1. November 2019
This gigantic adventure playground is located in Városliget, the largest public park in Budapest, the capital of Hungary.
In the centre of the playground is a barely 14 metres high hot air balloon. Inside the balloon a big spatial net is installed. This play sculpture reminds visitors of earlier times when hot air balloons used to departure from this area.
The ascent into the masthead can be done via rope ladders or climbing ropes.
Different ascent plateaus pave the way into the spatial net. In addition to the opportunity to climb in three-dimensional space, the children can have a rest on various rubber membranes. Here they can dream of flying!
One further Highlight are two climbing towers with a height of more than 11 metres. One equipped with an exciting stainless-steel spiral tube slide and…
…one challenging spatial net.
The other one offers the kids an exciting climb over the sloping net rings…
…and a fast way down through the curved tube slide.
Both are connected to each other with net tunnels and numerous low-rope climbing elements.
Hugh horizontal nets offer an exciting transfer to the next tower.
The net tunnels are much more than just a link between the two towers…
…they offer various possibilities for playing and climbing.
The tree house Boo which is on top of this middle-mast structure can be reached through climbing up the spatial net. A net tunnel and horizontal nets define the way down…
…to the rubber cube – the perfect spot to relax after a long climbing tour.
Or do you prefer hanging out in the Net Swing?Der eine ist ausgestattet mit einer spannenden Röhren-Wendelrutsche und…
The Face-to-Face Swing offers fun for rocking, too.
This Triitopia structure consists of three Trii houses that are stacked onto each other. The whole structure can be climbed through from inside.
Alternatively, the entry can be made on level two via a rope ladder. Sliding pole and slide offer exciting possibilities of descent.
The playground is rounded off by bouncers in different shapes…
…and the sliding poles of White Water. Here the kids can slide down the hill over waves.