Tivoli & Amusement parks, Copenhagen

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    Ferris Wheel views

    by grandmaR Updated Jan 18, 2014
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    Favorite thing: When we got into Tivoli, we went first on the Ferris Wheel. We went around twice (which we could do because it was rainy and no one was waiting) because I wanted to have a second chance to take pictures of the town. The Ferris wheel is one of the real classics at Tivoli

    Fondest memory: Access

    Age Minimum 6 years old
    Wheelchair users Yes
    Health limitations No
    Price 2 x DKK 25 tickets.

    Children aged under six years are only admitted with a paying companion (minimum 14 years).

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    Speed 10 km/h
    Number of Gondolas 6
    Height 18.7 m
    Built 1943
    Length of ride 4-5 minutes

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    general ideas

    by doodybee Updated Jan 19, 2009

    Favorite thing: we stayed at the astoria hotel
    just behind the main rail station in copenhagen and 2mins walk form tivoli
    we also walked up to the zoo ( about 20mins ) which was good value
    tha shopping area and habour area is in walking distamce from this hotel too as are one or two good museums ( although i can't see a young girl being imnterested in the Military Museum - may be wrong though )
    we booked the hotel through "GTA Hotels" but other sites have this hotel, it was good value fro money in my eyes and very central

    the SAS hotel looked to be inn the same area too

    enjoy copenhgagen - we did

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    The famous Tivoli

    by chancay Updated Mar 24, 2004

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    Tivoli entrance

    Favorite thing: So famous, but we did not go in (we couldn´t , because it was already winter season). Nevertheless it is a big party mile, like a big parish fair, opened in the summer season from april until september. This park exists since 1843!! At night there is a big illumination show, with about 11000 lights and 3 times a week you can enjoy fireworks at 15 minuts before midnight.

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    Tivoli

    by CandS Written Apr 22, 2003

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    Tivoli

    Favorite thing: We were a little disappointed by Tivoli. I had heard a lot about it and how much people enjoy it. I think that we either went at the wrong time of the year or for some reason it was just really quiet...

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    Tivoli

    by Bjorgvin Updated Sep 23, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Tivoli, the world famous pleasure garden, was opened in 1843. It is situated just a few minutes walk from the Central station. In its extensive flower gardens you will find cafés, restaurants, pavilions, open-air theatres, a concert hall, and an amusement park. Fireworks and illuminated fountains brighten the park at night, and concerts and ballets are performed throughout the summer. The Christmas market first opened few years ago has already become a tradition.

    Fondest memory: When I first visited Copenhagen I got a strange and joyous feeling like I had been there before. Since then visiting the city has always been like coming home.

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    Tivoli & StrøgetFunsters will...

    by alvin9747 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Tivoli & Strøget
    Funsters will want to head to Tivoli, the popular amusement park-cum-flower garden in the heart of the city. The famed park has been operating for over 150 years and so has had plenty of time to figure out how to best cater to the hordes of tourists and locals, many trailing enthusiastic youngsters, who flock there between mid-April and late-September each year. There are all the usual fun-park attractions, such as a roller coaster, Ferris wheel, open-air performances, carnival games and food pavilions. For the more cultured fun-loving palates, there are also traditional folk dances and a large concert hall hosting international symphony orchestras and ballet troupes. Tivoli also opens up for a few weeks prior to Christmas for holiday festivities, a seasonal market and ice-skating on the lake.

    When you've had all the gee-whiz, whoop-it-up, wallet-emptying festivities you can stomach, stagger out to the northern corner of the Tivoli compound and proceed in a calmer consumer-oriented manner up the world's longest pedestrian mall, Strøget. Strøget is a long chain of five streets that is replete with shops and eateries, as well as a myriad of entertainment options including street theatre.

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    Tivoli gardens is a must see...

    by jgemini65 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Tivoli gardens is a must see when visiting Copenhagen! Just because! But, it is fairly expensive and very crowded!

    Fondest memory: My daughters biggest goal when reaching Copenhagen was to visit 'Tivoli.' Here she is! I have to say the architecture is impressive!

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    You must go to 'Tivoli...

    by Luis_Alberto Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Favorite thing: You must go to 'Tivoli Gardens', just great, it is not at all like Dysneland. It has been around for over hundred years and fifty years. Get a Copenhagen card, this little card will be of great use to you, while you tour the city.

    Fondest memory: I met a few people in this city, and I had a wonderful time.

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    Tivoli

    by bhorton Written Sep 10, 2002
    Tivoli

    Favorite thing: Tivoli is a carneval located across from the main train station. Cool scenery, schrubbery, and food.

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    Enter Tivoli Amusement park.

    by Packerman Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Fondest memory: I enjoyed walking from Frederick's church through Amalienborg to the water and then heading towards Nyhavn on a bright sunny day.

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