There are days when the weather is simply not good enough for heading outdoors or visiting historic landmarks. And water parks are great for such days! Tunnel slides, water slides, black holes, space-bowl, wild rivers, pirate ships, Jacuzzis, whirlpools or waves. Both children and adults can enjoy all of that across the Czech Republic. Many of the water parks are open year-round, and as such you can enjoy the fun, wellness and sports in many forms whatever the weather. And what water park attraction do you like the most?

Aquapark Čestlice

If you are in Prague or Central Bohemia looking for a warm place to stay while the storm passes, Aquapark Čestlice near Prague is a good choice. It is one of the largest water parks in Central Europe. You can look forward to an amazing water world, various saunas, spa and modern fitness. The area is divided into several parts, for example, there is the Treasure Palace for your children, the Adventure Palace for a bit of adrenalin or the Relaxation Palace. The sauna world goes without saying. The water park also offers accommodation so you can make the most of your day.

Aquacentrum Šutka

The Šutka swimming pool in Prague is one of the most modern water parks. It offers a 50-metre indoor swimming pool, as well as whirlpools, a wild river, two tunnel slides, a waterfall, a relaxation pool, a wading pool for children, a water bar with refreshments and wellness. The water park is situated on a hill above Prague, offering a beautiful view of Prague, the Vltava River and the entire Prague valley from the terrace in summer.

Aqualand Moravia Pasohlávky

They say that summer never ends. In south Moravia, not far from Brno, you will find a water park with the most attractions under one roof – there are 14 pools, 20 tunnel slides, 24 saunas and a restaurant. The pools are filled with thermal water mixed to always be warm and pleasant. The outdoor thermal pools have a pleasant temperature of 37°C. The main attraction is the tunnel slide that is 17 metres high! One could say that it is a water roller-coaster... The children’s world is one of the largest ones you can find in the Czech Republic. Other attractions include the Snow Cave and the outdoor Panorama Sauna with a view of Pálava.

Velké Losiny Thermal Park

The thermal park in Velké Losiny, in the foothills of the Jeseníky Mountains in Moravia, is unique because the pools are filled with natural thermal water. There are several pools there, one of which is called Therapeutic where you can not only relax, but also take care of your skin thanks to the effects of the mineral water. Naturally, there are various attractions, slides and other fun things one can find in a water park.

Thermalium Teplice

The Teplice Spa in northwest Bohemia is known for its history and spa tradition. The recently opened area in the Beethoven bath house called Thermalium also follows this tradition. It is a complex of the largest and warmest pools with purely thermal water in Bohemia. The sauna world and the children’s wellness centre is a bit smaller, and we recommend this place to those who enjoy peace and quiet!

Municipal Spa Aquacentrum in Hradec Králové

All you need to be happy in the water can also be found in the east Bohemian Municipal Spa in Hradec Králové. You can go down an 82-metre-long tunnel slide with light effects, swim in the pool, enjoy artificial waves, and rest in a whirlpool or a hot pool. Visitors who want relaxation can enjoy the round pool with bubble beds at a temperature of 37°C. There are water jets and an artificial current in the pool. The sauna and massages go without saying.

AquaPark Frymburk

The quiet village of Frymburk lies in South Bohemia, by the Lipno reservoir. There, you will find one of the largest wellness hotels in the Czech Republic. And what would a wellness hotel do without any swimming pools, whirlpools, tunnel slides and heated outdoor pools? There are three of them, all of which are open year-round. Watching the snowy peaks of the nearby Šumava Mountains is the best from the comfortably warm water at a temperature around 36°C...

Jihlava Water Paradise

You would not find a better water park in Vysočina than the one in Jihlava. It has indoor and outdoor areas, some of which are open year-round. In addition to pools, there is also a tunnel slide, bubble beds, massage jets, saunas, a wading pool for children and massages. Those who love summer outdoor sports can enjoy the beach volleyball courts, tennis courts, or a court for a special Czech sport called nohejbal, which is a mixture of tennis, volleyball and football.

Aquaforum in Františkovy Lázně

There is also a water park in west Bohemia, in Františkovy Lázně. There are pools with the minimum water temperature of 28°C, you can get pampered and massaged by the water wall massage, air massage beds, air bubble bath, hot springs or in the sauna. Smaller children can enjoy the outdoor playground and a pool, older children the tunnel slide. Athletes can use the outdoor beach volleyball court. There is a Spa Clinic where you can choose from a wide range of traditional spa procedures with the guaranteed use of the local natural curative resources.