If you’re searching for a fun family activity, a water park experience in Germany is a great choice. We’ve chosen some of the greatest water parks that provide both indoor and outdoor entertainment. Zip down twisting flumes and catch waves in enormous lagoons. So grab your swimsuit and head to one of the country’s most thrilling water playgrounds.
Aqualand Freizeitbad, Cologne
AQUALAND offers a fun-filled day for the whole family, with something for everyone. Water slides abound for adrenaline seekers. Dare to ride the AquaLoop, Germany’s first of its type, which incorporates a trapdoor that drops you into a ten-metre freefall. This allows you to build up speed for the ride’s high point: a 360° loop that takes you around at 50 km/h.
Galaxy Erding, Erding
The largest water park in Europe is Galaxy Erding. It’s recognized for blending cutting-edge technology with high-octane thrills, including as virtual reality (VR) water slides that provide an out-of-this-world experience. Put on a pair of VR goggles and navigate a virtual river hanging in space as you slide down the 160-meter long tube.
Three peaceful thermal bath complexes are also part of the park’s award-winning spa experience. The baths receive their water from a sulfur deposit discovered underground in the 1980s.
Bayern – Park, Reisbach
Bayern-Park features everything a thrill seeker could want, including a slew of hair-raising roller coasters and Germany’s biggest whitewater rafting adventure, which runs for almost 600 meters across the park. Jump aboard a historic paddle boat and cruise the attractions of the park’s enormous human-made lake for a calmer water experience.
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