Europe’s highest ice rink opens in Russian capital
Skating in the clouds has become possible since the highest ice rink in Europe has opened on the rooftop of a 354-meter skyscraper in the Russian capital.
Skaters can enjoy a panoramic view while gliding on the ice.
The rink is approximately 420 square meters big and is located on the 96th floor of a tower at Moscow’s commercial district.
The area is surrounded by restaurants that will allow skaters to combine sport with gastronomic specialties.
The ticket for the complex costs about 50 dollars without perks and 80 dollars with skates.