Ice skating rinks opening in Prague for the 2019/20 season

Public and private ice rinks will be available in many Prague districts throughout the winter
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Skating rinks are opening across Prague for the winter season. Most offer skate rentals, and some have refreshments and other amenities. The most popular rinks are at the big field at Letná Park in Prague 7. Those two are also free, as is the rink at Ovocný trh, near Old Town Square.

The hours can be a bit tricky as many close for half-hour or hour blocks during the day to maintain the ice. Also, there are special events planned and different hours for holidays, so it is best to check the schedule before going.

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The rinks at Letná, sponsored by the city, are in its fourth year. A large 40 x 20 meter rink is for general sports enthusiasts, while a smaller 22 x 10 meter rink is for children. There will be a large heated heated tent, a heated dressing room, and refreshments.

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The opening ceremony for the Letná rinks is on November 29 at 4 pm. “I’m glad that this year we continue this popular project and I look forward to meeting visitors at the opening ceremony, where we will see a figure skating performance and an exhibition match of para hockey players,” Prague City Councior Vít Šimral said.

Among the privately operated rinks, the one under the Žižkov TV Tower is popular, but on the pricier side at 100 CZK for a two-hour block in the daytime and 120 CZK in the evening.

Prague 1
Ovocný trh
Dates: December 5 to January 31
Hours: Daily 10 am–9 pm
Admission: free
Services: skate rental

Na Františku
Dates: Starts November 25
Hours: Daily 10 am–5 pm
Admission: adults Kč 70, children under 14 Kč 40
Services: skate rental

Prague 3
Tower Ice Park
Dates: December 1 to March 31
Hours: Daily 9 am–9 pm
Admission: from Kč 100 to Kč 120
Services: skate rental

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Prague 4
Arkády Pankrác
Dates: November 30 to February 29
Hours: daily 9–21
Admission: Kč 50
Services: skate rental

Prague 6
Vítězné náměstí

Dates: December 15–February 29
Hours: daily 9 am–9 pm
Admission: Free

Prague 7
Letná Park
Two rinks
Dates: November 29 to March 1
Hours: daily 9 am–9 pm
Admission: free of charge
Services: Equipment: skate rental, refreshments, instructors

Prague 8
Playground at ZŠ Glowackého

Dates: November 25 to late February
Hours: 9 am–9 pm; weekday mornings for schools, afternoons for public; weekends for public
Admission: Adults 60 CZK; children over 150 cm 40 CZK; children up to 150 cm 20 CZK

Ládví swimming pool
Dates: Starting December 6
Hours: 9 am–9 pm; weekday mornings for schools, afternoons for the public; weekends for public
Admission: Adults 60 CZK; children over 150 cm 40 CZK; children up to 150 cm 20 CZK

Prague 9
Galerie Harfa

Dates: depends on the weather
Hours: daily 9–4 pm
Admission: Adults 50 CZK, children up to 150 cm free

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Prague 10
Centrum Černý Most

Dates: November 10–January 31
Hours: daily 9 am–9 pm
Admission: 80 CZK; children under 5 free
Services: skate rental, storage, refreshments
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Gutovka Sports Complex
Dates: starts Mid-December
Hours: 8 am–10 pm
Admission: Adults 60 CZK, children 30 CZK

ŠKODA Icerink
Dates: Year-long
Hours: public skating on weekends, usually 10 am–noon and 2–4 pm
Admission: 120 CZK

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