Dubbed as Bratislava's extreme sports hall
, Hangair is a novelty in Slovakia. It is a one-of-a-kind destination, designed for adrenalin junkies.
Hangair is a unique address for all people who like action sports and want to experience them in safe conditions. The hall offers ramps for skateboarding, BMX, and roller skating, as well as artificial ski and snowboarding ramps, and a Eurotram freestyle trampoline line. They also have a special area for gymnastics and acrobatics, and offer lessons for adults and children alike.
Although a new venue, which only opened in September 2017, Hangair is already popular. It is available for hire for private and corporate events, like birthdays and team building programs.
Hangair is the first and only one of its kind in Slovakia. It is suitable for sports enthusiasts of all ages and all skill levels. They offer discounts of up to 25% for children aged 12 and under. You can simply drop in to enjoy the space, however, the booking will guarantee access to what you need. The hall is already popular and attracts many of the locals. As a tourist, you will count among the first to visit the venue.
Hangair, the Action Sports Academy, is located about 25 minutes drive from Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava
, in Vajnory
. Vajnory is a small borough close to the Milan Rastislav Štefánik international airport (IATA: BTS, ICAO: LZIB) also called the Bratislava Airport. If you visit Vajnory, you may also want to see the nature reserve Šúr, which is very closed. The borough also boasts several historic monoments and architectural landmarks worth seeing, like the local church with a beautiful tower or the Vajnorský folk house, which is a museum of local history documenting local traditions, folk costumes, and much more. They even held classes of traditional folk crafts and other interesting events.
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