On December 14, an ice rink opened on Kotzias Square in the center of Athens

The city of Athens opens an ice skating rink to the public on Tuesday 14 December, at Kotzias Square, where the town hall is located.

A similar, but indoor skating rink, you can visit in the Athens Concert Hall (Megaro Muzyki).

Skating rink with an area of ​​400 sq. m will be open from 10:00 to 22:00 daily, until Thursday 6 January 2022.

Online booking required, skaters can book an appointment at pagodromio.christmasinathens.gr (in Greek only).

Adults will have to provide one of the documents: a vaccination certificate or confirming that they have had coronavirus, a negative PCR result (72 hours) or a rapid test (48 hours), as well as an identity card.

Children 5-17 years old must provide a negative self-test within the last 24 hours.

Everyone should show up 30 minutes before the appointed time and put on masks.

A similar, but indoor skating rink, you can visit in the Athens Concert Hall (Megaro Muzyki).

Skating rink with an area of ​​375 sq. m is open to visitors from Monday to Friday, from 4 to 11 pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 11 pm. During the ride, a personal instructor service and organized courses are offered.

Admission to the skating rink is 10 euros. More detailed information is available by calling 210.728.2333, 6940.665.707 6980.602.014 or at www.megaron.gr and www.icearena.gr.

Concert Hall of Athens, Vasilisis Sophias & Kokkali, tel 210.728.2000, www.megaron.gr

Skating rink with an area of ​​375 sq. m is open to visitors from Monday to Friday, from 4 to 11 pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 11 pm. During the ride, a personal instructor service and organized courses are offered.

Admission to the skating rink is 10 euros. More detailed information is available by calling 210.728.2333, 6940.665.707 6980.602.014 or at www.megaron.gr and www.icearena.gr.

Concert Hall of Athens, Vasilisis Sophias & Kokkali, tel 210.728.2000, www.megaron.gr





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