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Best Amusement Park in parts of the world

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amusement parks provide a good family outing and good for relaxation from small children to older people. Amusement park has been a favourite holiday destination and also one of the top family destinations. Do book your hotel deals or discount hotel beforehand to get best hotel deals. And phone card/calling card to call back home as well. Below are the popular amusement park in the world:
Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World
Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Everybody loves Disney. It is a blessing that there is Disney amusement in this world. The most famous Disney Theme/amusement park is Magic Kingdom Park in Florida, USA. There is something for every children, whether its boy or girl. Cinderella Castle, Space mountain rides,pixie dust everywhere in the amusement park, enchanting and magical tales. Magic Kingdom is when the enchanting tales becomes a reality. Reserve your cheap hotel fast, in addition when you travel to florida, do travel to one of the top city in the world and book for new york hotel

Tivoli Gardens
Copenhagen, Denmark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admission fee to this Tivoli garden is not expensive, start at $7 per day. Not only it is an amusement park, but this 1843 built Tivoli Garden is widely use for concert venue. The Copenhagen Jazz festival was held in Tivoli Garden.

Tivoli garden is both amusement park and beautiful garden. The most enthralling ride is The Demon (60 feet roller coaster with a lot of loops). Nevertheless, there are a lot of other famous ride as well; “Space car”, ‘break dance’, “ Ghsot train”,’Boomerang’. Do not worry, those who bring small children, Tivoli Garden provide attraction too, such as fun house, small rollercoaster” caterpillar”, and fairy tale twined city park

In the park, you can enjoy eating sausage under the shade of the sun under the tree, drink beer in the garden, watch free pantomime theatre, enjoying the flowery scenery and many more

Tokyo Disneyland
Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tokyo Disneyland is the 1st Disneyland theme park to be opened outside United State and it is one of the most successful  and most visited theme park in the world. To make visitor to be convenient, nearby Tokyo Disneyland, there are also Disney sea and many hotels is also build in the complex
The famous ride is : “ Big Thunder Mountain” and “ Haunted mine”

7 themed area in Tokyo Disneyland is unique; Westernland, Tomorrowland, The World Bazaar, Adventure land, Fantasy Land, Critter Country, Mickey Toontown.

Ocean Park
Hong Kong

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Said to be one of the biggest marine parks in the world, something for everyone. There are more than 30 attractions and more than 15 rides in “Kids World”, “Marine world” etc. You can even have a view over the surrounding city and South China Sea using the cable car ride when going from the lowland to the headland.  In Ocean Park, you can also witness the worls’d 2nd longest outdoor escalator. Of course, there are also roller coasters inside the marine park. And also there are aquarium inside the Ocean Park to provide education and fun for both adult and children.

Hong Kong is not an expensive city for holiday if you get hotel deals or cheap hotel

Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Blackpool, England

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blackpool Pleasure Beach is a combination of amusement park and beach. The main target is adult, but nevertheless, there is also entertainment for children as well(rides, live entertainment etc).  There is thrill-seeker “ Pepsi Max Big One” and “ Valhalla”(pitch black and high speeds) and also you can also find in Blackpool the 1st commercial monorail in the world. This park is the combination of new and old; modern roller coster, traditional wooden rides, old rides, high technology thrill rides, and also there is small family rides.

To enhance the pleasure, there will also be new shows, rides and a casino. Visit England and search for your discount hotel and phone card/calling card

 

 

 

City Break to Copenhagen

The holiday season is upon us which means it’s time to start thinking about places to jet off to. With so many great destinations at your fingertips, how do you choose?

So you have decided on the destination for your short break this year, and you have chosen to go to Copenhagen in Denmark, Scandinavia. Here are a few ideas on what to do and where to go, and what sort of spending money you will need in order to have a good time.

Holidays in Copenhagen with the time has made a status and reputation as a chief destination for creative cuisine. Throughout the warmer months local Danish fruits and vegetables are produced. In Tivoli, the gardens’ two Michelin-famous eating joints, Herman and Restaurant Kokkeriet, battle with creative cooking. Close by is the Michelin-starred Noma, which has been considered by experts among the top 10 restaurants in the world. Sult provides original fusion dishes and brunches. BioMio, in Vesterbro’s Kødbyen, offers reasonable organic dishes in stylish surroundings.

Enjoy in the streets of summertime Copenhagen to be romanced by the sounds of road musicians, troubadours, buckers and salsa clubs at every nook and corner of the city. There are many places to hear to music, with beer in hand. La Fontaine, opposite Christianshavn, offers exciting aeshing nighttime jazz and boogie-woogie. Mojo, just round the corner, is the towns best recognized blues joint.

In recent years Copenhagen has become one of the hippest, most cosmopolitan cities in Europe. The Danish capital has become incredibly popular with people who love luxury breaks, enjoy beautiful architecture and like to let loose at night with delicious dinners and fun dancing. If you go, be sure to visit Nyhavn, the picturesque 17th century harbour and sample the delights of the local outdoor cafes in the area.

Copenhagen in Denmark – the Tourist Paradise

Copenhagen in Denmark is one of Europe’s oldest capitals and home to the nation’s parliament, government, and monarchy. It is a city suited for tourists and easy to explore. It is the nation’s largest city with a population of over 1 million. It is also the cultural center for the country featuring art, music, theater and design. It is also known as a 24 hour party city for those looking for a swinging time.

The city can be cold in the winter so the most popular times to visit are in the summer months. Accommodations range from youth hostels and budget accommodation to exclusive five star hotels. For visitors there are many theaters, museums, art galleries and musical entertainment choices which will make your stay in the royal city memorable.

Copenhagen City Hall Square in the center of the city can hold over 50.000 people for events. At one side of the square is the world famous Tivoli Gardens which features an amusement park which was established in 1843. It is worth a stroll around to check out the old world village like atmosphere featuring rides and restaurants. On the other side of the City Hall Square is the pedestrian shopping street Strøget a excellent starting point for shopping expeditions.

Another famous attraction is the Amalienborg Palace which is the residence of the Danish royalty and is actually four different palaces set out surrounding a square. At noon visitors gather to watch the changing of the guard.

For kids there are many attractions including the Copenhagen Zoo, the National Museum, the Aquarium or the New Carlsberg Glyptotek. There are also public beaches within easy reach of the city. Be sure to try out a saunas which is part of the Danish culture.

Cuisine in Copenhagen offers a variety of choices ranging from basic meals including smorrebrod (open sandwiches), frikadeller, (meatballs) and pølser, (hot dogs) to the ultimate in fine restaurants. There is a growing number of North African and Middle Eastern restaurants influenced by recent immigrants to the area. Cafes and pubs abound as Denmark is renowned for its beer including the world famous Carlsberg lager.

Copenhagen has a thriving nightlife. Most nightclubs get going around midnight and are busy until dawn. Dancing, live music, and jazz clubs are all popular night time attractions. Copenhagen’s international casino draws large crowds interested in gambling. For opera lovers the Opera House in Copenhagen is one of Europe’s most modern and impressive buildings and features top notch opera. The Danish Royal Theatre dates from1872 and is home to the country’s highly rated theater and ballet performances.

The Christiania area of the city was developed in the early 1970s by hippies who developed their own laws which were independent of the Danish government. It is now an area famed for art and a diversity of cultures.

The famous Little Mermaid statue is one of Copenhagen’s most famous landmarks and attracts almost one million tourists every year. Nyhavn is the old harbor area and is a picturesque area not to be missed. Nyhavn includes many quays with boats and is a fun area to explore.

One of the largest European construction projects is the Oresund Bridge which was opened for traffic in July 2000. This bridge and tunnel connects the Copenhagen area in Denmark with Malmo in Sweden and has opened up the area to new economic growth and development as well as sightseeing opportunities.

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Sights and Interests of Copenhagen

With a population just over 500,000, Copenhagen is a city you don’t want to miss if you’re going to be touring Europe. The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen has a truly special charm that needs to be experienced to be appreciated. The world’s oldest monarchy is in Denmark, and the Royal family just may be seen mingling with the people in downtown Copenhagen, as they are famous for hanging with the common folk. And downtown is where you’ll find Amalienborg Palace, home to the monarchs.

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A classic European feel is what you’ll get in Copenhagen, with narrow cobbled streets and no shortage of fascinating old buildings from all points of history. If you want to get to the heart of it all, head for City Hall square, where you can admire Tivoli Gardens on one side, and Stroget (the straight) on the other, Europe’s longest pedestrian street. City Hall square was originally constructed in 1900 in the Romantic style. It was subsequently renovated and revamped in 1996.Down Stroget a bit you’ll find the exquisite bronze fountain created at Gammel Square in 1608. Another great place to stop is in Grabrodre Square in the heart of this very trendy shopping district.

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Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is a sprawling metropolis that is both the capital and the largest city in Denmark with nearly two million people calling it home. This bustling burg wasn’t always a world-famous cultural epicenter, though. This futuristic and advanced super-city was once a quaint, quiet fishing village that struggled from time to time with Viking invaders. Copenhagen outlasted the Viking onslaught, though, and through the ages it withstood attacks from the United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, and many more countries. Sometimes it was occupied, sometimes it was fully taken over, but this glimmering diamond of the Scandinavian world never ceased to maintain its own cultural identity.

These days, Copenhagen continues its reign as the capital of Denmark but it does seem to have changed a bit from its fishing roots. Like many cities in Denmark, Copenhagen can now be seen as something of a “wonderland”. While it has all the necessary business and financial districts, the city is definitely a lot “cooler” than it was in centuries past and the once-humble burg is now a major tourist attraction with millions of people visiting each year to bear witness to the many wonderful sights to behold in this fascinating land. What makes Copenhagen so appealing is its vast amount of variety contained within. There are beautiful, temperate beaches on the coastline near the island of Zealand but Copenhagen isn’t just a resort town. There are countless parks thanks to efforts by the city council to create one of the greenest cities on Earth but Copenhagen is by no means a forest-filled city.

Many of the people who visit Copenhagen don’t go there for the natural beauty, though. Thanks to Copenhagen’s old age, there is a treasure trove of architecture to peruse for the history buff, the architecture fan, and even the casual observer. Christianburg Palace, for instance, is well known for its amazing spire system and thousands come each year to walk up and down these amazing creations. The later Danish architecture of the city, like the City Hall and Stock Exchange, has won countless European awards for design in the RIBA European Awards and the World Architecture Festival, among others, and has earned the city the title of the “World’s best design city”.

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Copenhagen As a Top Winter Destination

Copenhagen is a top winter destination for backpackers who want an alternative traveling experience. The Danish capital has stunning architecture evident in the medieval city and most of the attractions are free.

Getting Around

Cycling is the transport of choice even in winter and travelers should enquire at their Copenhagen hostels about the budget-friendly City Bike scheme. It is quicker to travel around the city by bike than by using any other form of transport, and it will save you a great deal of money.

The harbor bus is also a cheap alternative to official canal tours and a great way to view the city from the water.

Attractions

The city’s many palaces, museums and historical monuments are great places to visit on a winter’s day.

Baroque and modern architecture stand side by side in the city and travelers can look out of their Copenhagen hostel window and see a skyline broken by church and cathedral spires, such as the Church of Our Savior, which can be climbed to the very top.

History experts will find the Frederiksstaden area fascinating. The Amalienborg Palace and Marble Church are impressive and travelers will also find beautiful 18th century mansions in the area.

The Royal Library, nicknamed the Black Diamond and inspired by the northern lights, will delight literary enthusiasts. Travelers who decide to embark upon a tour of the Carlsberg brewery may even be lucky enough to receive free samples during their visit, making it a worthwhile attraction for backpackers.

Culture

There are a large number of museums and art galleries in Copenhagen. The National Museum offers a fascinating history lesson and the National Gallery displays exhibits dating from the 12th century to contemporary works.

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek contains the personal collection of Carl Christian Hillman Jacobsen, son of the founder of Carlsberg, and is also worth seeing.

Parks

There are many green spaces in Copenhagen and during the colder months the snow transforms them into a magical winter scene. King’s Garden, located in the Rosenborg Castle gardens, is the oldest park in the city and very beautiful during the colder months.

The Botanical Gardens, in the north-east area of Kastellat, is often a peaceful place to wander around and is enjoyed by locals and travelers alike.

Nightlife

Copenhagen has a vibrant jazz scene and travelers fortunate enough to catch a music festival will enjoy some great nights out at very reasonable prices.

Backpackers wandering along Stroget will come across an array of street entertainment in the form of magicians, jugglers and other street performers. A great night out without spending a penny will do wonders for a backpacker’s budget.

Tea cafes and traditional restaurants are great places to kick back and enjoy the best of Copenhagen’s local produce.

Danish cuisine is simple and backpackers will come across Smorrebrod, a popular Danish sandwich, and Koldt bord, which includes seafood.

Visit to http://www.mycopenhagen.co.uk/ and you’ll find everything that you need for  Luxury Hotels In Copenhagen.

Copenhagen Luxury Holidays

summer vacation in Copenhagen is perfect for sopping up Scandinavian summer sun on extended afternoons, of wandering royal castles and museums. The humid nights are for providing variety to Scandinavian fare and cheerful jazz.

Fun and Fair at Tivoli

Toddler, teenager or any age group, a summertime walk through Tivoli Gardens is an indispensable experience on a Copenhagen summer break. Jump on an old wooden roller coaster, chew candy floss or popcorn and be entertained by the organ grinders, jugglers and jokers. Ancient style buildings, a toy rail and pantomime ballets based on Hans Christian Andersen fables make the day very pleasant. After the sunset musicians and dance troupes enact on stage as bystanders drink glasses of Carlsberg and watch the sun go down towards the horizon.

World-beating haute cuisine

Copenhagen with the time has made a status and reputation as a chief destination for creative cuisine. Throughout the warmer months local Danish fruits and vegetables are produced. In Tivoli, the gardens’ two Michelin-famous eating joints, Herman and Restaurant Kokkeriet, battle with creative cooking. Close by is the Michelin-starred Noma, which has been considered by experts among the top 10 restaurants in the world. Sult provides original fusion dishes and brunches. BioMio, in Vesterbro’s Kødbyen, offers reasonable organic dishes in stylish surroundings.

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Sights and Interests of Copenhagen

With a population just over 500,000, Copenhagen is a city you don’t want to miss if you’re going to be touring Europe. The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen has a truly special charm that needs to be experienced to be appreciated. The world’s oldest monarchy is in Denmark, and the Royal family just may be seen mingling with the people in downtown Copenhagen, as they are famous for hanging with the common folk. And downtown is where you’ll find Amalienborg Palace, home to the monarchs.

A classic European feel is what you’ll get in Copenhagen, with narrow cobbled streets and no shortage of fascinating old buildings from all points of history. If you want to get to the heart of it all, head for City Hall square, where you can admire Tivoli Gardens on one side, and Stroget (the straight) on the other, Europe’s longest pedestrian street. City Hall square was originally constructed in 1900 in the Romantic style. It was subsequently renovated and revamped in 1996.Down Stroget a bit you’ll find the exquisite bronze fountain created at Gammel Square in 1608. Another great place to stop is in Grabrodre Square in the heart of this very trendy shopping district.

Stay at the Stroget for late afternoon and evening street entertainment – there’s quite a variety of performers. The Tivoli pleasure gardens will also provide a steady stream of entertainment. There are roller coasters and much more to keep you having fun. Don’t limit yourself to the Tivoli Gardens, as there are many green parks in Copenhagen to enjoy and explore.

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