Ice skating rink rules and regulations
- Only persons with valid tickets are allowed to the ice skating rink.
- Tickets should be retained for inspection during ice skating session.
Buying the ticket is unequivocal with the acceptance with ice staking rules and regulations
- Childminders who do not buy an admission ticket do not have the right to enter the ice rink.
- Reduced tickets are available for children and teenagers under 18 upon presentation of a valid student card.
- Users of the ice rink bear the risk of amateur sport participation.
- Maximum caution must be kept while skating on the sheet of ice.
- It is recommended to wear gloves and protective helmets, especially for young children.
- Children under the age of 7 may use the ice skating rink only under adult supervision.
- The organizer of the ice skating rink is not responsible for children left unattended by parents or childminders.
- It is the responsibility of those who use the ice skating rink to carry out the organizer's orders, public security and to follow the instructions given through the speakers.
- The organizer does not bear the responsibility for abandoned belongings that were left in the facility.
- It is prohibited to stay at the facility if a person is under the influence of alcohol, drugs, psychotropic substances or any other substances with the similar influence.
- Those who violate the rules will be asked to leave the ice rink, without entitlement to a refund of the tickets.
- Those who violate the rules will not be permitted on the ice rink.
- Complaints and comments about the functioning of the ice skating rink can be reported to the organizers or the manager of the facility.
- All accidents on the ice rink must be reported to the ice rink service.
- The Ice Skating Rink may accommodate up to 200 skaters at a time.
PERSONS WHO USE THE ICE RINK ARE NOT ALLOWED TO:
- Set up races, dangerous games, skate in “the wrong way”, slip and clip other participants.
- Skate with children in one’s arms.
- Skating on speed skates, with hockey sticks and backpacks, bags, etc.
- Bring food, cans and bottles of drinks and other dangerous items to the ice rink.
- Throw snowballs.
- Sit on the ice rink.
- Walk on the sheet of ice in regular shoes.
- Smoke and drink alcohol.