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Freelo – Romanian wind tunnel coming soon

FREELO Wind tunnel interior

KEI Development, a Romanian company specialized in innovation investments, has begun the construction of FREELO, the first entertainment resort in Romania and the region to host a wind tunnel and a wave pool for surfing. The project is being developed on 10,000 sq. meters near Bucharest and will be completed in spring 2016.

The resort will include an aerodynamic wind tunnel, a surf pool and a relaxation area with semi-Olympic swimming pool, spa, gourmet restaurant, boutique hotel and an outdoor video projection zone.

The cutting edge technologies used within the complex have been developed exclusively in Romania by local engineers and their quality, performance and efficiency will place FREELO amongst the most technological advanced leisure centres of this type in the world. It will bring surfing and to Bucharest and the region – usually practiced in the ocean and only in certain weather conditions, surfing is considered exotic in the area.

FREELO Indoor Surf Interior

Romania’s capital, Bucharest, has become a destination of choice for foreigners looking for a great time on city break or more. The vibrant cosmopolitan city known as the “The Little Paris” is easily accessible by plane and offers interesting cultural experiences, an active nightlife and plenty of options for relaxation.

FREELO will truly be an amazing facility for for kids and adults of all ages looking for exciting ways to spend their free time and embrace 'Freelosophy'.

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FREELO's cutting-edge exterior design