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Zagreb’s Ice Park to Stay Open Longer

Ice Park in Zagreb (photo credit: Davor Rostuhar)

One of the standout features of Zagreb’s award-winning Advent programme, Ice Park on in King Tomislav Square, will remain open longer than planned.

The magical winter idyll on ice was set to close today on 8 January 2017, but due to demand organisers have decided to keep the Ice Park open for one more week until 15 January 2017.

Before Christmas Zagreb welcomed 30% more tourists than in the same period last year, and this year the outdoor ice skating park has again proven popular.

As well as ice skating to background music, Ice Park also has a number of stalls offering a variety of food and drink.

Ice Park is open daily from 10:00 to 23:00. Mornings and early afternoons (10:00 – 16:00) admission is 15 Kn; late afternoons and evenings (16:00 – 23:00) the admission is 20 Kn.

You can rent a pair of skates for 15 Kn. Special rates for family visits apply.

Tickets can be bought directly from the Ice Park cashier, open daily from 9:30 to 23:00, or booked on-line at www.ledenipark.hr. There is musical entertainment every day at 19:00, Saturdays at 11:00 and 19:00.

(photo credits: Advent in Zagreb)

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