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Free Night Skiing Season Opens in Zagreb


Free night skiing has opened the 2016/17 ski season last night on Sljeme in the Croatian capital Zagreb.

Every Tuesday and Thursday between 7 pm – 10 pm the Sljeme ski field will be open free of charge for skiers.

Free night skiing proved popular last year with ski lovers who had obligations during day hours.

Zagreb’s ski field will be open this season every day from 9 am – 4 pm. An adult daily ski pass during the working week costs 70 kuna. The price is 50 kuna for those over 65 and 40 kuna for children under 15.

The price on the weekends is 10 kuna more for adults, 6 kuna more for over 65 and the same for children.

The slopes will be closed from 3-5 January 2017 when Sljeme once again hosts a World Cup race.

(photo credit: Skijalište Sljeme)

You can check out the full price list here.

(photo credits: sljeme.hr)

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