Traveling without children, I only visited because admission was free with my city pass and I was interested to compare it to American amusement parks. Conclusion: more low-key and charming, with many flowers, statues, etc. Most interesting was the museum devoted to a Swedish singer. There was also a charming open-air dance hall which was quite busy early in the evening. I unwisely decided to eat at one of the pricier restaurants. The food was fine and service was good but, of course, it was overpriced.
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