Rimini

Rimini: Christmas in the ice village

In the heart of the Adriatic Riviera built a real ice village with an area of ​​2000 m2.

Who said that it makes sense to go to Rimini only in the summer? In the winter season, this popular resort turns into a huge 2000 m2 ice village with two ice-skating rinks and all kinds of entertainment for children and adults. The Christmas holidays spent here - in the midst of snow and sun, ice and the sea - will be remembered for a long time.

Activity

Skating rinks will be open until February 14, 2015, when the heat of lovers' hearts will melt even the strongest ice. The Ice Village in the heart of Rimini is a real winter village of 2000 m2 with two indoor ice rinks, one of which is designed specifically for children. Teachers dressed as penguins and polar bears will help them ride there. Adults also will not remain deprived of the attention of animators and instructors. And before dinner, in order to arouse a little appetite and start the stomach, there is a short break for Aperitif on Ice, during which guests will be offered various local wines.

The village also has a zone of performances for various games, animations and theme nights. Creativity corners for children have also been created and, of course, a special place has been allocated for the depiction of the scene of the birth of Christ, which is made of life-size sand here.

Program

The second half of Sundays and holidays will be filled with all kinds of ideas: including Santa Claus and Snow Maiden will go ice skating to wish all the children a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. New Year's Eve will be organized entertainment for the whole family. Everyone will find something to their taste! For example, ice skating on the winter sea is a unique opportunity to try your hand at this exciting entertainment, as well as evaluate your ability to glide through the waves. And every day, starting late at night, the Bar & Refreshment sector will offer a rich selection of tempting snacks and typical local hot drinks in preparation for an eventful evening with live music and / or a DJ set.

If someone feels the need for rest from the hustle and bustle, he will be able to go for an hour to admire the famous nativity scene made of sand. Until January 12, 2015, sand sculptures of indescribable beauty will be preserved on many beaches of Rimini and Torre Pedrera. In the scenes presented, recreated characters, images and exciting landscapes are made in human growth with extraordinary skill and reflect the theme of the Birth of Christ.

Watch the video: RIMINI ICE CHRISTMAS VILLAGE 2014 (February 2020).

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