Take a trip to the world famous amusement park and gardens, Tivoli, in the heart of Copenhagen. It’s a great concoction of gardens, restaurants, music and funfair rides, making it popular with visitors of all ages. Founded over 160 years ago, Tivoli is actually one of the oldest amusement parks in Europe. There aren’t many places where you’ll find a 1914 wooden rollercoaster sharing space with a spectacular new thrill ride, ‘The Demon’, from 2004. You’ll also see the world’s tallest carousel, ‘Himmelskibet’, which is 80 metres high. But if rides aren’t your thing, pull up a seat at one of the cafés or restaurants and enjoy the colour and scent of those beautiful, flower-freckled gardens. There’s a concert hall here too, which hosts a live music festival in the summer months. As Tivoli finds a home in the city centre, you’re free to wander at your own pace and explore the city’s famous sights before returning to the ship.
This is a transfer only, there will be no guide. Your entrance to Tivoli is included in the price, but any rides etc. will be extra. The drive to Copenhagen takes approximately an hour and a half.