Aquaworld Resort Budapest

Aquaworld Budapest

Aquaworld Resort Budapest is one of the largest indoor water parks and artificial holiday destinations in Central Europe and is a very popular destination not only for Hungarians. Although its size is not on a par with the more famous Tropical Islands resort near Berlin, it is one of the most popular entertainment centres in Hungary and the surrounding area.

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Dozens of pools, water slides and attractions

Under a huge roof with a diameter of 72 metres, there are 54,000m2 of water fun. The main part of the fun takes place just inside the dome, whose interior is in the style of the Cambodian temple of Angkor.

Among the most popular attractions are the 11 water slides and water slides that wind through the indoor and outdoor areas.

In total, you can enjoy fun in 14 indoor and 3 outdoor pools. During the summer, enjoy a full day outdoors on the grassy areas under the shade of the trees.

Of course, there are various water whirlpools, counter-currents and a pool with artificial waves and saunas

Entrance fees and opening hours

Open 365 days a year. The pool area with attractions is open daily from 10:00-20:00, and the classic swimming pool can be used in the morning from 7:00.

Tickets are valid for the whole calendar day and prices are as follows:

  • 9 700 huf - adults
  • 7 800 huf - students
  • 4 900 huf - children
  • 17 900 huf - family ticket (2 adults + 2 children)

Tickets can be purchased on site or online at the official website of the water park.


Of course, you can also go here on your own. The complex includes the eponymous hotel Aquaworld Resort Budapest (former Ramada), where prices vary between 80 eur and 100 eur per night per person, depending on demand.

How to get there

The Aquaworld Resort Budapest is located on the northern outskirts of the city just off the M0 motorway ring road. It is therefore very easy to get there by car, as the aqua park is located on the arrival side from the Czech Republic/Slovakia and there is no need to drive through Budapest. A large parking lot right next to the premises is free for guests.

If you are travelling by public transport, bus line 230 running from Keleti station in the centre of Budapest has a stop near the complex (Káposztásmegyer, Aquaworld).

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