The industry-wide unparalleled glide effect of Glice® synthetic ice makes it the serious alternative to real ice. Check out this video of a Glice® artificial ice rink at Sarajevo’s central Liberation Square to see for yourself what it’s like to glide on Glice®! No wonder the operator reported a stunning 120 visitors per hour!
The coastal town of Bar in southern Montenegro is famous for its beaches, but fortunately with ecological Glice® synthetic ice rinks skating and swimming aren’t mutually exclusive anymore! The artificial ice rink on the town’s main square is already so popular that it welcomes 500 visitors per day on average!
From snowy Switzerland to the sandy Caribbean – a Glice® artificial ice rink is the new top attraction during the Christmas season in Puerto Rico! This means that you can now surf and skate on the same day without leaving the tropical island nation! Happy skating everybody!!
In hardly any other place ice hockey is as big as in Canada, so to give Moroccan locals a little glimpse into that part of Canadian culture, the Embassy of Canada in Rabat recently set up a Glice® synthetic ice rink. Happy skating!!
With the winter season straight ahead, Glice® synthetic ice rink installations are popping up all over the world! The synthetic ice rink at Balexert shopping mall is already the second installation in Geneva this week – why don’t you slide by until November 3rd to see what it’s like to skate on waterless zero-energy Glice® ice?
Glice® artificial ice rinks are big with families and therefore the ideal leisure addition for venues catering to parents with kids. As a family owned hotel and camp, the Food and Dancing Factory in Dedovo, Bulgaria knows what resonates best with its guests and chose a Glice® rink for its gorgeous mountain location amidst forest scenery.
Without the use of water or energy, Glice® artificial ice rinks are Eco-friendly and affordable to guarantee sustainable ice skating in any climate and throughout the year. Get to know the fascinating molecular technology here: https://www.glicerink.com/synthetic-ice-rink-technology/
For the next three months, a Glice® synthetic ice rink in Berlin will transcend the boundary from fun leisure to interactive contemporary art and back, so stop by to experience the journey yourself! Three young Viennese artists, who go by the name of Club Fortuna, installed the Glice® synthetic ice rink as the centerpiece of their art project, which touches on a question that is ever as new as it is old: the meaning of life. If you want to embark on the quirky quest, you’ll find the unusual exhibition at the Kunstsaele Gallery in Berlin.
The hotel industry is a crowded market. In the video, Managing Director Thomas Peruzzo explains why industry leaders like the Grand Resort Heiligendamm choose Glice® synthetic ice rinks to stand out. Peruzzo also elaborates on why the ecological Glice® ice fits in so smoothly with the luxurious ambience of a Grand Hotel that has received politicians like Angela Merkel and Georg W. Bush and hosted the G8 summit in 2007.
Thanks to a sophisticated tongue & groove system and state of the art dasher boards, the installation of Glice® synthetic ice rinks is incredibly simple and fast. Have a look at the time-lapse video to see how this UK rink at Avon Valley was set up by 5 people in 4 hours. If the weather is a little kinder than it is in England, installations can be even much faster. The record is 1:55h for a 240m2 Glice® synthetic ice rink in front of the famous Marina Bay Sands in Singapore:
With 450m² the Glice® synthetic ice rink in the historic heart of Znojmo is the biggest of its kind in the Czech Republic and frequently visited by the locals. Previously using a conventional ice rink, the town opted for Glice® synthetic ice when the old rink’s lifespan expired. Now Znojmo has a fully mobile solution that will outlive any conventional ice rink. Cutting the costs associated with traditional rinks, the savings based on the waterless zero-energy technology of Glice® synthetic ice rinks will finance the entire rink within only two years. No wonder the deputy mayor looked very happy during the inauguration!