This is the Tivoli on a bad hair day but a lot of fun if you don't like your amusement parks too manicured. On the northern edge of Copenhagen, about 12km (7 1/2 miles) from the city center, this amusement park is a local favorite, featuring roller coasters, dancing, a tunnel of love, and a merry-go-round. Open-air restaurants are plentiful, as are snack bars and ice-cream booths. Some individual attractions -- 100 or so rides -- charge a separate admission fee -- proceeds support this unspoiled natural preserve. Make time to see the singing girls and cabaret at Bakkens Hvile. They rival the Rockettes at New York City's Radio City Music Hall and remain the most popular revue in Denmark. There are no cars in the park -- only bicycles and horse-drawn carriages are allowed.