Although all the festivities are oficially over several of the ice skating rinks in Milan remain open well into February, So if that’s your kind of thing here is the list.
December 4th-January 16th there will be a floating skating rink at the Swimming pool Bagni Misteriosi at 18, Via Carlo Botta (find on map).On week days it will be open 4.30-9.30 pm (closed on Tuesdays) and at weekends and on holidays 10.30 am-9.30 pm. Admission is €3.50 and you can rent both skates and helmets at €10 an hour.
The ice skating rinks below this line have not yet been confirmed, keep coming back, we are constantly updating the page.
November 15th-February 20th Sunday-Friday 10 am-midnight Saturday 10 am-1 am Ice skating rink in Piazza Gae Aulenti (find on map).
No 29th-January 26th on Piazza Gramsci (find on map) very close to Corso Sepione and the park.
December 6th-January 6th Darsena Christmas Village ice skating rink (find on map)
December 1st-January 20th 10 am-9.30 pm 02 Ice ice skating rink in Piazza Città di Lombardia (find on map).
December 8th-January 6th 5-11 pm (as of December 21st 11 am-11 pm) Ice skating rink, light show and a zip line which takes you “flying” at 140 meters above Piazza Duca D’Aosta in front of Milan’s central station (find on map).