Hotel Valberg

Sonder Boulevard 53, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1720, Denmark
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Copenhagen trip october

by Thistle-Rose

Planning in going to copenhagen in october heard theres a halloween theme going on at tivoli how much is it and what times are they open till? also can canal tours still be done at that time of the year,hopeful dates to travel on and back 23rd till 27,28 or 29th.thanks

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Durfun

Yep, Canal tours always on :-)

Tivoli entrance = 180 DKK

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Thistle-Rose

how long is the tivol open in october?

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Durfun

You can get reduced entry after 2000 hours on Fridays..

Sorry, I quoted you the multi-ride prices I paid in 2008!

Hours seen here:
http://www.tivoli.dk/composite-4629.htm

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Durfun

Halloween in Tivoli: 15 October - 24 October
Weekdays hours till 2300

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Andreja86

15. oktober - 24. oktober
sunday - thursdag: 11.00 - 23.00
Friday: 11 - 00:30
Saturday: 11 - 24:00

Prices:
Adults(12+): 95 DKK
Adults(12+) after Friday 20:00): 125 DKK

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Andreja86

Canal tours:
http://www.canaltours.com/dct/en

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by crazyman2

Okay, I've just returned from 6 days in Copenhagen (pre/post cruise) and I can tell you that the saddest sights to be seen were the crowded canal tours. My wife and I sat at a canal-side bistro and watched the tourists on the boats. They looked so bored, crowded, herded etc. The boats were huge, the narrative limited and nearly everyone had a look of regret.

When we go back, we will find a better way of seeing the canals than taking one of these awful 'whales'. There must be something!

If you'd like a photo of the boats/expressions etc then let me have your external e-mail so that I can send one or two to you.

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Andreja86

Crazyman: That is not my opinion of the canal tours. Been on them 4-5 times and I think everyone was happy and there was a lot a empty seats.

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by cachaseiro

I think the canal tours arwe well worth the money.
We have done a vt meeting once in a canal boat and that was a great succes.

Hellowween in tivoli is not worth going to in my opinion.
It-s not a thingt that the danes really celebrate and the tivoli party is mainly set up for kids, so unless you like partying with 10 year olds you will probaply be baored there.

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Sjalen

Completely with Claus here (but then again we've gone on the canal tours together, haha). The canal tours are great and yes, the boats can be crowded but those looking bored are the kind of people who would look bored no matter what and where you cannot help wondering why they travel at all.

Agree that Tivoli at Halloween is overrated to. Cosy if you've got kids but THAT'S a really crowded thing!

Re: Copenhagen trip october

by Durfun

True, can't imagine people being bored on the canal tours!!

For one thing, it's exciting how some bridges are so low, if you're standing, it may be your last day!!

The architecture is so varied & interesting, including some big regal ships around.

Travel Tips for Copenhagen

Danish Kroner - not Euro

by Gillybob

Denmark is a member of the European Union, however, this does not automatically mean that its currency is the Euro.

In fact, the European Union and the Euro Zone have differenct memberships. Countries within the European Union that are NOT members of the Euro Zone include :
Denmark
Sweden
United Kingdom

Some shops, restaurants, museums, hotels and other establishments will accept the Euro but given you change in Kroner. Unfortunately, this is the most costly way to operate in Copenhagen as the exchange rate offered for Euro will be lower than the norm if changed anywhere other than Foreign Exchange Bureaux or banks.

"FREE Museum Day"

by aaaarrgh

Yes, yet another chance to have something for FREE in Denmark!!

Wednesday is Free Museum Day which means, obviously, you can enter all Copenhagen's museums and galleries for no charge.

There are human limits to how many museums you can take in a whole day, but certainly 2 or 3 would be a respectable goal :-) Considering most of the city's museums and galleries only charge 20-30kr, you could 'save' up enough for a meal at the end of the day ;-)

I noticed that schools and parents take the opportunity to have mass outings on Wednesdays to the city's museums. In my view, it made the day all the more pleasant - children and young adults studying, drawing, following routes with excitement.

Take a walk down pusher street...

by kinky9kev

Take a walk down pusher street in Christiana. Feel the vibe of alternative living and think to yourself, this is how life should be lived way from the conventions and restrictions of conservatism. Purchase some 'magic mushrooms' and try to come up on them in the Tivoli pleasure gardens. Tripping on the mushrooms whilst in the midst of the stunning kaleidoscope of the flower gardens is just sheer bliss and everything appears so gentle and serene.
It was like reaching a higher level of Nirvana but only because the backdrop was Tivoli. Tivoli Gardens is a magical place where dreams can come true. The carousing, dancing and making merry in the bars and clubs of Copenhagen. The people that you meet in the bars and have fascinating, interesting conversations with strangers who end up being good friends. Basically I love meeting people, especially strangers and it's always good to make a connection with people, especially the Scandanavians.

Visitors Centre

by SandiMandi

When you arrive in Copenhagen, you should visit the official tourist information centre, located just a few minutes' walk from the central station, opposite the main entrance to Tivoli.

The service is very good and there are lots of brochures available about everything in and around Copenhagen. You'll also get your free citymap here.

The address: Vesterbrogade 4A.

Tourist information - "Copenhagen Card"

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Tourist office (Kobenhavns Turistinformation) Bernstorffsgade. 702 224 42, 702 224 52. April-September 9.00-24.00, October-March 9.00-17.00. Sunday-closed.

It is possible to get a tourist card "Copenhagen Card" in the office. The card is useful, if you are going to stay in the city some days. There are cards with validity on 24 or 72 hours. They entitle to unlimited access to more than 60 museums of the city, free-of-charge travel to the underground, tram and bus. At purchase of a card you receive the guidebook with a map of the city on which museums and sights which can be visited with a card are noted.

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Address: Sonder Boulevard 53, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1720, Denmark