The Tivoli Gardens in downtown Copenhagen is a world-famous amusement – recreation park and one of the major attractions in modern-day Denmark.
Tivoli was founded by the Danish officer Georg Carstensen. The doors of the park opened on August 15, 1843.
Now the park is one of the most visited in Scandinavia and the third in Europe, behind Disneyland Paris and the German Europa Park.
Access : Coordinates: 55.673611, 12.568333 /
- Tivoli Gardens is one of the theme parks in Europe to have been recognized with a Thea Classic Award, awarded by the Themed Entertainment Association.
- Tivoli has three seasons: The summer season, from mid-April until the end of September, with fireworks and concerts / The Halloween season, from mid-October to early November /
The Christmas season, from mid-November until December 23.
- Tivoli is a place mainly Especially visited with family, it has a large number of games, around ten thrilling attractions, around twenty calm attractions and several restaurants with various specialties.
- The attractions allow you to discover Nordic mythology (with the fort of Valhalla, Valhalla Borgen), the tales of Hans Christian Andersen (with the flying suitcases, Den flyvende Kuffert), the view of Copenhagen (with the tower), and the theater of pantomimes which offer a perpetuation of Italian La Commedia dell’arte (in a softened form).
- The Tivoli Rutschebanen (1914) are one of the oldest wooden roller coasters. The Himmelskibet attraction (“the sky boat”) opened in 2006 and was the tallest in the world until 2010, with its 80-meter tower.
Go next : Copenhagen , the capital of Denmark and the cultural and economic center of the country.