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Aquapalace Praha, Prague

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All ages can have a blast at Aquapalace Praha, a water park boasting a variety of themed sections. The various "palaces" and zones here each feature their own set of attractions, including water slides, pools, and play areas. Learn to dive in the diving pool or explore the underwater life in the coral dome. Adults traveling with little ones can leave them at the children’s corner under the care of qualified staff, and take a moment to slip away to the sauna, spa, or fitness areas. Our Prague trip builder makes visiting Aquapalace Praha and other Prague attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The rooms are very small, you can hardly move around. And this was on "Executive floor". I wonder what type of rooms are on the offer in "non executive floor". The breakfasts are quite modest (small s...  more »
  • Aquapark Prague-great place to all-day relaxation and fun for the entire family. 2 a visit, I decided to write a few great tips for families with small children. After 1 is primarily a food as elsewhere in such places. The prices are not adequate to the quality of the products. Children can eat French fries with bits of chicken. Price is 85ck + separately for chips 35ck + of course, Coca cola or something else in the amount of 330 ml for 35 ck it gives us some £ 25 for food for 8-10 years old. 2-zaobserwowalam with a lot of mothers brings bags of food and drink. And later on the site have their drinks and sandwiches. A ticket for the family 2 + 2 1440ck-236zl at a rate of 0.164 ck as larger child after above 150 cm make us pay extra not remember how much see you on the price list.
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  • During my trip I usually devote the last day to relax at a spa. Prague is not a city with thermal waters, but the renowned Karlovy Vary is too far away, and so I decide to fall back on this property located just outside the city in an area with numerous shopping centers, easy to reach and get off at the penultimate stop on the red line (Opatov) and from there continue by bus every hour put freely available from the complex. Imagine now a prefab was identical to those that host in all suburbs of Italian cities, megastores as Media World, Leroy Merlin, Decathlon etc.: is a building of these (great idea) that develops this complex, which is divided into two areas: on the one hand, water park, ideal for families, the other spa. For the equivalent of just less than 30 euros you can buy the ticket for the whole day (also available ticket for one, two or three hours) in a modern paradise of relaxation, which is distinguished by the countless number of saunas (from laconium for beginners to "sauna vulcano" at 100 degrees through the classic Finnish sauna, ecosauna, Turkish and aromatic bath) Roman bath, jacuzzi (outdoor), and relaxation areas to enjoy the silence. Everything would be perfect, except that the afternoon the complex tends to crowd dangerously, even on weekdays. And spa crowded is anything but enjoyable, especially if (more unique than rare) are allowed even children. Finally, the staff is not the most friendly and speak bad English. A real shame, considering that such structures in Italy we dream of. I forgot: we in Central Europe, and the sauna is strictly Naturel. So if you are bigots who qaulity easily or you feel embarrassed to show you naked (something that in civilized countries is lived with extreme ease, as if it were something completely normal), avoided.
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  • I loved this place, my wife found the pools slightly cold but enjoyed the hot tubs and water slides. The spa is OK, but is a nude spa which could be uncomfortable for some. The outside area was chilly in October (no surprise!) but seemed ideal for summer. Water slides aren't monitored by staff and feature a *lot* of water splashing into your face- if you don't like the sound of this its probably not for you!
  • Looks good place but I had a really bad experience on the slides, definitely not the safest wild river to take your children as I am a professional swimmer myself. I got onto a slide got trapped halfway down while others from the public started hitting into me nobody knew I was injured on my knee and I had no choice to rescue myself to the bottom. Staff was completely unprofessional to take control of my injuries had to go hospital been on crutches for over a month now. I got solicitors involve as the medication cost me ex amount of money. Try to avoid this park before somebody gets hurt from your family. Regards Alena zvolankova
  • Today I was at the Aquapalace in Prague.I had an very terrible accident and had to go to the hospital immediately. But the ambulence took one hour to arrive at he aquapalace. Even though i was in pain.
  • We went for 3 hours. It was on Saturday but was not crowded. They have many kinds of water sliders. And outside pool connected with inside pool. They make WAVE pool. The deep is from 0-1.8m. There are some restaurants where you can have some meal. I had self taking salad. And panini. They also have ice cream and palačinky czech crepe. You can take a shower there. You will get a chip to enter and it can be used for paying for food in this area. So you don't need to bring money inside.
  • Big, fun and entertaining aquapark. Lots of swimming pools, slides and other water-related attractions. There are bars inside so you can eat or have a drink without leaving the place. Actually, you can have a drink while being in the pool.