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Arago Hotels building HUF 700 mln football amusement park

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Arago Hotels is scheduled to open a HUF 700 mln football-themed amusement park in Lillafüred, northeastern Hungary, in August, the company reportedly told Hungarian news agency MTI today. The project is being supported with HUF 352 mln European Union and state grant.

The park, built on the site of a former barracks, will offer an aerial obstacle course, zipline, laser tag and a chance for youngsters to better their game on the pitch, MTI said, adding that it will bear the name of the local football club: DVTK.

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