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Piterlend, St. Petersburg

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  • Permanent queues on the best roller coaster, it's around 60% of the total visits. But slides themselves are not bad. Excellent bath complex. A delightful design complex
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  • Really wanted to visit the Turkish bath. Perhaps a strange start, for a story about the water park, but he attracted me and baths. The site describes the 12 types of baths that can be visited, but in reality it can be argued that there are two times less. Because the difference between some kinds of baths is only 10-15 degrees of humidity or heat that distinguish without special equipment difficult. Let's start with the pros: 1. My wife liked that the lockers are in a common area for men and women and are robing booth immediately. Changed clothes in a stall things folded and all. For me this is rather negative, I'm used to the European separate system of changing rooms. 2. Quite a lot different slides. 3. Pure. The same was noticed a girl who took water samples from different pools. Don't know they do it for the control or it's window dressing, but in any case, suggests that they are not indifferent to the quality of water. 4. The rescuers-quite a lot of lifeguards who actually watch the waterhole where people, not talk among themselves or played into the phone. 5. No sharp smell of chlorine. 6. The kind of liked the kid's corner with small slides and pool over the knee baby. And now for the cons: 1. Transition between the zone and the zone where there are bath-just ice! There's lots of cool tiled floors and I would say that there is a draught. Pretty unpleasant. 2. The lazy river-well not at all lazy. For it is weak, no entertainment. If you compare it with the "lazy rivers" in other European water parks-it's just a corridor with water and occasionally bubbling underwater geysers. 3. "Jacuzzi"-there are certain their likeness. In them was not-as first they are not very successful. But more importantly, they don't have Fox or handrails. You immediately felt there. An elderly person or a person with weak legs will be to get out on their own. 4. shower cabins in the zone of baths and in the zone in front of the locker rooms instead of SOAP or shampoo poured some SOAP suspension. Quite unpleasant to look at. 5. Water rule banning sneaked food and beverages in glass containers. Plus or minus-decide for yourself. 6. Pretty quickly ran out of cheesecakes for Catania with slides + so long waiting lists. They probably can stand half the time spent in the water park. 7. Location. Get there on its own is a pretty difficult task. Subway go any buses, but not sure they fit right, helpful staff-perhaps you have a quarter go by foot. The bottom line: to the untrained person this Aquapark will seem very good, but for those who have been to water parks of Finland, Greece, Spain is the place falls short of the highest evaluation. We went to an evening rally for 750 rubles per person (per 3:00)-normal price that would swim in the pool and bask in the bath. But if I paid by 1200 or 1500 on weekdays on weekends (for 5:00)-I would be upset, because this money, he clearly is not worth it.
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  • The family went on a weekday in the morning on the protest. Pros morning visits-not many people, pools are not filled with tons of hair and very pleased a variety of baths-icy pools, steam saunas, dry and wet saunas and in General for all tastes. With slides, big trouble, not enough for AKVAPAKA, but the ride worth while to be losing a lot of time in queues. In general the Council-choose less popular time to enjoy swimming rather than bursts!
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