5. Tivoli gardenNow, this place people place as first spot. If you are amusement park lover and like to have some fun rides this is not the place to be missed. The place has some amazing restaurants. Sometimes, the play take place and they are entertaining, chose Friday for the place, if you have an option.
Day 4 - I decided to skip Tivoli Gardens since I have visited one amusement park already on my first day in Copenhagen. And thus I continued back to the city centre to meet up with Dana and spend some quality girls time instead! There's a lot of catchups to do after 4 years anyway. LOL. Tivoli Garden, locally known as Tivoli, is a famous amusement park and pleasure garden that was opened in 1843. It is the second oldest operating amusement park in the world, after Bakken. However, it is bigger than Bakken and there are more rides available. It has been stated that Tivoli ranks the second most popular seasonal theme park in the world, the most visited theme park in Scandinavia and the fourth most visited in Europe. That gives me a perfect excuse to visit Denmark for the second time.