The Aquapalace is located in the village of Čestlice in the Prague-East District, a short distance from the D1 motorway and about 16 km from Prague centre. With an area of over 9,000 m², this sports-relaxation centre is the largest water park in Central Europe. The Aquapalace consists of the Water and Sauna Words, Spa & Wellness Centre and the Fitness Centre. The Water World includes a 450-metre long wild river, artificial waves, steep slides, 12 action water slides (including the longest one in the Czech Republic), the adventure Spacebowl water slide and the Coral Dome with seawater aquariums. During summer months, visitors can use the outdoor relaxation area with sunbeds and a bar. There is also a play area for children. The Sauna Word in the Auqapalace Průhonice offers 14 different saunas, the Roman Baths and the outdoor section. The admission fee to the Sauna Word includes a free ticket to the Water World. The complex features two restaurants and several cafés and bars. Adjacent to the water park is also the Aquapalace Hotel Prague with 231 hotel rooms, which offers direct access to the Aquapalace.
Useful information for visitors
Public transport connections
The closest public transport stops near the Aquapalace Prague:
- Čestlice bus stop
- Kika-Aquapalace bus stop
- V Oblouku bus stop
- Opatov metro station (from there it is necessary to take a bus)
- regular Aquabus line on the Chodov-Opatov route
There is a paid car park in front of the water park with 600 parking spaces in two parking garages (50 CZK/day).
Opening hours and admission
For up-to-date information about the admission fees and opening hours of the Aquapalace Prague, visit the official website.
Interesting facts about Aquapalace Prague
The Aquapalace Prague also offers a number of special classes – swimming, diving and aqua aerobics – and a summer suburban camp for children.