Polana Szymoszkowa Thermal Baths

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aquapark / pool

Recommended for children from the following age groups:
  • 3-7
  • 7-12
  • 12-16

Considered to be the cheapest swimming pool of the Podhale region, the geothermal baths are located on the Polana Szymoszkowa, next to the lower station of the Butorowy Wierch cable railway.

The swimming pool consists of two pools: the shallower one with water depths up to 1.40 m, children's slide, "mushrooms" spraying with water and an artificial waterfall, deeper water up to 1.60 m, and four lane extreme kamikaze slide. Both pools are heated to 30°C extracted from the geothermal wellbore, rich in calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium.

The great advantage of swimming here is a beautiful view of the High Tatras and the close proximity of Krupowki.

There are a lot of places to spread a blanket, although most of the area is not flat. The mere descent into the water is disastrous, slippery and dangerous, which is especially important when we're going here with children. Definitely there is a lack of entry stairs. There is a sandy playground for beach volleyball.

At the checkout you can rent a beach ball (6 PLN + 30 PLN returnable deposit), sunbeds(6 PLN + 5 PLN refundable deposit) and sun umbrellas (6 PLN + 5 PLN refundable deposit).

In the complex there are toilets and changing rooms, though the amount is not enough especially during the holiday season; there are also lockers, where more valuable things can be kept. The hungry can eat something at the bar.

On the resort's area you need to wear hand bands which you receive at the entrance.

Polana Szymoszkowa Thermal Baths

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ul. Polana Szymoszkowa 2, Zakopane

Opening days and hours:

open daily from 9:00-18:00

Tickets adults:
27 PLN
Tickets children:
22 PLN


Additional information:

- Children up to 3 years free admission

- After 15:00 ticket prices are slightly lower - reduced 16 PLN, normal 21 PLN


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Updated on

Thursday, 22 August 2013

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