Come Test the Revolutionary Glice® Synthetic Ice Rink at Dresden International Airport in Germany

Travelers visit Dresden for yesterday’s monumental architecture, but the increasingly popular destination is a bridge to the future as well: with a newly inaugurated synthetic ice rink provided by Glice®, the International Airport Dresden puts a futuristic spin on ice sports for locals and travelers alike.  Located right within the terminal, Airport on Ice is the ideal venue to test the revolutionary synthetic ice. Furthermore, Airport on Ice offers an extensive program around the synthetic ice rink – come check it out:

  • 2 to 13 October: School holiday tours
  • 3 October: Art, antique and vintage market
  • 4 to 30 October: “High Flyer” birthday parties for children (from 15:00 or by arrangement)
  • 21 October: Kids on Ice (face painting, crafts, 13:00-16:00: visit the Snow Queen and Olaf the Snowman, 12:00-17:00: figure skating performance and skating training with Patricia Kühne)
  • 22 October: Kids on Ice (face painting, crafts, 13:00-16:00: trial training with the Freital Ice Hockey Club’s Penguins, 12:00-17:00: figure skating performance and skating training with Patricia Kühne)
  • 31 October: Halloween on Ice with art and craft fun, ghoulish face painting and Halloween tours (pumpkin target spraying and marshmallow grilling at the airport fire station), 12:00-17:00: figure skating performance and skating training with Patricia Kühne)

Ice without the use of water and electricity, green and affordable – that’s Glice® synthetic ice rinks. Discover the state of the art molecular technology here: https://www.glicerink.com/synthetic-ice-rink-technology/

Professional ice skater and hockey players recommend Glice® synthetic ice rinks for athletic and leisure purposes. Read their testimonies here: https://www.glicerink.com/testimonials/

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