If it is wintertime, then it is ice skating time. Everyone knows about the Budapest Ice Rink, but it is also possible to skate outside the Hungarian capital. In our current article, we will show you some rinks from all corners of the country that you can visit either alone or with family and friends.
It first opened in 1987. Since then, roughly 25,000 guests have come to the rink each year. The 30-metre-wide, 60-metre-long rink is open, so you can arrive from mid-November till the end of February in good weather. The cloakroom and changing room are free, and there is the possibility of ice skate rental as well. Anyone hungry or thirsty will find everything in the buffet. Periodically, programs await those interested, such as family days, ice carnivals or figure skating competitions.
The Kecskemét Ice Rink, which has been open since 2013, is becoming increasingly popular.
The 500-square-foot rink has plenty of space for everyone.
Christmas lights and a Christmas tree make the atmosphere perfect. It is possible to rent skates or sharpen your own skates. In addition, there is music on the weekends.
The Sopron Ice Rink is easily accessible from the city centre. It awaits visitors on two weekdays and throughout the weekend.
You can get there easily by public transport, but free parking is available, too.
Skate rentals are available here, and even the less skilled can go here, as they get into it quickly during ice-skating education. Thanks to the buffet and free cloakroom, we can feel completely comfortable.
One of the most special locations on the list.
The New Ice Rink in Budaörs is an 800-square-metre icy maze.
It has both indoor and outdoor areas. The indoor track is open almost all year round, while the Ice Maze is available during the winter. The rink is used by nearby schools on weekday mornings. Ice Disco entertains guests on Saturday nights. Beginner’s, intermediate, and advanced education are also available. In a truly authentic Hut, hot drinks and speciality coffees await you with delicacies, writes szallas.hu.
It is a rink opened on a plot that operates as a tennis court in the summer and used as an ice rink in the winter. You can skate every day of the week, except Mondays. There is also an ice disco on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. In Pécs, we can skate under the open sky and immerse ourselves in the experience of racing under the starry sky.
In the immediate vicinity of the Atomerőmű Sportegyesület Sporttelep (Nuclear Plant Sports Club),
an amazing, 2,000-square-metre rink awaits its guests.
Unfortunately, there are no skate rentals here, but they are open every day. Moreover, there is a buffet on the open rink.
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