WE love to ice-skate. It is a simple, cheap, and fun way to be together with the whole family. It is fun, gets you fit, and also – it is quite easy to get the kids to come outside – even though it is blistering cold.
Here we have listed our favourite ice-rinks in Copenhagen – so all you have to do is wrap up warm. Bring helmet, gloves, scarves and a flask with hot chocolate and coffee, and prepare yourself for a fun-filled day.
Because remember what they say here in Denmark: “There is no such thing as bad weather – only bad clothing“
The Bridgestreet kitchen – has now opened its own ice-skating rink amongst food stalls and coffeeshops. The ice-ring is on the other side of Nyhavn – and is open every day. It is free to use and you can rent skates here. There is sometimes ice-disco as well as free skating lessons. The newest hang-out in town.
Strandgade 95, 1401 København K
FREDERIKSBERG RUNDDEL Skøjtebane
One of the oldest, and a favorite of ours, this small but sweet ice-skating rink by Frederiksberg Rundel. The ice-rink is free to use, and you can rent skates here, as well as skating buddies, and also buy coffee, and hot chocolate in the small café.
Frederiksberg Runddel, 2000 Frederiksberg
THESE are some of the indoor ice-skating rinks we enjoy.
Indoor ØSTRE SKØJTEHAL,
Sionsgade 15, 2100 København Ø
Indoor GENTOFTE SKØJTEHAL,
Ved Stadion 10, 2820 Gentofte
Indoor GLADSAXE SKØJTEHAL,
Isbanevej 3, 2860 Søborg