Wednesday, June 29, 2011
We went to Tivoli Gardens, which normally costs, but since we are a travel agent we received a cOPENhagen card, which let us in for free. You could also purchase a cOPENhagen card at the Information Centre, just across the street from Tivoli. Tivoli Gardens is Copenhagen's version of a Six Flags, Hershey Park, Dutch Wonderland, or Jolly Rodgers. It's not very big. The rides and attratctions cost extra, the main gate fee is just to let you into the park and the cOPENhgen card only gets you in; it doesn't let you ride rides. The park opens at 11, though none of the food or bars open until 12, and few rides were running at 11. The rollercoaster was one that was working.
Tivoli Gardens is the main thing you must see in Copenhagen. Also be on the lookout for Elephants, little statues of them that is! They are everywhere to premote a new exibit at the Zoo, which I wish we went to.
Have fun on your trip to Copenhagen!