If water attractions sound more appealing for you, itâ€™s time to head to Krakow Aqua Park (Park Wondy). Itâ€™s the largest aqua park in Poland, and itâ€™s hard to find such a wide choice of slides and attractions in any other city in the country. There are several wonderful swimming pools for children of all ages, a sauna, and a Jacuzzi area. Children will be excited to try the climbing wall and wild rivers. There are special entertainments for preschool age children, such as a shallow swimming pool and interesting pirate islands.
Krakow is also famous for its historical zoo, first mentions of which appeared yet in the beginning of the 15th century. Nowadays, the zoo occupies an area of 20 hectares and is home for more than 1,500 animals. Krakow Zoo is recognized as one of the best zoos in the world as it participates in rare animals breeding and various ecological programs. Many inhabitants for the zoo are very friendly, so children are allowed to feed these animals. There are many predators in the zoo, and visitors can look at them from a safe distance.
If order to entertain kids with something unusual, head to the waterfront near Most Grunwaldzki. There is a small berth that is used as a starting point for tourist ships. A river journey is a wonderful entertainment for young travelers. Some landmarks of Krakow look completely different from the waterside than during walking excursions.