Ice skating on offer in Paris27.01.2009
Britons making the short cross-channel hop over to France may wish to do so soon so they can enjoy a post-Christmas festive feeling.
Several outdoor areas in Paris have been transformed into ice rinks for the winter, such as the one found outside the Hotel de Ville.
The slippery attraction is put in place each year and is free of charge until it closes on March 10th, according to Whatsonwhen.com.
For those visiting the Champagne region who are unable to get to the hotel, there is a similar facility in operation at the Patinoire Montparnasse, which is also free, the news provider adds.
If that is not enough to quench your thirst for winter activities, the French Snowboard Tournament is held in the Vars resort on April 5th and 6th.
Some of the sport"s top stars will be taking part, while numerous forms of entertainment are put on for those choosing to brave the temperatures and attend.
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