A £50million NEW water park opens in Europe – with 21 pools and a massive spa.
It will be the world’s first water park to receive a seven-star rating.
The RQ Water Experience Park and Spa will have 21 pools and bathing areas, slides and a spa.
However, the main attraction of the site will be a giant water slide tower.
Parts of the park will celebrate aspects of Hungarian culture, such as soda water, which the country says was invented by Hungarian scientist Anyos Jedlik in the 19th century.
CGI images also show a series of pools nestled between boardwalks and green spaces.
Accordingly Daily News HungaryThe project has cost more than 60 million euros (50 million pounds) and is believed to be the largest sum of money invested in a spa in Hungary.
The new attraction has been described as a “game changer” for the country and will become one of the most advanced water parks in Europe.
The water park is located in Győr near the Moson-Danube and Rába rivers and is accessible via three European capitals.
From the Hungarian capital, Budapest, the water park is a 60-minute drive away.
There is also a direct train between two cities.
Both Wizzair and Ryanair have direct flights to Budapest, with prices starting at £30.
The park is now just over an hour’s drive from both Bratislava in Slovakia and Vienna in Austria.
Wizzair offers direct flights to both capitals. Single journey tickets start from £23.
More information about the water park is expected to be announced before it opens to the public on June 17.
In the UK, Splash World in Southport recently reopened after being temporarily closed for more than four years.
After a major renovation, the water park opened on May 27th.
There is now a wide range of attractions including exciting water slides, a lazy river and interactive play areas for all ages.
And a massive new £250million water park is opening in the UK – with 20 swimming pools and 35 water slides.