Copenhagen’s Tivoli is an amusement park located in the center of Copenhagen close to the Central Station and Strøget.
The park is the world’s second oldest of its kind; only Dyrehavsbakken is older. Tivoli was made by Georg Carstensen, and opened in 1843. It is said that he talked to the king for permission to open the amusement park. After a trip overseas, Walt Disney was inspired by what they saw in Tivoli, and they created Disneyland.
There are a nearly forty-five different types of restaurants, cafes and food stands throughout Tivoli.
There are currently 25 rides in the amusement park, with the latest being Vertigo. This is a great place for people of any age.
Copenhagen hotels are plentiful and you can even stay inside Tivoli Gardens at the Nimb Hotel.
There are three roller coasters in the Tivoli amusement park. One being one of the world’s oldest wooden coasters called, Rutschebanen.