It is not surprising that Walt Disney was motivated to create his own theme park as a result of visiting Tivoli in Copenhagen. These imaginative gardens, which have been at the center of the city for more than 175 years, offer something for everyone, including thrilling roller coasters, bygone fair games, and star-studded concerts.
A carousel drawn by horses and a roller coaster were the only two attractions present when Tivoli first opened in 1843. It’s a much grander affair today. Tivoli, a cultural center, amusement park, and wonderland all rolled into one, is one of the most well-known locations in Denmark. The Danes adore Tivoli and consider it a national treasure. This idyllic garden, which is in the center of the city, has almost 1,000 trees and blooms with 400,000 flowers in the summer. Tivoli is a truly magical sight at night when it is illuminated by an array of colorful fairy lights. Thrill-seekers have a ton of options for rides, many of which are available for a fee, but there is also plenty else to enjoy, including free performances, children’s play areas, and a variety of dining establishments.