Vienna Ice Dream 2018

5 Jan

Vienna Ice Dream 2018

From January 19th 2018, the fantastically lit facade of the Viennese Town Hall once again forms the backdrop for the annual “Vienna Ice Dream”. A short walk within the Hotel Zipser you will reach this annual spectacle, which is already taking place for the 22nd time.

Romantic winter landscape in the middle of the city

As in previous years, the Town Hall Square as well as the surrounding park will be transformed from January 19th to March 04th into a dreamlike romantic ice rink with an ice surface of around 8,000 m². The skating rink, which is very popular among Viennese as well as tourists, in front of the impressive backdrop of the town hall, leads ice skaters on the black ice and can also be used free of charge on the opening day!

For the small ice runners, an ice surface enlarged to 550 m² is available free of charge as an exercise area – on weekends all day and Monday to Friday from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm. Starting at 05:00 pm, this area will be transformed into eight curling courses, where the visitors can prove their sporting spirit. You can book the curling course via the website below.

Dream path and other special features

Besides to the large ice surface at Town Hall square, a 600-meter-long, winding dream path leads through the romantic illuminated, wintery Park, particularly popular with couples, to spin off the turbulent skating rink and enjoy the wonderful atmosphere. A bridge over the Dream path offers an opportunity to watch the colorful activity from above and enjoy the unique ambience of the Viennese ice dream.

Away from the large ice-surface, caterers will cater for the culinary well-being of visitors. You can warm up in celestials with glazed lounge area and enjoy excellent punch, tea as well as home cooking, fine waffles and other sweetmeat.

Ice skates rental

For visitors of the Viennese Ice Dream a skates rental is offered on the main square and allows spontaneous excursions on the ice.

 

Picture: © Stadt Wien Marketing / © Jobst PID / © Christian Jobst