Aquapark Sopot - the best slides and swimming pools for children and adults in the Tri-City
Updated: Nov 9
Are you looking for a place where you can have fun, relax and get away from everyday life? Do you want to surprise your family or friends with an unforgettable attraction? Do you like water madness and adrenaline? If so, I have a perfect proposition for you - Aquapark Sopot!
Aquapark Sopot is the largest water park in the Tri-City. You will find everything you need for great fun - from slides and pools of varying difficulty and depth to saunas, spas and bowling alleys. This is a place that will satisfy both children and adults.
In this article I will tell you why it is worth visiting Aquapark Sopot, what you will see and do there, how to get there and how much you will pay for the ticket. Get ready for an amazing adventure in the world of water and fun!
What are the main attractions of the Aquapark in Sopot?
Aquapark is located in Sopot at 5 Zamkowa Góra Street, near the beach and the pier. The water park was built near the Miramar hotel in the Sopot Kamienny Potok district.
It was put into use in 2002 and became one of the first water parks in Poland. Recently, it underwent a major renovation which restored its reputation as one of the best facilities of this type in the country.
It is an ideal place for lovers of water fun and relaxation in saunas or an excellent spa.
In Aquapark Sopot you can take advantage of many attractions, such as:
Swimming pool complex - with a sports, recreational and wave pool, paddling pools for children and jacuzzi.
Slides - 6 slides of varying difficulty and length, including a wild river that is partly outside the facility.
Saunas and spa - relaxation area with 9 saunas of different temperatures and humidity, brine pool, ice and snow grotto, Jacuzzi and relaxation zone. You can also take advantage of a wide range of massages and cosmetic treatments.
Restaurant and bar - where you can eat something delicious and drink refreshing or alcoholic beverages.
Aquapark Sopot is a place that will provide you with unforgettable impressions and emotions. Don't wait and visit it today!
What are the prices and opening hours of Aquapark Sopot?
The price list of Aquapark Sopot depends on the day of the week, the type of ticket and the length of stay.
1h ticket- from PLN 37 to PLN 49 depending on day and relief
3h ticket - from PLN 75 to PLN 92 depending on day and relief
Unlimited ticket- from PLN 95 to PLN 125 depending on from day and relief
Extend your stay - PLN 1/min
Rent of a towel/supplies - PLN 20
Reduced tickets are available for children under 16, pupils and students, people over 65 and people with disabilities. A family ticket is a minimum of 1 child from 3 to 16 years old and a maximum of 2 guardians. Price for one person. Children up to 3 years of age enter the swimming pool free of charge. A detailed price list of the Aquapark can be found under this link PRICE LIST
How to get to the Aquapark?
If you want to get to Aquapark Sopot from Gdańsk, the best means of transport will be the SKM agglomeration railway or a taxi.
Here's how to get to the Aquapark:
SKM - trains depart from the main railway station in Gdańsk side of Sopot every 20 minutes on average. The journey takes about 15 minutes and costs from PLN 2.20 to PLN 4.40 depending on the concession. You should get off at the Sopot Kamienny Potok station and walk to the Aquapark (about 15-20 minutes).
Taxi - if you are traveling with family or friends, you can order a taxi. The cost of such a trip is on average PLN 70 one way and takes about 20-30 minutes, depending on traffic. A taxi will take you directly to the entrance to the Aquapark.
Finally, you can choose your own car, right next to the aquapark there is a paid parking lot "PLN 6 per hour", keep in mind that Sopot hosts a lot of events and especially during the season it can be difficult to find a parking space.