For the feeling of endless summer, at Suntago the sun never sets…
Opened, quite literally, just weeks before the first lockdown, Suntago have bounced back from this inauspicious beginning to become one of Poland’s biggest and best-known tourist attractions – a status befitting of a place billed as Europe’s largest water park. And yes, water is the central element with this 67,000 sq/m tropical haven making the experience all the more convincing with hundreds of palms and plants sourced from Florida, Malaysia and beyond.
Yep, just 45-minutes from downtown Warsaw, idle in tropical temperatures under a stunning glass canopy before hitting features such as the wave pool or drifting down a ‘river of adventures’ lined with treasure chests and stalactites – and that’s before experiencing the likes of the two ‘Dead Sea’ brine pools.
Irresistible as these attractions may seem, they pale compared against the thirty plus slides, each with their own revealing title: Neon Torpedo, Mad Crocodile, Green Mamba and Jaw Drop (think vertical descent!). Boasting also Europe’s longest slide, as well as host of wellness facilities, VIP packages, restaurants, a sauna complex and, even, accommodation, it’s little wonder that Suntago has become a bi-word for adventure. Note: to skip the queue at the start, buy tickets in advance online.