5 Best Water Parks in Germany
There are many ways to cool off during the German summer. Take a dip in the city's Wasserspielplatz (water parks), take a dip in the lake or one of the best beaches in Germany, or you can even go to the other side and steam in the sauna. But the most fun in summer is going to a water park.
Perfect for children and adults, the German water parks (Freizeitbad) are a new development, but these water destinations are a great place to enjoy the waves. Typically a combination of indoor and outdoor pools for year-round fun, they feature huge slides, multiple pools, and spa facilities.
Glide through the 5 best water parks in Germany.
1. Tropical Islands
Located on the outskirts of Berlin, Tropical Islands stands on a gigantic dome that can be seen for miles away. Visitors are transported to a more tropical location when they enter. It has mild temperatures throughout the year and attractions for the whole family:
The park is the size of eight football fields, enough to house the world's largest indoor rainforest, man-made beach, tropical spa and sauna complex spanning over 10,000 square meters, four water slides (Rutschen) with speeds of up to 70 km / h including an internal balloon floating 60 meters in the air.
2. GALAXY Erding
The largest water slides in Europe and the largest spa in the country combine in 145,000 m² of the perfect water park in Germany. Therme Erding attracts around 1.5 million visitors a year!
With slides that add up to 2,500 meters of ascents and descents, this is a state-of-the-art water park. Highlights include Magic Eye, a 360-meter closed tube slide, supposedly the longest in the world. In summer, the garden, outdoor pool and pool bars open with sports facilities for beach volleyball, table tennis and playgrounds.
At the VitalOase spa, visitors can take a break under the relaxing palm trees. Visit areas like the Royal Spa, which is in the style of Venetian palaces. And unlike some of the other sites on the list, the sauna is kid-friendly and offers even the largest infrared family sauna in the world.
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3. Badeparadies Schwarzwald
The exciting water park has 18 slides and a huge wave pool to simulate all the fun on the beach.
There are attractions suitable for all levels of swimmer, including Germany's longest 4-lane carpet slide for adventurers. Also, keep an eye out for the blog as it regularly features themed events like Magic Fairy Tales.
Did you have a lot of fun in the sun? Relax in the Palm and Wellness Oasis area with several saunas.
Not limited to water attractions, Europa-Park is a complete amusement park. There are themed lands, roller coasters, and stage shows.
In summer, water rides are at the forefront. Atlantica SuperSplash, Poseidon Water Coaster, and Tirol Log Flume Ride provide exciting thrills.
If you go in winter, be aware that most of the water attractions are closed due to freezing temperatures. But you can still take a dip in the hotel's pools all year round.
Located near Stuttgart, this luxurious seaside town features a wave pool, lazy river, lap and outdoor pools, and exciting themed slides. The Black Hole slide surrounds the sliders in the dark, while the jump slide puts swimmers into action.
After the excitement, sit back and relax in the sauna. There are aroma and meditation facilities with everything from a panoramic sauna to a fireplace. The German Sauna Association has already awarded the place five stars. Elegant!
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