Getting into sports is a great way of enjoying your time not only with friends but with the family as well. It does not have to be a serious play because even just for leisure purposes, you can always engage in any sport you like to try. At least in this way, you will learn how to do it even though not at a professional level.
So when you’re in Copenhagen and you may be considering trying your skills in ice skating, curling, ice stock and ice hockey, the Rodovre Skojte Arena is the perfect place to go to. Ice curling is fun to do with your family as you slide stones across the ice towards a target area. Ice stock is similar to curling requiring players to slide ice stocks on an ice surface towards a certain area or it can be sliding ice stocks to the longest distance. In other words, you can engage in other exciting games at this Copenhagen arena and not have to do ice skate or play ice hockey if you’re not interested.
The arena is the home of the Rodovre Skating and Ice Hockey Club and is situated in a suburb called Rodovre, west of the Danish capital. It has a seating capacity of 3,500.
Here in the arena, visitors can spend some time ice skating and playing ice hockey and not just be spectators all the time. Unlike during the Christmas season when people can ice skate outdoors such as the one fronting the Copenhagen Hotels near Tivoli Gardens, the Rodovre Skojte allows indoor skating and ice hockey.
For those who like the outdoors, though, there are several public ice skating rinks around Copenhagen. All you have to do is just bring your own skates or rent out those available at the sites. Recommended ice rinks are the Frederiskberg Runddel, the Lindevangsparken, Blagads Plads, Genforeningspladsen, Elsinore and Havnegade.