Blog Article / 11 September 2021
It’s Family Time! The Best Amusement Parks in Poland
Are you traveling to Poland and want to have an adventure with your family in an amusement park but don't know which one you should choose? You are in the right place! Below you will find out which Polish water park is the best for you, where you can have some fun with dinosaurs or discover the greatest theme park in Poland.
Poland is a real treat for tourists who love entertainment! This country is an ideal spot for family holidays. Regardless of the season or the weather, the tourist attractions in Poland are numerous. You can spend your days having fun in amusement parks, practicing your climbing skills in rope parks, jumping on trampolines, or relaxing in the magnificent thermal pools located in the heart of the most picturesque Polish mountains. So don’t wait another second, pack your bags and begin the most amusing family trip to Poland!
About 60 kilometres away from Warsaw, you may find Suntago – the largest water park in Europe. The aquapark is a new attraction that opened in 2020. The park is divided into relax, fun and spa zones. The possibilities to spend your time in Suntago are endless. You can try out 32 different water slides, swim in 18 different pools, go to 13 spa salons, or relax in 10 various saunas. In a nutshell, there’s something for everyone. The dining area welcomes you with five restaurants serving delightful international cuisine. What’s more, there are four water bars where you can treat yourself to delicious cocktails. Suntago perfectly combines leisure with relaxation, and its close location to Warsaw allows you to get to your destination very conveniently. You can either travel by car, bus or choose the most comfortable option which is the Suntago tour organised by our travel agency. There’s no doubt, visiting Suntago is an unforgettable experience.
2. Bukovina Thermal Baths
Venturing down a winding road in Bukowina Tatrzańska, you may find a great stop – Bukovina Thermal Baths. If you dream of enjoying thermal water with numerous massagers whilst admiring the breath-taking mountain views surrounding the water park, this place is made for you. No matter what season it is, Bukovina is a great idea for tourists at any age. Your kids will definitely fall in love with the water slides and the magical water cave. This aquapark is also a great spot for those who love active holidays and want to take part in aqua aerobic sessions organised by the staff.
3. Uniejów Thermal Baths
Imagine a city with large thermal baths, great sightseeing areas, natural parks and direct access to the beautiful Warta river. If you dream of spending a weekend in a place like this, you should definitely go to Uniejów. It’s one of the oldest towns located in central Poland with lots of historic sightseeing areas. Once you get there, you should visit the castle and the 14th-century collegiate church, take a stroll in the castle’s natural park and swim in the Uniejów water park with both outdoor and indoor thermal pools. For those who seek more ways to relax, we recommend booking chocolate, beer, wine, rose or lavender bath in Kasztel Uniejów Hotel &Spa.
Rollercoasters, water slides, Ferris wheels, trampolines, dinosaurs and carousels – you can choose what you like the most. You will find all these attractions and much more in the Polish amusement parks! Let’s take a closer look at the places that should be put on the top of your travel list.
How about visiting a rollercoaster paradise? But before you go, get ready for the most energetic days of your life. Located in a lovely small town – Zator, Energylandia is the largest amusement park in Poland. It invites you to try the most extreme rollercoasters, numerous water attractions, family zones, dragon town, and spaces where your kids can find the characters from their favourite films. Together with your family, you may explore different worlds and watch spectacular shows performed in the park.
The number of attractions is so overwhelming that you may want to spend a few days in Energylandia. Of course, it’s possible since there are a few hotels on the park’s territory. But if you decide to go on a one-day trip, you can sign up for our Energylandia park day tour. If you prefer travelling on your own, you can get there by car, which takes one hour drive from Cracow. Another option is to take a local bus which brings the tourists from Cracow to the park. The timetable is available on the Energylandia homepage. Remember that Energylandia is closed during the wintertime, so check the online calendar to learn when you can visit the place.
2. Jurassic parks
Another great way to spend your family holidays in Poland is to visit numerous Jurassic parks. In the dinosaur’s parks, you can teach your children about the most interesting Polish natural landscapes and watch the figures of the most dangerous and extraordinary dinosaurs. Where to find Jurassic parks in Poland? Take a look at the following list and the map of possible destinations:
- Park Dinozaurów Dinozatorland, Zator.
- Park Dinozaurówi Rozrywki Dinolandia, Inwałd Park.
- Dino Park, Szklarska Poręba.
- JuraPark Bałtów
- JuraPark Krasiejów.
- Park DinozaurówDino Park, Malbork.
- Łeba Park, Nowęcin.
- Park Dinozaurów, Karłów Góry Stołowe.
3. Rope parks
For those who love heights and climbing, we highly recommend visiting Polish rope parks. There’s no way to get bored in a place like that. Amongst many rope parks in Poland, you can find Jumpy Park in Malbork, Tarzania Park close to Szczecin, Adrenalina Park in Sokolniki, or a rope park in Powsin – the closest one to Warsaw. If you crave adventures, climbing on the treetops will surely live up to your expectations.
4. Trampoline parks
For even crazier experience, you should hop into Polish trampoline parks. If you stay in Warsaw, you can choose Hangar 646 – the network of indoor trampoline parks situated in Mokotów, Gocław and Targówek districts. This jungle gym is full of trampolines, games and slides suitable not only for children! The older visitors will surely enjoy practicing jumping tricks and having fun in the gymnastic zones.
Poland is a great country for all fun-seekers who want their days to be filled with numerous entertaining activities. Whether it’s sunny or rainy, whether you travel alone or with your family, there’s always an exceptional place to stop by. So don’t hesitate and get ready for your spectacular trip!
Written by Sylwia Sienicka, Aug 2021
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