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Biggest in Russia Aqua Park Will Appear in St. Petersburg
14.02.2012 12:33
Biggest in Russia Aqua Park Will Appear in St. Petersburg
Piterland Aqua

The biggest in Russia aqua park will appear in St. Petersburg in February. With an area of 25,000 square meters, Piterland Aqua will offer plenty of entertainment for adults and children.

      The territory of this indoor park is covered with a huge dome of the flame-proof layer, which the owners are going to register in the Guinnes Book of Records.

      Piterland Aqua includes 5 large slides of varying complexity (the longest is 212 meters), as well as a swimming pool with artificial waves and a Jacuzzi. Children under seven years will enjoy small slides, mazes, climbing nets and other amusements.

      In addition, 13 different steam baths – from Russian to Japanese, a spa, restaurants, bars and a diving school will be working in the complex.

      During the summer season organizers are going to create an open-air beach with bungalows and sunbeds.

      The ticket price will depend on the time of the visit and the day of the week (from 800 rubles for adults and 550 rubles for children). Massage, food and drinks are additionally paid.

      The complex is located near the Park of 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg on Primorsky prospekt.  

      Address: 72, Primorsky prospekt.

      Source: Image courtesy: Piterland.

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism St. Petersburg Russian parks Russian entertainment children 

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