic attractions of Hungary.

The complex comprises a 261-room Ramada Plaza Hotel, and a separate building with 48 apartments. The focus of the leisure facilities is a 73-metre wide, 21-metre high glass dome. The water park offers a wide variety of attractions, including 21 pools (with total surface of 3, 300 sqm), 11 water slides, a jumping tower, sun terraces, a wave pool and a unique surf pool. After an extensive suppliers search for waterpark part of the project, Eleven Kft, the project manager company of the indoor themed waterpark, slide and amusement elements, water mechanical engineering, visual elements of Aquaworld project, chose to work with Polin Waterparks & Pool Systems. In the indoor adventure pool, 11 slides of a total length of almost 1 km guarantee adventure and entertainment throughout the year. There are totally 11 Polin slides, as we mentioned above: 2 Aquatubes Ø900mm, 2 Blackholes Ø1400mm, Flying Boats 730x1400mm and Tunnel Body Slide Ø1200mm are RTM manufactured slides with a perfectly shiny outside and inside finish. Other than there are spray-up manufactured Space Boat, Wild River, Wide Rafting and Kids’ Body Slide and Kids’ Wide Slides. 

The bravest can take a breathtaking ride from as high as 17 m. The slide tower next to the dome, which is the entry point of 6 giant slides, is accessible by glass lift or stairs. About the glass elevator to the tower, it is something unique in waterparks. There is a glass panoramic elevator to the slide tower in which the riders will have the chance to have an overall view of the park while climbing up. Plus, there is another elevator system for the tubes. The sliding elements are taken back to launch level by a special conveyor-belt-type elevator system. There is also a wide slide big enough to accommodate three slides side by side; an onion slide offering a shorter but all the more intensive experience, and a 180 m mountain river flanked with steep rocks, designed expressly for the most adventuresome. Polin has specially designed child-friendly spaces that offers highly enjoyable and safe aquatic experiences to the youngest. Families with young children will love the kids’ world, in a separate wing from the dome area, with a pool of different depths, kids’ slides, a playhouse and a changing room. 

The kids’ event room is an excellent venue for birthday and other parties and events. In the summer, there are further pools, playgrounds and playhouses open for the youngest in the park of Aquaworld, and they can watch the waterside fauna and flora from the bridge over the garden lake or the walkway leading to it. Given its location and services, Aquaworld project has every chance to become a priority domestic and international tourist/leisure destination and a popular meeting point of the residents of the capital and its surroundings.

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The Suntago Water World water park is planned to open at the end of this year (October-December) in the village of Vrencha, 50 kilometers from Warsaw. It will become the largest indoor water park in Europe.

Suntago Water World will become part of the Park of Poland amusement park. It will have 18 pools with a total area of ​​3,500 sq. m, 32 slides, 10 saunas, a surf simulator, 740 palm trees, as well as bars and restaurants.

“What’s more important than the numbers is the atmosphere we want to create at this site,” Park of Poland’s website quotes Idan Greidinger, CEO of the park, “In central Poland, close to Warsaw and Lodz, easily accessible from other parts of the country and Europe, we are creating a tropical paradise. Guests can play or relax in the shade of palm trees. Our goal is to provide them with the best service and the feeling that they are on a magical exotic holiday.”

The water park will be divided into three zones: Jamango, Relax and Saunaria. The first one will house slides (the length of one of them will be 320 meters) and water attractions — a pool with artificial waves, a “wild river”, as well as an outdoor thermal pool and children’s pools. About 300 palm trees will be planted in this part of the water park. “The Relax Zone is a place where you can relax surrounded by 400 palm trees, mainly imported from Florida, Malaysia and Costa Rica,” the Park of Poland website notes. There will be a thermal pool, massage rooms, solariums. On sunny days, the sunroof will allow you to sunbathe in the open sun. It is planned to place 10 baths and saunas from different countries of the world, a salt grotto, a snow room, etc. in the Saunaria zone.

The construction of the water park near Warsaw began in 2017. The cost of the complex was then estimated at 150 million euros. Investors include Samsung and Pepsi.

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Suntago – the largest water park in Europe is located in Poland

Europe’s largest water park Suntago Wodny Świat is being built in the Masovian Voivodeship in the very center of Poland. The entire complex of Suntago Water World will consist of a water park, several hotels, including bars, restaurants, a convention and shopping center, theme parks, office buildings, and even high-end residential buildings.

Suntago Water World at the finishing stage. In the largest indoor water park in Europe, construction work is already being completed. The launch of the water park and water attractions is planned for the first half of 2020.

Construction Water World Suntago

The largest water park in Central and Eastern Europe will be able to accommodate up to 15,000 people per day. For such a large number of guests, a 90,000-square-meter car park is being built in front of the building. m for 2,500 vehicles. Samsung and Pepsi are sponsors of Suntago Waterworld.

Suntago Waterworld nearing completion

Suntago reference information

  • 32 waterslides with a total length of more than 3 km
  • 320 m – the length of the longest slide in Europe
  • Adventure river with a total length of 150 m
  • training simulator

  • Wave pool 820 sq. m
  • 15,000 – how many people can fit in the Santago Water World in one day
  • 2,500 free parking spaces
  • over 8,000 guest lockers
  • more than 10 different types of saunas
  • 70,000 sq. m – building area
  • 20 ha – the entire plot of land on which Suntago Wodny Świat will be built
  • 20,000 sq. m. m – an exotic garden adjacent to the pool
  • 3500 sq. m – the total area of ​​the pool
  • 1000 sq. m – the area of ​​the largest indoor pool
  • 700 real palm trees in the garden
  • 6 restaurants and 5 bars by the pools
    investment value: 150 million euros

How to get to Suntago Waterworld

You can get to Suntago from the A2 motorway or the S8 expressway.
The water park is located 40 km from Warsaw, 70 km from Łódź and 200 km from Torun, between the A2 motorway and the S8 expressway.

Address of the water park

Wręcza (name of the village, sounds like Vrenča), ul. Żukowska, 96-320 (index).
Official website of

Prices for tickets to Suntago

Unfortunately, it is not yet known how much a ticket to the water park will cost. Pricing in this matter is ongoing. However, the investor guarantees that the price tag will be attractive. The park will be available throughout the year. Ticket prices may vary depending on the season and the type of package. There are additional discounts for children’s tickets.

The Suntago Water Park is a complex of more than 20 hectares located in the village of Wencza (between Łódź and Warsaw). The water part – Suntago Water World offers 3 km of slides, 700 real palm trees, a huge pool, thermal waters and much more.

The Suntago complex consists of three different themed areas:

  1. Saunaria . Saunaria – includes more than 10 themed saunas, massage rooms, mineral pools and solariums. Visitors will be able to relax there, surrounded by 700 real palm trees and swim in the 1,000 square meter indoor pool.
  2. Jamango . Jamango Water Jungle – More than 3 km of water slides are planned here, including the longest water slide in Europe with a length of 320 meters. In this zone, children, adults and parents can have fun on 30 different slides and in waters with waves or on the so-called fast rivers. The water playground is specially designed for parents with children.
  3. Relax . Wellness & SPA – massages, facial and body treatments, eyelashes and eyebrows – this is only the initial list of services in the wellness area.

Suntago Water Park is open from 10.00 to 22.00, on holidays and weekends it opens one hour earlier at 9.00. Parking for visitors is free.

Suntago Water Park Entry Prices

Discounts available for children, disabled people, pregnant women, students, seniors and group visits.

The ticket price varies depending on the area visited. The more zones you choose, the cheaper each of them. But keep in mind that the water park is very large, before visiting, calculate the time so that you have enough time to visit all the places that you have planned. Tickets are cheaper on weekdays, more expensive on weekends.

Minimum ticket – 2 hours (PLN 59 for an adult in the Jamango zone)

Unlimited ticket for an adult in all zones for the whole day – PLN 129.

Price of tickets to the Jamango zone

Full day:

Adult (18-65 years old) – PLN 99
Teenager (16-18 years old) – PLN 99
Child (under 16 years old) – PLN 85
Senior citizen (60082 + years) – PLN 85
Pregnant – PLN 85
Disabled – PLN 85
Child (up to 120 cm) – PLN 79
Infant (0 – 3 months) – PLN 1

4 hours:

Adult (18 – 65 years old) ) – PLN 79
Teenager (16 – 18 years old) – PLN 79
Child (under 16 years old) – 69PLN
Senior Citizen (65+ years) – PLN 69
Pregnant – PLN 69
Disabled – PLN 69
Child (up to 120 cm) – PLN 59
Infant (0 – 3) – PLN 1

2 hours:

Adult 90 (18 – 65 years) – PLN 59
Teenager (16 – 18 years) – PLN 59
Child (under 16) – PLN 49
Senior citizen (65 + years) – PLN 49
Pregnant – PLN 49
Disabled – 49 PLN
Child (up to 120 cm) – PLN 39
Infant (0 – 3) – PLN 1

Ticket price for two zones: Jamango and Relax

Full day:

Adult (18 – 65 years old) – PLN 114
Teenager (16 – 18 years old) – PLN 114
Senior citizen (65 + years) – PLN 104
Pregnant – PLN 104
For the disabled – PLN 104

4 hours:

Adult (18 – 65 years old) – PLN 94
Teenager (16 – 18 years old) – PLN 94
Senior citizen (65+ years) – PLN 84
Pregnant – PLN 84
For the disabled – PLN 84

2 hours:

Adult (18 – 65 years old) – PLN 74
Teenager (16-18 years old) – PLN 74
Senior citizen (65+ years) – PLN 64
Pregnant women – PLN 64
Disabled persons – PLN 64

Adult (18 – 65 years old) – PLN 129
Teenager (16 – 18 years old) – PLN 129
Senior citizen (65 + years) – PLN 119
Pregnant – PLN 119
Disabled – PLN 119


Adult (18 – 65 years old) – PLN 109
Teenager (16 – 18 years old) – PLN 109PLN
Senior citizen (65+ years) – PLN 99
Pregnant – PLN 99
Disabled – PLN 99

2 hours:

Adult (18 – 65 years) – PLN 89
Teen (16 – 18) – PLN 902 Senior Citizen (65+ years) – PLN 79,
Pregnant – PLN 79,
Disabled – PLN 79

The ticket price does not include beauty treatments in Wellness & SPA and products sold in restaurants and shops.

Do you want to work in a water park?

About 450 employees are currently being recruited, including 100 for customer service, more than 80 employees in the SPA, Beauty & Relax zone, more than 50 chefs and 20 lifeguards. The most interesting job offers will also include 10 jobs for sauna masters, i.e. specialists in the “ritual of staying in the sauna”, and gardeners – tending palm trees and caring for other green spaces.

Candidates for employment at Suntago:

  • therapists;
  • massage therapists;
  • beauticians;
  • cashiers;
  • cleaners;
  • gastronomy employees (cooks, waiters, bartenders).

More information about vacancies on the website

In addition to the above, employees of the technical department, customer service department, marketing, finance and HR are needed.

Suntago water attractions

Suntago Aquapark offers its guests 3 themed zones: Jamango wodna dżungla, Relax Suntago and Saunaria Suntago. Each of them has several different directions of attractions, so that each visitor can find the most exciting one for himself.

Jamango wodna dżungla

Jamango wodna dżungla

Jumango water jungle will be located in the first zone with two indoor pools with a total area of ​​1645 sq. m. m and one outdoor thermal pool with a bar area of ​​215 sq. m, where lovers of water entertainment can meet with a wild river with a length of 427 sq. m and gusty waves, as well as use Surf-Air technology, which is a surf simulator. For lovers of water slides, Suntago Water World offers 32 slides with a total length of more than 3 kilometers and the longest slide in Europe with a length of 320 meters. The first zone will also have a hot water playground and a children’s pool.

Jumango Water Jungle

Relax Suntago

Relax Suntago

The second zone is a relaxation area where guests can relax surrounded by 400 real palm trees brought mainly from Florida, Malaysia and Costa Rica.