Aquopolis Sevilla, Seville
About Aquopolis Sevilla, Seville
Aquopolis Sevilla, Seville - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Av. del Deporte, 8, 41020 Sevilla, Spain
Ticket Price: 21 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 pm - 08:00 pm Details
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Water Park, Family And Kids
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This is a much simpler attraction then the other Waterpark of Seville. It’s still is a load of fun though, with fast flowing rivers and slides, a mini pool for kids, the Great Dragon slide, a bubbly hot tub experience, a small lake to swim in, and an utterly dark water tunnel to ride down on a tube. Other family favourites include the wave pool and the zipline adventure. Food is also covered - there are three restaurants on site offering stable comfort food like pizzas, burgers and ice cream. Almost everything is geared towards making this place more fun for the kids rather than the adults though.
Aquopolis Sevilla Information
- Read the extensive FAQ page for the park.
Aquopolis Sevilla Ticket Prices
- Above 140cm: EUR 20.95 (groups EUR 15.50)
- From 90cm - 140cm, Seniors 65+, disabled: EUR 13.95 (groups 12.95)
- Kids up to 90 cm: Free
- Online prices are a flat rate of EUR 14.90 for all categories.
Aquopolis Sevilla Opening and Closing Hours
- Closed September First Week - May Second Week.
- The park always opens at 12pm but closes at 7pm or 8pm depending on the month.
How To reach Aquopolis Sevilla by Public Transport
- B4 stop Flor de Gitanilla (Flor de Retama).
- Buses 22, 27, B4 stop Avda. Las Ciencias (Edif. Albeniz).
- Buses 22, A3, B4 stop Av. Emilio Lemos (Period. J. Tribuna).
- Drive to here.
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It's OK but could be loads better and regulations are excessive, sometimes downright ridiculous... Like needing to wear sunglasses strapped to your head if entering the pools 😞 and not allowing you to take pictures (whether or not your camera is waterproof) in the water or stopping you from entering a knee-deep pool with your toddler in tow (even though you're carrying her in your arms and his feet don't even touch the water) Too many resources wasted on far too many bored lifeguards knitpicking on silly things and stupid rules ... Where's the fun in that? They would be much better off investing in the waves pool actually working (it stopped working suddenly for two hours with not one of those busybody lifeguards able to tell us when and whether it would be fixed). It's bad enough the waves are only on for less than 5 minutes every hour! Lots to improve
Good, but pricey. We paid 80 EUR to get in then it was extra for inflatables and lockers
Small but fun waterpark with some wacky slides/rides
Good areas to sit, food ok, some of the queues quite long and not enough shade
That's a great option to have a nice day. But it would be cheaper
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