Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark
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They have an 80m high carousel, it is incredible! It is called the Himelskibet and moves with a speed of 70km/h, man feels sick only watching it.
The Gardens give home to all sorts of events, in the summer season, there are stages for performers of pantomime, dance shows and even ballet.
The fireworks and lots of games are fantastic. The whole part is amazing, actually, if you are with kids or you are a big kid in your heart yourself.
The place is very clean and constructed with very good taste, no wonder, it is 100 years old and also has nice bars and restaurants, which are not expensive compared to places outside the park.
1620 Kobenhavn V
Adults DKK 95 (about $19)
Children DKK 45 (about $9)
They are opened in the summer season (from April to August) and then reopen for Halloween and then for the Christmas festival.
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