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SOCHI, February 02, (ITAR-TASS). The Sochi-2014 organising committee has started selling tickets to open training sessions in short-track and figure skating, which will take place at the Iceberg palace, and tickets to the Olympic Park, the organisers’ press service reports.
The tickets to training sessions cost 500 roubles (14.2 dollars), to the Olympic Park - 200 roubles (5.6 dollars). The tickets are available at the Games’ site and at tickets offices in Sochi and Moscow. In order to get access to the park, all guests should obtain beforehand a fan passport.
At the Olympic Park visitors will see competitions as well as musical and dance concerts, will take part in contests and may visit master classes, try different cousins and will be able to take a picture of the Olympic torch. The park will be open from 7 in the morning to 2 at night, and every day it will welcome about 120,000 visitors.
The ticket offices also offer seats at the opening ceremony.