PandArte blog collected those Hungarian playgrounds and adventure parks where not only children but also parents can have fun, reports szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu. Dóra Bánhidi, the writer of PandArte blog, is a young mother, who is interested in every place and opportunity suitable for such a small kid as his one-and-a-half-year-old son, Ármin. In what follows, you can see her list of 6 Hungarian playgrounds and adventure parks worth visiting with small children.
Dóra and Ármin haven’t been there yet, but really want to try it one day. Based on the photos on their website, they are very interested in the place and it seems that Tarzan Park puts a great emphasis on generative and entertaining toys.
Safe, interesting and entertaining. These are the key words that characterize the most this open-air playground on a 2-hectare territory. It was built in 2013 thanks to the investment of the Local Government of Újpest. Children can improve themselves by playing on 13 toy-blocks. Each and every block has the modernest and most generative open-air devices, which perfectly suits the age of children.
2. Kiserdő Playground – Balatonfüred
Dóra and Ármin have already tried this one. When the weather was not that great during their holiday, they were really happy about this playground. Its location is great in the forest above Tagore promenade and it has many toys and devices specifically made for the little ones.
A thematic fairy-tale-playground based on the legend of Helka and Kelén, located in the former English Garden. This cozy playground can be found in Kiserdő – also called the lungs of the town – next to the recovery garden of the elderly, the sports field and the bird watching places. Besides the traditional elements such as the swing, the slide and the monkey bars, several other original devices await children.
They have never been there, but hope to get there very soon. It is very appealing that they await families with both indoor and outdoor adventures, so bad weather can never be an excuse. Of course, the most interesting things are outside in various forms and shapes. It is worth having a look at all the opportunities there.
Most of the mothers in Budapest are familiar with this playground, and Dóra writes it is a place where they need to go back. Ármin’s favourite toy was that swing where two children can sit at the same time (not a teeter), he didn’t want to leave that. His other favourite was the mini-slide in the middle of the sand box, which is great because such a little boy as Ármin could climb up and slide down on his own. They have never seen a slide like that, it was totally safe for him.
This place is the odd one out in this list, as it is, in fact, a café, a breakfast place with a playground in its yard. So whenever you visit Tihany and want to drink a coffee with the kids in a calm atmosphere (which we all know is almost impossible), you can try this place, it may be successful there. Its atmosphere is great.
They are most curious about this one. Here you can even fly by boat! Well, maybe they have to wait a few years when Ármin will be big enough to enjoy it, but until then Dóra can test it as a parent. She read a lot of good comments about it, it is a many-sided adventure park. She thinks one day will not be enough to try everything there, but luckily accommodations are available nearby.
Featured image: facebook / Tarzan Park
Source: szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu, pandarte.blog.hu