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Aquópolis Cullera, Valencia Reviews
Lorella LAugust 20, 2017
Très bien pour les enfants mais trop cher et trop d attente pour manger l organisation des Resto est nulle pas assez de personnel pour le monde qu il y a et le parking payant à 4.20 euros c est du fou... more »Very good for children but too expensive and too waiting to eat the Organization of restaurant sucks not enough personnel for the world that there and parking to 4.20 euros c's foutage of mouth I n definitely not too bad for my son who apreciate
hachazoAugust 18, 2017
el precio de 23 € la entrada, los niños casi no tienen descuento , 19,50€, las tarifas dependen del día y de si se compran online o en taquilla, pero ya me parece suficiente para encontrarte con un se... more »the price of admission, children €23 they have almost no discount, €19.50, the rates depend on the day and if you buy online or at the box office, but already it seems to me enough to find you with a good service, but not so, despite that price you'll also have to pay 4.20 by the parking and 5.80 for a locker, so far what it costs you to any , but after that they make you feel a poor unfortunate because you have to wait in line to pick up a float for 40 minutes but rent one for €16, which also are rented in the first half hour of the opening of the Park, instead of putting more floats, put "private" half and eternalize the queues, there are enough PEAR room leave towels but the sunbeds are also for rent food can get it while not Tin or glass, eating there leaves for 10-15 euros depending on whether you want to eat garbage or waste produced, baso Coke € 3 and several nonsense as well .the changing dan Peña and the bathrooms need a good review, attractions are overcrowded and the main attraction (the cobra) has long closed. The lifeguards are very attentive, the poor must hate his work, throughout the day by calling attention to unwise. There are also personnel that makes you photographs that then printed and you sold at € 10, it seems to me twice that I am willing to pay, finally seen what ultimately the antiquity of the Park and the service, do not recommend unless you stay in the children's area, any attempt to access floats or high slides will be a desperation and you only will know the primitive human behavior of not knowing how to hold a tail without attempting to gatecrash. in the end all thought for squeezes to the last penny, I daily which is as a mobile company that hides that fares do not include fixed line or aircraft you now charged for choosing seat and at the end by the management. My final score is due to the lack of honesty and service not suitable to the price.
Pepe VAugust 17, 2017
Sabíamos que el parque no era del todo bueno, pero así y todo fuimos con la esperanza de pasar un buen día, además habíamos comprado las entradas online a un precio de 18€. Pues bien, nada más llegar ... more »We knew that the Park was not at all well, but as well and all we were hoping to have a good day, had also bought tickets online at a price of € 18. As well, upon arrival we pay €4.20 parking, and when you enter, if you want a ticket, €5,20 more. Of expenditure in expenditure and payment because my turn. Prices aside, the Park very badly. Note that it is old, slide the slopes, waves pool every 45 min, an attraction was closed, the other attractions only valian fire it a couple of minutes worth 2, the black hole, for which you had to do in total almost 1 hour of tail that you expect to float and then tail of attraction , and the quick slide, he just didn't you can trash sitting. The bad and expensive bars. That said, if you want to go to a good water amusement park, this site is not the place
Not sure what people are talking about renting floaters. No such thing exists. This park is amazing for young and old. Loads of slides kids play area wave machines rides. The best water park I've ever been too and I've been to a few. Negative points are. 1. Rental of sun loungers. 4 euro each 2. Same old high prices for food etc etc. If you are all inclusive holiday take some water/drinks with you to save money. Dolphin show at 4 pm is amazing also. It really is a great place to spend a day or two. Enjoy people.
It's a very poor waterpark. We only went because I butchered up the train tickets to aquarama in benicassim ( which has far better reviews). Aquapolis is undoubtedly a rip off. €23 and there's basically 2/3 rides which we could kind of enjoy as 18 year olds (and even they were rather slow and boring). Lockers were a rip off at €5.50. The guy at the entrance was also a killjoy and seemed to get annoyed at me for asking where I could get a map. On the plus side, the food is decent, they had a lady leading a dance session in the pool which was a lot of fun in all honesty and the first aid team was attentive and very helpful when I broke my toenail off. All in all, don't waste your money here. I still had a good time but only as I was with my friends.
Parking costs 3.90 Euro extra, is called " aparcamientos vigilados" but another big sign says there is neither control nor responsibility from them on the cars or the content. For most of the attractions you need some floaters. Either you rent for the day at very high prices (8 Euro for a single, 15 Euro for a double, if I remember well) or you have to queue for a long time to get one of the "free" ones. In any case, the floaters for rent are already all given after a couple of hours, so take one soon if you need to. Finally, the offer of attractions is not really the best, compared with other aquatic parks. Summary: very disappointing :-(
JAVI MORAGreat place to spend a few hours of fun and entertainment. I advise to bring socks to not burn you feet can make use of them even to the attractions.
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