New artificial lake, ski slope and amusement park on Ada Ciganlija

Public enterprise, Ada Ciganlija is planning new projects and surprises for its visitors in 2019, including building a ski slope, an amusement park and rafting on a new artificial lake.

The acting director of this company, Robert Djukic, e says that the company has already leased three sites on Novi Beograd’s side of the lake, some for a period of 10 years and some for an indefinite period of time.

“The text of the public call for developers has been completed and the relevant documentation is being prepared. The initial works should begin on 1st September, but it all depends on how quick we are going to obtain the required licences”, Djukic adds.

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The construction of the ski slope is the first in the list of new investments. The slope will be built on a land plot near the roundabout. It will be 80 metres long, have a ski lift and a tubing track, as well as a ski simulator.

“This will be in a prefabricated building which we are designing at the moment. The surface will be made from the latest materials – namely rubber and plastic – so that snow is not necessary. The company that will lease this surface will pay 1.35 million dinars annually in rent”, Djukic explains.

The land plot for an amusement park, primarily intended for children, is also being preparing. The amusement park will comprise of a children’s cinema, dinosaur exhibits, mini zip-line, electric cars …

An artificial lake, with an outdoor gym, is another new project to be implemented in Ada Ciganlija. The company that wins at the tender for the reconstruction of the Čukarički River Branch will be obligated to build it with its own funds. The new lake will have pumps that will produce strong water streams which will be used for kayaking, canoeing and rafting.

(eKapija, 19.08.2018)

https://www.ekapija.com/news/2228654/jos-jedno-vestacko-jezero-ski-staza-zabavni-park-novi-sadrzaji-na-adi

 

 

 

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