I was writing about my trip to Copenhagen, the places I visited like Tivoli Gardens. But there’s so much to say about this awesome park, that I decided to make a special post about the 2nd oldest park in the world.
Tivoli Gardens is AMAZING… that’s it, end of the post… 🙂
Okay… Let’s see, I visited on November, beginning of the month. It was really cold, but for my taste it was a nice cold, super windy and all the Christmas decoration started to show around the city. Loved it.
As I wrote on my trip to Copenhagen, we had few hours and 2 places I wanted to visit, Christiania and Tivoli. Of course, I’d love to see more. But I decided to go to Tivoli since I can’t take pictures in Christiania.
There are various entrances to the park, but we walked to the main one, that I saw it the night before and looked beautiful with all the lights.
First, you need to pay the main entrance. With that you can’t ride any attraction. But just walking around the park it’s entertaining. Plus you have many restaurants and stores inside.
Well, even with hangover, I needed to ride something. At least one, but we rode 2. I love amusement parks and fun rides like roller coasters!
You need 1, 2 or 3 tickets depending on what kind of ride you decide to go in. For the roller coster (Rutschebanen) -which it was opened in 1914- and the swing carousel, we needed 2 tickets for each one.
If you are not sure what to ride or if you want to go on some attractions, you can get tickets at many of the machines located around the park. Super easy to use (any language). You just need to make sure how many tickets you need for that specific ride. By the entrance of the attraction, you’ll find information including how many tickets.
We had so much fun with those 2, especially because of the cold weather on the chairs. I couldn’t stop laughing!
Then I saw a better roallercoaster, but our headache didn’t allow us to ride it. Hello hangover… (read post about Copenhagen to know why).
Actually I saw lots of rides I wanted to try! But I just walked around the park to see every detail. Gorgeous!
A stroll by the lake, dinner at one of the many restaurant, a visit to the aquarium… There are so many things to see and to do! I truly recommend you to visit it while in Copenhagen.