Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a neophyte in the world of ice skating, a trip to Rathausplatz is sure to improve your skills!
From the middle of January to the beginning of March, in front of Vienna’s town hall you’ll find a huge ice skating rink. There’s a little ice slope going through the park where you can have crazy races with your friends. Beginners may grab one of the movable children-height ice-pingu statues on skates to practice their style and impress with artistic stunts. Amazing music is also guaranteed, and if you put on a nice smile, the DJ will let you select a song and also let you sing on the microphone.
Put your camera on skates too for hitting it in style.
location: rathausplatz 1, 1010 vienna | how to get there: tram 1/2 to rathaus | time: january to march | opening hours: open until 11 pm |
price: 12 euros a day including equipment (ice skating shoes)
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