“Choose a Winter Sport” – City Park – Ice Rink – Budapest – 2015.

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Here is a reminder to move your bones also in the wintertime!

Sunday, December, 13. 2015.

10 a.m. – 8 p.m. – City Park open-air Ice Rink – Budapest.

A huge  selection of winter sports  awaiting for the visitors.

The invitation is for smaller kids, young adult and up to any age to have a sensational time at the City Park open-air Ice Rink.

One of the winter’s most coolest sporting event promises to be the year’s most memorable event for many visitors. At the “Choose a Winter Sport” more than a dozen of  sport activities along with high-quality presentations guided, to play together with well-known sports,  sport professionals and coach  will be showing the essence of the particular movements and provide information to those who wish to know first hand information about the actual sporting possibilities and its conditions.

Children do not have to  decide  right away to be Winter Olympic hero to stand at the highest top and listen to the anthem. The venue is open for visitors to enjoy the wide-spread of sporty, exercise activities on the spot.

The main characters of winter is for the ice and snow lovers. No better place to be this coming this week-end  than City Park Ice Rink to gab your family and children or take a visit with friends  rather than to be out in the fresh, enjoy to pull on your skates or have watching inter alia presentations as hockey, different ice sports, curling, bandy, bobsled, sledge and ice sailing have fun on ice.

 There is an Important information to be kept in mind …  the main entrance will not be at the City Park Ice Rink, but on the path from the Ice Rink entrance  of 250 meters  in distance.  There will be a registration tent where the sporty visitors can enter to the event.

On the same day the Ice Rink is open for the public who only wish to skate on the surface of approx 12000square meters of smoothly ice.To enter the ice skating area daily tickets must be purchased at the local ticket office.

Below is the pre-registration form for the  “Choose a Winter Sport” visitors,  which is required by the organisers (only in Hungarian language) … but with a little help from a native friend can be easily followed:


Update and snaps by Aggie Reiter

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