The Széchenyi Medicinal Bath in Budapest is the largest medicinal bath in Europe. Its water is supplied by two thermal springs, their temperature is 74 °C and 77 °C, respectively. Components of the thermal water include sulphate, calcium, magnesium, bicarbonate and a significant amount of fluoride acid and metaboric acid. Medical indications are on degenerative joint illnesses, chronic and sub-acute joint inflammations, as well as orthopaedic and traumatological post-treatments.
Probaly the most famous Art Nouveau baths not only in Budapest, but also in Europe, extremely popular with tourists. No wonder - the lavish complex is nothing like you've ever seen before. You can visit the main hall free of charge, or you can spend a whole day relaxing in this “Palace of Baths”.
Part of the PortAventura Park, this large water park contains 16 attractions and slides. It's inspired by the Caribbean and features beaches and palm trees. One of the main draws is King Khajuna, the tallest free fall slide in Europe. The indoor part of the park also offers rides and play areas for children.
A huge waterpark for the whole family, with many pools and fun slides. There is also a wave pool with huge artificial waves where you can surf if you reserve the place beforehand. And if you are looking for something little bit more adventurous, try the Tower of Power – a long steep slide which goes right through the aquarium full of sharks. But don’t worry – you will be safe in the tunnel slide.
The Parque Marítimo César Manrique is an entertainment complex, designed by architect César Manrique, located in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The park is located in the current area of expansion of the capital of island, close to other buildings such as the Centro Internacional de Ferias y Congresos de Tenerife, the Auditorio de Tenerife and the Torres de Santa Cruz. Direct access to the TF-1 motorway southbound and TF-5 northbound. It contains a set of pools, restaurants, gym, games room, hot springs jacuzzi, children's play areas, sports facilities and a small beach.
Eriksdalsbadet is the biggest swimming centre in Stockholm, Sweden The outdoor pool was built for the 1962 European Aquatics Championships on the site of a former sewage treatment facility. The new Eriksdalsbadet was built 1999 and was designed by architect Björn Thynberger. It has: 25 m swimming pool with a depth of mostly 2.5 m but it varies due to a specially-constructed raisable floor. Hosting FINA Swimming World Cup and Arena Diving Champions Cup annually.
UK's largest indoor water park and a fabulous place with lots to do all-year-round. 18+ slides and water attractions. Thrill-seekers should definitely try Master Blaster, Aztec Falls or Dueling Dragons. The calmer ones can enjoy some relaxing moments at Sea Breeze Spa which also include aromatherapy. When hungry, pop into Snack Shack or Waterfalls Café. You can also book your child's birthday party here.