rcjp wrote:Hey, I'll be going to Copenhagen in August with my parents but we won't be staying for a long time (and I already convinced them to make a trip to Liseberg for one day somehow) so I probably won't have the chance to visit more than one park near the city and so I was wondering if you guys think I should choose tivoli gardens or bakken (also taking into account that I'm more of a coaster guy). It is possible that I might get to go to both but I'd still like to have one as a main option.
I'd really try for both! Tornado at Bakken is definitely worth the trip, there is a part on it that is INSANE! I have been to both parks and I'm thinking if you are a coaster guy, I'd head to Bakken. BUT Tivoli can't be missed either!
Also is the new ride open at the park??
I agree with Chris, which is rare. If you're looking for more of a coaster experience, then I think Bakken is just a little bit better. Tivoli is one of my favorite parks in the world, but in terms of coasters it's somewhat lacking.
The more I think about it, you could do both in a day. There's a train station about a mile away from Bakken, and it runs directly to Tivoli (Central Station). Just make sure you hold on to your ticket, right Chris? Start at Bakken in the morning, then head to Tivoli in the late afternoon. Seeing it at night is well worth it.
FU Thad! But yes follow Thad's directions and go to Bakken first and then Tivoli.
PS....Thad's just mad he doesn't see me in my skinny jeans anymore!
Imagine being strapped into a wild roller coaster at 80 km per hour, exposed to 4G, passing through three loops and experiencing a physical drop of 20 meters. The experience will soon become even wilder with a virtual reality tour of fire-breathing dragons, demons and exploding fireworks taken from ancient Chinese mythology.
The journey into virtual reality starts as soon as you put on your headset. Enjoy the ride, because now there is no turning back!
Please note: A virtual reality-ride in the Demon is optional and will cost 25 DKK in addition to the normal ticket price.
Since I live in Copenhagen and since I've never tried one of these VR rides before I'll try it once before I make up my mind. I can't say that I'm very excited since the graphics on the other rides looks like an uninspiring game that came for free with your copy of Windows 95.
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