Energylandia – amusement park in Poland

Energylandia entrance
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Today, something for real thrill-seekers – Energylandia! We recommend starting the trip in the morning, because you will have enough attractions for the whole day.

Energylandia – the largest amusement park in Poland

Energylandia is the largest amusement park in Poland located in Zator (in the south of Poland, between Krakow and Katowice). It offers over 120 attractions for people of all ages. The area of ​​this park is 70 hectares. An admission ticket entitles you to use all attractions in 6 themed zones. These are:

  • Extreme zone – huge heights, lightning-fast speeds and unusual overloads will surely surprise you. Fear, stress and adrenaline mingle with energy, joy and a smile.
  • Water Park – here guests can enjoy pontoon slides, water cannons and mill wheels. The exotic arrangement of this zone will make you feel like you are on holiday.
  • Dragon Town – it looks like a mixture of fantasy movie scenery with a medieval village. Stone and wooden objects dominate here. Its pride is the famous Zadra rollercoaster (No. 1 in our private ranking of attractions).
  • AQUALANTIS – zone inspired by ancient architecture. Here you will find an Abyssus rollercoaster, accelerating to 100 km/h. We also recommend EKIPA Light Explorers where you will have the opportunity to ride… backwards.
  • Family zone – many attractions with a low degree of extreme. Intended mainly for families with children. Nevertheless, it can surprise you.
  • Fairytale Land – a must-see for the youngest visitors. This is where they can meet the heroes of their favorite fairy tales or even become them!

Energylandia attractions

Energylandia – the best extreme attractions

For thrill-seekers, we highly recommend Zadra, Hyperion and Space Booster.

The best impression on us was made by “Zadra” in Dragon Town, the world’s tallest hybrid roller coaster, made of wood and metal. It is over 60 meters high, and its wagons run at a speed of over 120 km/h. During the ride, the whole queue creaks as if it’s about to fall apart. It’s really scary the first time.

Energylandia Zadra roller coaster

Adrenaline also jumped on the Game Expert Hyperion – the highest and fastest mega coaster in Europe, with a speed of 140 km/h and a slope angle of 85 degrees. Incredible speed, vertical drop and impressive overloads will really make your head spin.
Energylandia Game Expert Hyperion roller coaster

Space Booster is in third place in our ranking. It’s a 40-meter high hammer that rotates 360 degrees and reaches a speed of almost 100 kilometers per hour. It can make you feel dizzy! The panorama of the park’s surroundings makes an amazing impression, which can be admired while sitting on the top in a four-person capsule.
Energylandia Space Booster

Energylandia – how to get?

Energylandia is located in Zator – on the border of the Małopolskie and Śląskie voivodeship. You can easily get here from Krakow and Katowice.

  • Car. This is definitely the best option due to the location of the park (see the map at the bottom of the page). A parking ticket costs PLN 20.
  • Bus. From April to October, Energylandia offers transport from larger cities by its own coaches at very attractive prices (more details on the official website of the park).
  • Train. During the season, you will reach Zator directly from the Kraków Główny station using the superREGIO.

Energylandia – opening hours

Energylandia amusement park is open during the following hours:

  • 10:00-18:00 in the low season.
  • 10:00-20:00 in the high season.

Energylandia – tickets and prices (06.04-21.06, 22.06-01.09, 02.09-27.10)

  • Normal ticket: 1 day – PLN 179/PLN 199/PLN 179; 2 dni – PLN 319/PLN 359/PLN 319.
  • Discount ticket (Children up to 140 cm tall/seniors 65+): 1 day – PLN 129/PLN 149/PLN 129; 2 dni – PLN 229/PLN 269/PLN 229.
  • Eneryglandia offers tickets at a special price of PLN 1 for: children up to 3 years old; children up to 18 years of age, having a birthday on the day of the visit; young couples in wedding attire (and their photographers) who want to organize a crazy wedding session.
  • People with disabilities will pay PLN 129 (up to 12 years of age) or PLN 149.
  • It is possible to buy a yearly ticket for PLN 599 (if you are up to 140 cm tall) or PLN 799.
  • You will pay PLN 20 for the car park.
  • Renting a place at the campsite costs PLN 99.

Energylandia themed zones

Energylandia – tips

  • If you can afford it – don’t go on the weekend. The lines are much longer from Friday to Sunday than from Monday to Thursday.
  • It’s best to wear comfortable sports clothes and tied shoes. We advise against dresses, high heels, suits and jewelry.
  • If you carry your phone in your pocket, it is better to have pockets with a zipper. In Energylandia you will often be upside down and your phone may fall out. Special lockers are also available if required.
  • You can get wet in Aqualantis, so you’d better take an extra clothes. If you do not take it, look for huge “human dryers” after visiting the water attractions – you pay PLN 5 and in a few minutes you will be completely dry.
  • You can take a backpack or a bag with you to the park – lockers are available at each attraction.
  • If you are looking for a nice and funny accommodation nearby, there is a Western Resort Camp 1 km away with bungalows, sleeping cars, an Indian village and campsite.

Energylandia impressions

Energylandia, amusement park in Poland – reviews

  • Patrix – 10/10. Super extreme adventure!
  • Wiolczix – 10/10. Energylandia looks like a small fairy-tale town where everyone will find something for themselves. Emotions, adrenaline, endorphins and a smile are guaranteed. Nothing to complain about.

Energylandia – map

The largest amusement park in Poland can be found in the south of the country, in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, between Krakow and Katowice.

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