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Copenhague y el Parque Tivoli

Copenhague y el Parque Tivoli

Vuelo y hotel en Copenhague salida desde Madrid incluyendo entrada al parque Tivoli.

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15/04/2019ECONOMY

Madrid

Copenhagen

España
Barajas / 16:35
Ryanair FR 607 Ryanair
3h 15m Directo
Dinamarca
19:50 Kastrup
15/04/2019 17/04/2019

Copenhagen

Sobre la ciudad

Hace una década, los visitantes solo visitaban Copenhague por sus canales, plazas adoquinadas, encantadoras calles y casas color pastel. Ahora, esta ciudad es más conocida por su innovador diseño, la arquitectura de vanguardia y sus restaurantes de prestigio. Esta histórica ciudad de canales se ha convertido en moderna, animada y cosmopolita, sin perder sus antiguos encantos. El puerto de cuento de hadas, Nyhavn, el legendario paseo marítimo de la ciudad, es punto de referencia más tradicional de Copenhague, donde los visitantes disfrutan de las calles empedradas y casas de colores que contrastan con el muelle Langelinje, donde se encuentra la atracción más famosa de la ciudad, La Sirenita. Caminando por el muelle Langelinje, aparece el moderno teatro de la ópera en el horizonte atrayendo a los turistas del siglo XXI. Otro punto de referencia del litoral de la ciudad es el complejo de ocio Black Diamond, una razón más para explorar más allá del pequeño centro turístico. El edificio en sí es impresionante y ofrece una oportunidad única para descansar en una tumbona con vistas al agua. Dos de las zonas más alternativas de la ciudad son Veesterbro y Norrebro, lejos de las manadas de turistas. Estos vibrantes vecindarios permitirán a los viajeros más aventureros mezclarse con los lugareños y experimentar el ambiente animado de lugares como el Norrebro Food Hall, un mercado gourmet cubierto, o la Ralea, el restaurante donde los chefs locales van a comer después del trabajo. El barrio más de moda de Copenhague está lleno de bares de moda, tiendas de diseño y restaurantes, donde los visitantes pueden experimentar la revolución culinaria de la ciudad, y tan sólo a una parada de metro desde el centro de la ciudad. El barrio Christianshavn es el menos transitado y ofrece una mirada tranquila junto al canal residencial. Es también el hogar de la "ciudad libre" de Christiana, una comunidad alternativa creada por los hippies en la década de 1970, que vibra con galerías y cafeterías, y tiene su propio conjunto de reglas estrictas. Copenhague es limpia, segura y fácil de conocer. También es una de las ciudades más verdes de Europa y su transporte público haría sonrojar a Nueva York. Su centro está reservado para los peatones y las leyes contra la contaminación son estrictas. Es un lugar idílico para el medio ambiente, con mucho espacio verde y las bicicletas a menudo superan en número a los coches. Pasee sin preocupaciones hacia el mundialmente famoso parque de atracciones Tivoli y el delicioso jardín botánico de la ciudad, o salga a las terrazas de los cafés y restaurantes durante el verano junto a los lugareños. Decida lo que decida hacer en la capital danesa, si ama el diseño y cenar o pasear, Copenhague le seguirá llamando como el canto de una sirena.

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First Hotel Kong Frederik

Popularidad:
  • 71% General
    1023
  • Vester voldgade, 25, Copenhagen 1552
Servicios:
Habitaciones:
STANDARD DOUBLE ROOM (NON-REFUNDABLE) (1) - SOLO HABITACIÓN
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Tivoli Gardens Skip the Line admission

día 1 - Standard Ticket
Founded way back in 1843 with a whopping 4.5 million visitors a year. Rain or shine, you're guaranteed a good time in the glorious gardens.


Tivoli’s hundreds of trees and the many carefully designed gardens are part and parcel of the Tivoli experience. Visit the Parterre Garden, listed as Danish heritage since 2014, take a stroll around the lake, study the rhododendron garden that doubles as the setting for the Vintage Cars kiddie ride and don’t miss the many flowerbeds where greens and vegetables grow alongside perennials and summer flowers. Tivoli’s herbs and flowers are actually used by the chefs in Tivoli’s restaurants, by the way.

Each season of the year has its particular look, from narcissi and tulips in the spring over roses to autumn flowering perennials and hardier plants such as hyacinths, helleborus or even kale and cabbages. Tivoli’s Halloween and Christmas looks fit with the seasons. Halloween boasts 20,000 pumpkins and Christmas thousands of Christmas trees and spruce garlands. At night, Tivoli is spectacularly lit no matter what time of year you visit.

Culture
Make sure you check Tivoli’s daily programme before you visit. You wouldn’t want to miss half a great concert or show just because you forgot to check the start times. Tivoli’s outdoor venues give you live performances every single day: ballets at the Pantomime Theatre, music at the open-air stage or the Harmony Pavilion, parades with the Tivoli Youth Guard every weekend and rock or pop concerts every Friday.

The indoor venues offer world class ballet and concerts which are well worth travelling to. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater are regular guest performers along with other great ballet companies. Jonas Kaufmann and Sarah Coburn are among the top performers who have played at the Tivoli Concert Hall.

Rides and games
Even if you are not a huge fan of rides, there are a few rides you shouldn’t miss when visiting Tivoli Gardens. The Ferris wheel gives you a beautiful view of Tivoli which is particularly pleasing at dusk just as the lights have been lit. The classic wooden Roller Coaster, built in 1914, is one of the World’s oldest wooden roller coasters still operating, and one of just seven roller coasters worldwide with a brakeman on board every train.

Tivoli’s many quaint games add to the old-world charm of the popular amusement park. Battle against each other in the 5-game-tournament 5-Kamp or play, throw and shoot just for the fun of it. At Nimb the focus is on detail - and the guest is always at the centre of attention. Nimb style also features both the magic of Tivoli and a warm Nordic atmosphere. Nimb was built in 1909 as an Arab fantasy castle by Tivoli head architect and director Knud Arne-Petersen. Since then, the establishment has undergone many transformations and in 2007 Nimb was refurbished from top to bottom. However, the unique old-world charm is intact.

Nimb Hotel has 17 luxuriously furbished rooms and suites. 21 rooms will be added in late 2017 when Tivoli Corner opens. The Nimb restaurants – Nimb Bar ‘n’ Grill, Nimb Vinotek, Nimb Brasserie, Fru Nimb and Nimb Terrasse – all ooze elegant yet relaxed atmospheres and aim for excellence in service as well as food and drink. Nimb Bar is the perfect watering hole before or after your business meeting in one of the many Nimb Events venues. In 2015, Nimb was voted the World’s Best Hotel by Small Luxury Hotels in the World among 520 hotels in 82 countries.

Food and drink\n
You really are spoilt for choice at Tivoli Gardens when it comes to food and drink. Fast food or fine dining, we have go you covered. Tivoli offers cuisine from all over the world, including Danish and Nordic cuisine, of course. Tivoli’s restaurants are experienced in catering for large groups. In fact, counting both indoor and outdoor seating,10,000 people can sit down to a meal at the same time at Tivoli Gardens. A group travelling together but splitting up for the Tivoli visit may use prepaid vouchers for meals, drinks etc. to make run as smoothly as possible.

More to do
You can easily spend a day here without even noticing how quickly time has passed. If, however, you are looking for more activities, Tivoli has good connections with the surrounding businesses which gives you the chance to make the most of everything in and around Tivoli and Copenhagen.

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Voucher type: Printed
Printed Voucher. Print and bring the voucher to enjoy the activity.
Tickets are valid for Summer, Halloween & Christmas, there are special tickets for Winter.

Location
Starting point:
Tivoli Gardens

End point: Same as starting point

Schedule
Opening dates
Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday, 11:00 - 23:00

Duration: 12 Hours

Guiding options
Guiding type: Not included\n
17/04/2019ECONOMY

Copenhagen

Madrid

Dinamarca
Kastrup / 15:40
Iberia Airlines IB 3731 Iberia Airlines
3h 15m Directo
España
18:55 Barajas
1 Seguros
  • Seguro (Mapfre-Seguro Inclusion) - Región (Solo continente) - Días (3)

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Copenhague y el Parque Tivoli
Copenhague y el Parque Tivoli