We embarked from the celebrity eclipse and headed straight for the hop on hop off red tourist bus. We have travelled this city before and so this time knew exactly where we wanted to go. Our day tickets were 25 Euro each (free for under 12’s) and perhaps we could of saved a few Bob by hailing a cab but we really did not want to have the fuss of finding one to get back to ship later in the day so we stuck to the route we knew best. Onboard I immediately linked to the free Wifi and checked my mails.
First stop was Tivoli gardens. We planned to spend a good four hours here and take advantage of the glorious weather. We opted to pay our entry fee into the gardens and buy our ride tokens separately. There were just a few rides we wanted to try as a family and it worked out cheaper for us to just go ahead and pick our fun. The gardens are amazing and totally blooming this time of year. With so much to see and something on every corner it was a bit of a rush for us to get around the whole park. There are rides for everyone and every age. There are restaurants and ice cream parlours spread throughout the park. There are also daily music shows.
We learn something new about Tivoli every year and as well as it being the oldest theme park in the world it was also where Walt Disney himself got his inspiration from when he visited as a child.