The Tivoli Gardens is one of my favourite places in Copenhagen, and I have had a season pass as long as I've lived in the city.
In the summer you can spend the warm nights walking around the lake or trying the rides, and during winter they put up beautiful decorations across the entire park. It is the first place I go when I want to get into the Christmas spirit and with the new winter season in February, you can light up those cold winter days too.
The Tivoli Gardens is the second oldest amusement park in the world. It opened in 1843 at the same spot it is located today in central Copenhagen.
The park has more than 25 rides but is mostly known for its many lights. Approximately 115000 lightbulbs light up the park at night, which makes it the perfect place for a romantic walk or some great pictures.
I've put together some of my favourite pictures from the winter season below, along with a few tips, to inspire you to visit Tivoli.
The entrance to the park is so iconic and one of my favourite things about Tivoli. The lines can get long on certain days or when the Friday concerts are on, but if you buy your tickets in advance or have a season pass you can pretty much walk right in. (Buy here)
If you do get cold after walking around the park, look for one of the spots where you can warm up next to the hot coals.
During the Christmas season, a bunch of small shops - selling everything from food to christmas decorations - are built along the routes in the park. You can walk inside to heat up and do a little bit of shopping.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures. Feel free to ask me any questions you might have or leave a comment below.
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