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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! …
Even if you don't like rollercoasters, take a stroll at tivoli. it is beautiful.
Tivoli - where adults become children. Don’t miss it. Book your tickets online, so you’ll skip the que.
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.
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
Tivoli Gardens is one of the oldest entertainment parks in the world. Very cozy and quaint.
Famous amusement park in the city center. Worth a trip. Enjoy the garden. if you want to try several of the rides, you should buy an unlimited ride pass (cheaper)
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.
Super fun place for children and adults alike! Really fun rides but there are also great restaurants and performances
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.
Worlds oldest amusement park known all over the world. Amazing place full of history and lovely danish culture
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“Christiania (also called Fristaden or just Staden) is an area in the Christianshavn district of Copenhagen with an area of approx. 34 hectares. In 2010, approx. 630 adults and approx. 130 children with Christian register address at Christiania. Christiania is Copenhagen's fourth largest tourist attraction, which has about half a million visitors a year, but is also characterised by extensive cannabis trade. This place of the city is a must see for foreigners as it is so different from the rest of the city as well as the rest of the world. Here you will find street art, a hippie lifestyle, vegan restaurants and sometimes concerts. It is important to mention that the area is also famous for its 'pusher street' where soft drugs are sold illegally. However, it is completely safe to be there and very family friendly. ”
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“One of our most famous tourist attractions is the 1.25 meters tall sculpture of The Little Mermaid at Langelinie Pier. When looking at her, if can seem strange why such a small sculpture is important for us. The sculpture from 1913 is based on the fairy tale of the famous Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen (HCA) and the sculpture of The Little Mermaid was made by Edvard Eriksen after the Danish brewer Carl Jacobsen (founder of Carlsberg Beer) fell in love with the mermaid character in a ballet based on HCA’s story. The Little Mermaid statue is free to access, and it is a nice walk from Østerport Station to Langelinie (Langeliniekaj 2, 2100 København). If you use the boardwalk (Bryggebroen) to Dybbølsbro Station, you have 4 stops on the S-Train to Østerport. Or you can hop on a canal cruise as most of them sail by The Little Mermaid.”
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“A walk in the zoo can be fun and right next to it is the pretty park of Fridriksberg”
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“This is where Queen Margrethe The 2nd lives. If you're very lucky you might see her out and about in town! I've seen her twice ;)”
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