When people speak of Copenhagen, the first thing that will probably come to mind is Tivoli. It's all I heard people talking about when I mentioned I was visiting Denmark so I was more than a little bit intriguied, having admittedly never heard of it myself. The park opened in 1843 and is the second oldest amusement park in the world and the second most popular seasonal theme park in the world and my...does it live up to the write ups! Karl was really skeptical about paying the 100KR (the equvilent to £10) just to enter the park to walk around but I was determined to go inside and see what all the fuss is about. You truly are transported into another world, a world which probably resembles the inside of Willy Wonka's head. You are greeted by a huge Taj Mahal-esque castle (which happens to be a hotel!), followed around by the resident peacock, serenaded by gospel singers, lured into the stunning gardens filled with multi-coloured tulips, all the while suddenly realising you have stepped into what looks like a german sweetshop. After 2 hours of getting lost inside, we can safely say it is definitely worth the accolades.