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Wrotka Katowice


Wrotka Katowice

To wyjątkowe miejsce, to połączenie dyskoteki z lat 80 z najnowszą technologią: nowoczesne oświetlenie, fenomenalne nagłośnienie, przyjazna atmosfera. Lokal wyremontowany został specjalnie dla powstawania wrotkowiska, więc bezpieczeństwo jest na najwyższym poziomie.

Wszystkie elementy wyposażenia (wrotki, ochraniacze oraz kaski) dostępne są do wypożyczenia na miejscu w pełnej gamie rozmiarów w naszej wypożyczalni. Na miejscu przebywa również obsługa która wprowadzi Was w podstawowe zasady jazdy na wrotkach, omówi zasady bezpieczeństwa i będzie czuwała nad sprawnym i bezpiecznym spędzeniem czasu w naszej wrotkarni.

Dysponujemy również kawiarnią, która pokryta jest specjalną nawierzchnią utrudniającą poślizgnięcie się w czasie odpoczynku. W Kawiarni oferujemy wyłącznie napoje bezalkoholowe oraz przekąski.

Posiadamy również możliwości reklamowe dla naszych partnerów jak i gadżety wrotki: kubki, długopisy, smycze itp.

Jesteśmy elastyczni w formułowaniu zasad i warunków współpracy. Dla szkół, organizacji i innych form stałej współpracy proponujemy preferencyjne terminy i warunki które są możliwe do uzgodnienia podczas spotkania lub rozmowy telefonicznej.

Informacje podstawowe:

Nasz lokalizacja: ul. Dąbrówki 10 w Katowicach.
Godziny otwarcia: wtorek-piątek 13-22, sobota-niedziela 10-22 - w przypadku grup istnieje możliwość wcześniejszego otwarcia lokalu.
Ceny zaczynają się od: 10 zł za 2 godziny niezależnie od wieku. Wypożyczenie wrotek to koszt: 5 zł.
W naszym lokalu odbywa się bardzo dużo wydarzeń: środy uczniowskie, studenckie czwartki, romantyczne piątki, wrotkowe poranki w każdy weekend dla dzieci, before party w sobotę jak, niedzielne wrotki z Djem oraz imprezy tematyczne jak: fluo party, disco 80, led party itp.
Nasz fanpage: http://facebook.com/Wrotka.Katowice
Nasza strona www: http://wrotka.pl/ 

 

Location
street Dąbrówki 10
40-081 Katowice
Katowice
Silesia, Upper Silesian Agglomeration
in the city/town centre
General Information
: discos, clubs, amusement parks
: disco, different, house, jazz, pop, r&b, rock, techno
Contact data
: 780 022 111
: biuro@wrotka.katowice.pl
: www.wrotka.pl
Prices & amenities
: children, others, families, students
: we accept card payments, air conditioning, non-smoking place, we speak English, car park, bicycle parking station, toilets
Availability
: whole year
  • Wtorek - Piątek: 13 - 22
  • Sobota - Niedziela: 10 - 22

     

 

Attractions
Routes
Galleries

City audio tours

Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Katowicach!
Description forthcoming
We invite you to an audio tour of Katowice.

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