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The “Akropole” Ice Arena Will Reopen


From tomorrow, 9 July, after a long break, the public skating rink of the “Akropole” Ice Arena will resume its operations. It will be available to the public by pre-registering on the website and presenting the relevant interoperable Covid-19 certificate and personal identity document. Children under the age of 12 will be able to stay in the Ice Arena without certificates.

"We are pleased to announce that from tomorrow, residents are welcome to visit and change the summer heat to the icy cold air of the Ice Arena. It has been one of the most popular entertainment options in the shopping and entertainment centre since the opening of “Akropole”. For the convenience of our visitors, we have created an online registration option on the “Akropole” website, so that everyone can plan their winter fun in the summer. At the same time, we invite visitors to be responsible for themselves and others, by observing all the necessary safety regulations,” says Zane Kaktiņa, the manager of the shopping and entertainment centre “Akropole”.

In the Ice Arena, children must also follow the distancing rules and, from the age of 7, wear a face mask in the common areas. You can find out more about the public skating rink services, rules, open reservation dates and times on the “Akropole” website.

Due to the improvement of the epidemiological situation in the country, the largest children's indoor sports and entertainment club “MaryMaris” has reopened in the shopping and entertainment centre “Akropole” in accordance with government requirements, offering not only various attractions for children, but also a family restaurant for joint leisure and celebrations, while “O'Learys”, in addition to delicious American food, also offers entertainment services, including bowling for all ages. At the same time, taking care of additional entertainment opportunities at “Akropole”, the popular cinema “Apollo Kino” has reopened, offering to watch the latest and long-awaited movies. Visitors can enjoy indoor dining at popular restaurants and cafes such as “Gan Bei”, “O'Learys”, “Sushi Express”, “CHI Asian Food”, “Caif Cafe”, “Čili Pizza” and “Chat Cafe”.


About the shopping and entertainment centre “Akropole”

In the shopping and entertainment centre “Akropole” you can also find the only multi-brand store in Latvia, “Van Graaf”, as well as the sports and lifestyle stores “Ballzy Ice” and “adidas Originals”. Here you can find the largest brand stores in Latvia, such as “Zara”, “Reserved”, “Deichmann”, “Oysho”, “Guess”, and “KidzOne”. This wide range is complemented by restaurants and cafés to everyone’s taste, a large and elegant “Maxima” XXX supermarket.

“Akropole” is not only the most modern shopping and entertainment centre in Latvia but also the first to receive the prestigious BREEAM certificate in both its designing and construction stages, thanks to the high energy efficiency and sustainability standards with which the processes complied. “Akropole” was also recognised as the winner in the nomination category “New Public Building” in the “Latvian Construction Industry’s Annual Award 2019” contest, and was recognised as the best BIM object at “The Best Building of the Year in Latvia 2019”. Moreover, connected to “Akropole” shopping centre is the largest B+ class Business centre in Latvia.

Working hours

I-VII 10:00-22:00
Maxima XXX
I-VII 08.00-23.00
I–VII 9.00–22.00
Lemon Gym
I-V 6:00-23:00
VI-VII 09:00-22:00