Top 4 Must-See Water Parks in Europe

Searching for a water park that will give you a unique experience in 2020? If you are planning to visit Europe, here are some of the best water parks in the entire continent. These water parks are open all year round and offer plenty of thrills for kids as well as adults.

1. Lalandia – Billund, Denmark

Get ready to experience a Nordic adventure. Lalandia is Scandinavia’s biggest water park and features family-friendly slides which include such attractions as the Twister and Octopus. Another captivating feature you will find here is the heated water pools as well as a lazy stream.

Lalandia in Billund, Denmark, is Scandinavia's biggest water park
Lalandia is Scandinavia‘s largest water park

Traveling as a family? Kids tend to love the Cave Pool due to the eye-catching coral reefs and colorful fish. The aromatherapy saunas offer are perfect if you need to relax while the children visit Aqua Splash water playground. The young ones will also love Monky Tonky indoor playland and bowling. Oh and did I mention the tiny water slides specifically for kids? 😉

2. Siam Park – Tenerife, Spain

The outstanding Siam Park is designed according to its name. It is an opulent Thai paradise in the middle of Tenerife. Be prepared for the multiple dragons and water-slides motivated by snake names.

Shame there are not more temples with slides instead of stairs

This sprawling Tenerife water park boasts the world’s largest artificial wave pool, including a ‘Thai Temple’ which houses a 90 foot tall (28m) water slide. That’s right, the water slide is so steep that its almost vertical! This is where you will experience the most insane ride, a favorite of boys (and men) of all ages 😉

3. Tropical Islands’ Amazonia – Brandenburg, Germany

Amazonia is located roughly an hour’s drive from Berlin. It is an extensive 35,000-square-meter paradise of water. Tropical Islands’ Amazonia also features a 27-meter high waterslide tower. It even has an indoor ocean as well as a heated lagoon.

Kids can enjoy their time in a kiddie pool that features a water play table. You can take some break after splashing around to participate in a mini-golf or an air balloon ride. Those who love nature should visit the park’s indoor rainforest with an array of worldwide plant species. And after a long day, you can visit the bubble loungers and massage pools to relax your body.

4. Aquaworld – Budapest, Hungary

Aquaworld is one of the main indoor water parks in Europe. It is located in northern Budapest and showcases a contemporary water temple inspired by Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

Additionally, Aquaworld has 11 huge waterslides inspired by names like Flying Carpet and Kamakaze. Its 19 pools include wave and surf pools, and the water park’s design fits all families. For parents, saunas and thermal baths will add to their fun as children enjoy the suspended bridges, numerous kids’ programs and so on. 

Conclusion

Determined to make your Europe tour worthwhile? The above-mentioned water attractions will help ensure you have a unique experience. However since there are way too many to explore all in a single trip, it helps to plan ahead and do your research 😉

Additional recommended European water parks include Tenerife Water Park (Spain), Adaland Water park (Turkey), and Aqua Dome (Austria), just to mention a few.

What is your favorite water park in Europe?

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