Kva-Kva Park - Moscow
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Welcome to the largest indoor water park in Europe! Situated just outside of the Moscow ring-road, the Kva-Kva (russian 'Kwa-Kwa') water park has numerous water slides to choose from, as well as a swimming pool, spa, Finnish sauna, Russian sauna with steam bath, Turkish bath, Japanese font Ofuro, as well as Sanarium and a huge sauna with a stove-attraction.
In the Kva Kva water park it is always warm - the temperature set at +32 ºC. A bar and a restaurant are located within the venue and every Friday and Saturday beach parties are hosted by resident DJs.
In the Kva-Kva Park there are seven slides ranging from 90 to 120 meters long, the swimming pool generates waves, simulating the sea, beaches and consistently warm weather. Riding on the roller coaster is a real adventure for teenagers and adults alike- you will be wandering uphill into the 'Wild River', falling into the abyss of the 'black hole', will be flying with the wind on the steep Aquadrome 'Cyclone', shooting down from the only crazy extreme hill 'Tsunami' available in Russia and get loads of adventures on other attractions.
If you're planning to visit the water park with kids, then one of the advantages of 'Kwa-Kwa' park is the great playground.
Kva-Kva Park also comprises an excellent spa, equipped with saunas made by renowned specialists 'Klafs'. Everyone can enjoy a variety of body treatments performed by the professional masseurs and by bathhouse attendants.
Admission fee varies from 350 rubles for small children up to 3000 rubles for adults, depending on the day of the week, and time of the day. Through Kva-Kva Park website you can book.
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