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Ice Skating at the Town Hall of Paris


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Ice skating in paris

Every year you can ice skate in the middle of the French capital. A large enclosure is installed in front of the town hall ("le patinoire de l'Hôtel de Ville") that is filled with water and ice is created. There is an oval enclosure for experienced adults (about 1000 square meters) and a smaller space for children and beginners (about 300 square meters). This event lasts about three months (from December to early March) and is very successful among Parisians and tourists (about 140,000 users each year). You can rent skates or bring your own. Most often it is the latter, done on a whim, and it is very comfortable to wear skates around town. Usually there are lines to get into the track, especially on the weekends in the afternoon. To avoid this, the best time is a Saturday or Sunday morning, in addition to having fewer people, you can see higher level people doing real stunts. Rental skates cost 5 € although the entrance to the exhibition is free. Besides the free access, at certain times there are displays and ice hockey matches. Participation in these events is not open to the public though if you demonstrate skill, you can participate. The rink is open every day, long hours, with early morning hours reserved for school and sports clubs.
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If you like ice skating, is a luxury do here.

The ice rink riding right across the hall "I patinoire de l'Hôtel de Ville". They can skate both adults and children and for those who are getting started in the sport, have a smaller reciento with different wooden dolls that support to keep from falling. Admission is free if you bring your own skates, otherwise the rent will miss about 5 € (more or less).

Si te gusta patinar sobre hielo, es todo un lujo hacerlo aquí.

La pista de hielo que montan justo enfrente del Ayuntamiento “le patinoire de l’Hôtel de Ville“. Pueden patinar tanto adultos como niños y para los que se están iniciando en este deporte, tienen un reciento más pequeño con diferentes muñecos de madera que sirven de apoyo para no caerse.

La entrada es gratuita si llevas tu propios patines, si no el alquiler te sale a unos 5€ ( más o menos).
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Sport in the heart of paris

If you go to Paris in winter pulling Christmas, enjoy the ice rink that place in the heart of the city.

Deporte en el corazón de paris

Si vas a París en invierno tirando a Navidad, disfruta de la pista de patinaje sobre hielo que colocan en el corazón de la ciudad.
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The rink city hall returns every year...

The rink City Hall returns every year to Christmas, on the steps of the Town Hall of Paris, to the delight of the Parisians, big and small. Sometimes, on Sundays, there is a short line, but in general, there is not too crowded, and you can turn the beat in one of the most beautiful settings in the world. The rink is generally there for two months. There is one for the adults, about 1000 square meters, and a smaller, 300 square meters for children and beginners. 140,000 people benefit each year. Normally, admission is free if you bring your skates, and if not, you can rent them with a passport or identity card as a deposit. The best is to come early to avoid the world, but the best part is at night, with the trees and illuminated rides, this is magical. Skate rentals listening 5 euros. In addition to free access, there has shows dancers and ice hockey games. Teams sometimes occur with the best skaters in the time on the track. The track is open every day, some mornings are reserved for school groups.

La patinoire de l´hôtel de ville revient tous les ans, vers Noël, sur le parvis de la mairie de Paris, pour le plus grand bonheur des parisiens, petits et grands. Parfois, le dimanche, il y a un peu la queue, mais en général, il n´y a pas trop de monde, et on peut tourner en rythme dans l´un des plus beaux décors du monde.

La patinoire est en général là pour deux mois. Il y en a une pour les adultes, d´environ 1000 m carrés, et une plus petite, 300 m carrés pour les enfants et les débutants.

140 000 personnes en profitent chaque année. Normalement, l´entrée est gratuite si on apporte ses patins, et sinon, on peut en louer sur place, avec un passeport ou une pièce d´identité comme caution. Le mieux, c´est de venir tôt le matin pour éviter le monde, mais le plus beau, c´est la nuit, avec les sapins et les manèges illuminés, c´est féerique.

La location de patins coute 5 euros. En plus de l´accès libre, il y a des shows de danseurs sur glace et des matchs de hockey. Les équipes se forment parfois avec les meilleurs patineurs du moment sur la piste.

La piste ouvre tous les jours, certains matins étant réservés aux groupes scolaires.
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