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Swimming in Prague

Summer doesn't last long in Prague, and when it arrives, You can cool off in one of the city's many pools. If you prefer a swimming pool or the weather doesn't cooperate, visit one of Prague's best aqua centers.

Swimming in Prague


Vodní nádrž Džbán
A large reservoir surrounded by grassy beaches. Watch out for the naked section. An added bonus is a huge ramp which snowboarders can jump from in to the lake. The ramp is hosed down and then, whoosh, off you fly into the lake. Whether you participate or just watch, it's very entertaining.

Take the metro to Dejvická (line A), then take tram 20 or 26 to Džbán, and follow the crowds around the Citibank building.

Price: 60 CZK
Food: Yes

A little further out, but they have a brand new volleyball court for rent, a sandy beach, and a treacherous water slide.

Take tram 22 or 26 to Hostivařská or the metro to Háje (link C). You have two choices - weave through a fantastic woody park or meander through paneláks - but taking the metro to Háje is the quickest route. Exit the metro, take a right and walk to the end of the long open mall. Take a left, and walk through the large apartment complex. Cross the main street called Výstavní and walk down a small residential street. You will then see the lake.

Price: 40 CZK
Food: Yes

Go Žluté lázně
On the east bank of the Vltava, in Prague 4-Podolí, this riverside recreational area offers a large beach for bathers unafraid of taking a dip in the river, plus a children's pool.

Other attractions include beach volleyball courts, a three-on-three football cage, a climbing wall, table-tennis tables, and a pétanque area. There's also a restaurant and beer garden, a nudist beach, frequent DJ sets and WiFi hotspots throughout.

Zlute Lazne

It cost CZK 30 million to transform Zlute Lazne into a multi-functional center for sports and free-time activities for all age groups. It offers superb opportunities for spending free time in one of the most attractive natural areas on the eastern bank of Vltava.
Take tram 3, 16, 17, or 21 down to Dvorce.

Price: 60-100 CZK; Free After 5pm

Staropramen 1. Pražská pláž na Smíchově
Featuring 700 tonnes of imported sand, Prague 5-Smíchov's "First Prague Beach" creates a seaside vibe along the west bank of the Vltava.

As well as offering sunseekers a place to top up their tans, there's a giant swimming pool that floats in the river, places to play beach volleyball, badminton and pétanque, and a children's play area.

The "Mirage Sun" cocktail bar/café/restaurant serves food and drink into the night, when there are regular DJ sets, live concerts, and other entertainment.

The beach is by the Hořejší nábřeží embankment, alongside the Botel Admiral, three blocks from the Anděl metro station (line B).

Price: 59 CZK

The swimming pools in Prague are well kept, clean. At most of these places, season passes are also available. One more thing, even if some pools are open for public daily, it is not usually the whole day, parts of may be reserved for swimming lessons, other companies, etc.

Na Petynce
Take tram 8 to Vozovna Střešovičká, then walk straight on for about five minutes.

Na Petynce

Area features 50 m heated outdoor swimming pool, children’s wading pool, grassy beach, pool water temperature is maintained at 24 DEG C, volleyball, table tennis, snack bar, 100 m toboggan and tennis. The swimming pool is opened daily in season from May till September.

Podolska 74, Prague 4
Trams 3,16,17,21
Open Daily 06:00-21:45
Entry: Adults - 80CZK/90mins, 100CZK/120mins, Kids – 45CZK/90mins, 60CZK/120mins


For size, accessibility, facilities, and the sheer novelty of being able to swim outside in below freezing temperatures, Podoli can’t be beaten.
It offers great facilities for children and the adults joining them: less deep pools, swimming equipment for kids, diving courses, etc. Parents will welcome the sauna or massage centre and cosmetics salon.
One of the largest Prague SWIMMING POOLS, located just under the Vysehrad Castle on riverside. There is one indoor pool and two outdoor pools with padling pool.Very good local transport - tram or bus.

Aquapark Lagoon Letnany
Tupolevova 665, Prague 18
Bus 156 from metro C Holešovická, or bus number 159 from metro B Vysočanská,
Mon, We, Fri: 06.00 – 09.00, 12.00 – 22.00
Tue, Thu: 07.00 – 09.00, 16.00 – 22.00
Sat - Sun: 09.00 – 22.00
Entry: Adults - 120CZK/90min, Kids - 60CZK/90mins
This pool is a kid’s dream. Aquacenter Lagoon has the advantage of being situated next to the huge shopping and entertainment centre Tesco Letnany. So, if you would get hungry or you would be in the mood to go to the movies, the solution is just across the street.
From the things available at Lagoon Letnany we find worthwhile mentioning:
swimming pool (25 m long), switch-back, paddling pool for kids, massage and entertainment pools, trampoline, fitness centre, sauna, whirlpool with salted water, solarium.
Special attention is given also to the smallest of us: Kids can participate in Water-Olympiads or different diving contests (children dive accompanied by their parents and under instructor’s surveillance). Different parties are organized on different events: St. Nicholas Day, Christmas, Easter and during summer holidays.

Slapská přehrada (Slapy Dam)
A large open space, with a recreational lake suitable for waterskiing, wakeboarding, etc. Bungee jumping is also available. For anyone seeking full-on lake fun this is the place for you. The real beauty is that it's only about 40 minutes away by bus, so you can always come back to Prague in the evening. The last bus leaves at around 8pm.

Take the bus from the Praha Smíchovské nádraží bus stand to the Slapy Na Rovínku stop. The lake is a short walk from there.

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