Copenhagen Sightseeing and Amusement Parks
ABOVE: Use the
Copenhagen Harbor Bus for an inexpensive do-it-yourself sightseeing cruise.
Copenhagen's most famous statue is an obsession for tourists--and also for
vandals who have decapitated or otherwise damaged the "small and unimposing"
bronze sculpture over the years.
Copenhagen's downtown amusement park has been a magical place for Danes
and foreigners of all ages since 1843. Rides, entertainment venues, and
restaurants are tucked amid flowers, trees, and thousands of lights after
The world's oldest amusement park, Dyrehavsbakken, has a 90-foot (30m) wooden roller coaster with
a brakeman, a flume and other thrill rides, beer tents, restaurants, circus and
vaudeville acts, and deer that wander in from the surrounding Royal Deer Park.
Most of the park's annual 2.5 million guests are Danish.
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