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This is a must-see in Copenhagen. The second oldest amusement park in Europe (the oldest is located just north of Copenhagen), it is densely and cleverly packed within one city block. Walking through you will find rides, games, gardens and restaurants, to satisfy every one - young and old alike! …
Super fun place for children and adults alike! Really fun rides but there are also great restaurants and performances
Beautiful historic (second oldest operating theme park in the world) amusement park with activities and rides for the whole family, wonderful restaurants. Highly recommended during Christmas. Very pricey.
Tivoli - where adults become children. Don’t miss it. Book your tickets online, so you’ll skip the que.
Tivoli Gardens was founded in 1843 and has become a national treasure and an international attraction. Fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen visited many times, as did Walt Disney who even found the inspiration to his own Disney World here.
The reputation is well-earned. It is a Copenhagen cliché, but don’t let that turn you off the world’s second oldest theme park. You’ll find a whole host of rides and traditional games, plus live theatre and a beautiful Japanese garden.
Entertainment park in the middle of Copenhagen. A place both for children, young and old.
Worlds oldest amusement park known all over the world. Amazing place full of history and lovely danish culture
Tivoli Gardens is one of the oldest entertainment parks in the world. Very cozy and quaint.
Tivoli Gardens amusement park in central Copenhagen offers rides, games, musicals, ballet, and major concerts.
Historic amusement park that can be visited both for the rides, music (concerts every Friday during the summer months), as well as the beautiful scenery. A must see in Copenhagen.
The most charming amusement park. Even really nice when you don’t want to do the rides. A bit expensive but worth the cost I think. The pantomime theater is Tivoli essential
Danes love to enjoy the tivoli gardens and relax or have fun with their friends there. Can be expensive but it is a must to do.
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“Freetown Christiana. This neighborhood is mostly known for Pusherstreet, where the drugdealers have all their business out in the open - but it is so much more than just Weed. Take a guided walking tour, or go see all the odd houses on your own. Take a walk but the canal and into the "jungle". And do not hesitate to ask the locals if you have any questions. Sit down at Nemoland and have a beer and enjoy the Sunday Live music, or buy a coffee at Månefiskeren.”
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“H. C Andersens absolute top story sculpted in the beautiful clean Copenhagen harbour ”
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“In Copenhagen ZOO, you can meet more than 4,000 fascinating animals and travel between continents in just one day. Get familiar with the iconic giant pandas while dining in the state of the art Panda House. Experience unforgettable close encounters with polar bears and see the world from a giraffe’s perspective. Discover lots of animal facts and enjoy a meal from our grand selection of food stalls. ZOO is filled with explorations every day 365 days a year. A world to explore awaits.”
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“The Danish royal castle, where the royal family lives, and where the royal guards parade.”
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“Frederiksberg Gardens At the main entrance, visitors are officially received by Frederik VI, a former king much beloved by his people, so one is fully aware of entering his garden. In the waters of the beautiful garden he used to be rowed about on the canals saluting the people. The statue's pedestal has the following inscription: 'Here he felt happy in the midst of loyal people'. Today, Svendsen's Boat Service (Svendsens Bådfart) will do the rowing for you. Boat tours operate all summer. The boat tour will give you a good idea of the vastness of the gardens. On the tour you will see the Frederiksberg Palace, towering on a hill top, many lovely little bridges, and the Chinese Pavilion that was erected in 1799 as a Royal teahouse. For centuries, the Frederiksberg Gardens has been a favourite outing spot for Copenhageners. Many bring their picnic baskets for lunch and top off the day by visiting the Copenhagen Zoo in the northernmost end of the gardens. For horticultural inspiration, visit the lovely gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society (Haveselskabets Have) at the main entrance. Stop by the Chinese Tea House, if you feel like tea and cakes on your way through the garden. The gardens are open from 06:00 through 17:00 to 22:00 depending on the season. ”
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