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Never visited Copenhagen? Well, you must be ashamed… If you consider yourself as a collector of experiences, you shouldn’t be waiting… Join inspiring Copenhagen tours! You will be surprised, Copenhagen’s travel guides have unbelievable stories to tell… Enter an adventurous chamber and find out about Copenhagen things to do. Ready to travel? All right! There are plenty of charming things to do in Copenhagen: visit the famous Little Mermaid, explore National museum, tour around magnificent Christiansborg palace. Wondering what are the top things to do in Copenhagen? No worries, Copenhagen tours will guide you all the way through Tivoli gardens, magical Bakken amusement park and delicious experiences in local restaurants! Things to do in Copenhagen will reveal if your shoes are made for touring… Count on Copenhagen’s travel guide, it will force you to feel this passionate spirit of whole capital. Also, don’t forget to visit Nyhavn harbor with bright, romantic houses, travel to all those stylish boutiques, shops and restaurants… Believe us – you will be inspired. Things to do in Copenhagen will make your journey unforgettable as soon as you start one of our tours!
Population: 763,908 (2016)
Area: 86.39 km2
Postal code: 1050–1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450, 2500
Area code: (+45) 3
Rank in the country: 1st in Denmark
Freetown Christiania is an autonomous neighborhood in Copenhagen full of homemade houses, workshops, art galleries, music venues, cafes and beautiful nature. It was established when a group of hippies inhabited some abandoned military barracks and created their own independent society and rules. But above all, this part of the town is definitely one of the coolest places in the country because of the mind blowing street art. Amazing paintings, murals, graffiti and stickers cover almost every building wall in Christiania and thus it is like an open-air gallery all year round.
Nyhavn Harbor is one of highly recommended places to visit in Copenhagen because of its relaxed atmosphere, jazz music, great food and brightly painted gabled houses. Once you reach the end of the harbor, where a lying anchor serves to Danish sailors lost in WWII, and look back your jaw is bound to drop because it looks like a beautiful and colourful painting right in front of your eyes. During the summer, it can be wonderful to simply sit on the edge of the quay, relax and enjoy the view, and during the winter, Nyhavn is filled with Christmas lights and festive Christmas market stools to it is sure to fill you with the holidays spirit!
The Little Mermaid is undoubtedly one of the most visited places in Copenhagen. This beautiful bronze sculpture has become the official emblem of the city and is based on a theme from one of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales. The walk up to the mermaid, however, is as worthy of your attention as the sculpture itself because, along the harbourside, there is a number of other famous attraction such as the Gefion Fountain and the fortress of Kastellet.
Amalienborg Palace is the official site residence of the Danish Royal Family made of four identical buildings surrounding Amalienborg Palace Square. Inside, there is a museum where visitors can see the private interior of the most recent queens and kings of Denmark and also see the beautiful rooms where grand festivities are held. The soldiers of the Royal Guard, changing every day precisely at noon and wearing their bearskins and blue uniforms, are an exclusive symbol of Copenhagen. All of this makes the palace a top place to visit for anyone interested in the rich royal history of Denmark.
Th Frederiksborg Castle is a beautiful Renaissance castle built back in the 17th century and located in the north of Copenhagen. Since 1878, it has housed the Museum of National History and its impressive interior is still available to the public to these days. The fascinating decorated rooms, history painting and decorative art illustrate the change of Danish history and culture from the Late Middle Ages up to the present. Outside the castle, there are beautiful baroque gardens with a cafe open during the summers. There is doubtfully any other way to enjoy your coffee in a more royalish kind of way!
Schønnemann’s dates back to the 19th century and serves best traditional lunch up to this day! It is a great pick if you already are a fun or want to try pickled fish, schnapps, and the true specialty of the place – smørrebrød (aka open-faced sandwiches). Just make sure not to miss it because the place is only open during the day for lunch.
Tony’s is located by the water and its menu is full of the best Italian food in town. At Tony’s, you chose from lobster risotto, meatballs in spicy tomato sauce, mouthwatering tiramisu, of course, let’s not forget the pasta! This place will leave you with a happy and full stomach and will not empty out your pockets too much.
Mother is surely the best place to eat if you are on a budget since Copenhagen in general is not that cheap. But this place serves incredible sourdough pizza, great antipasti, proper Carbonara and delicious wine. It also is a great place to have a meal if you are traveling with a group of friends.
The Laundromat Café is a top choice if you are a big brunch fan. Here you can enjoy some delicious egg dishes, sandwiches, coffee, wine or beer AND play some board games or do some washing and drying at the same time because this cafe is also a laundromat. It is a win-win situation if you happen to have an empty stomach and some dirt on you jeans.
Neighbourhood is a top choice to eat at in Copenhagen if you are a true pizza lover! It is all organic pizza and cocktail bar widely popular among the locals. You can also choose between some delicious salads or home-made juices so you would have plenty of energy to stroll around the beautiful and charming Copenhagen.
Have some fun in Tivoli Gardens where you will find more than 20 attractions such as a roller coaster, roundabouts, halls of mirrors, pantomime and much more. The famous amusement park is the inspiration behind the Disney theme parks full of exotic architecture, historic buildings, lush flower gardens, various cafes and restaurants so everyone will find something they like!
Shop at Strøget, the famous shopping centre at the very heart of Copenhagen, that is full of boutiques, cafes, restaurants and a variety of international brand-name stores. While strolling down the shopping street, you can also find some beautiful fountains and Copenhagen’s city hall. So if you’re looking to empty your pockets a little, this is definitely the best place for that.
Go up the Round tower and enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the old part of Copenhagen. There also is a glass floor covering 25 meters from where you can look down into the castle’s core. The tower is also the oldest functioning observatory in all Europe so to climb its spiral ramp is really a must do!
Visit the National Museum of Denmark and learn more about the Danish history and culture. The museum exhibits more than 2,000 years old sun chariot, Romanesque and Gothic church fittings, Danish silver, coins and much more. There are not too many museums where you can see exhibits from the Stone Age, the Viking Age, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Modern Danish History so be sure not to miss it.
Relax on the Amager Beach because it no doubt is one of the best things to do especially in summer! The beach park consists of a two kilometers long artificially made island that forms a lagoon. On the one side of it, there are some toddlers’ pools and a big sandy beach with dunes on the other. The beach is a really popular place among both locals and tourists.
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