(Copenhagen) — You’ll read all about Tivoli Gardens, the amusement park built in the mid 1800s, it’s a top destination in Copenhagen. But I suggest you hold off on visiting it until nighttime with all the lights come up and it takes on a whole new feel. There’s as many adults as kids, all just out for a stroll. And while you’re at it, stop by the moorish Nimb hotel and it’s world-reknown restaurant Nimb, considered one of the vanguards of the new-Scandavian cuisine. You’ll need reservations at Nimb, but there’s a more casual sibling right next door, with large community tables and amazing food. Have a bite and a nip, then go back out and enjoy the lights.
The moorish Hotel Nimb. I tried to stay there, but it was sold out. It is supposed to be a great hotel.
Check out the open kitchen, community tables and excellent food at Nimb Bar N Grill, the more casual sibling across the hall from the world-reknown new-Scandavian Nimb
Last visited: November 2009
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