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About Copenhagen

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is also the most populous city. It’s origins go back to around the tenth century, when it was founded by a Viking fisherman settlement.

By the fifteenth century the city had developed and become very important. In the eighteenth century, Copenhagen went through a period of change and remodelling of the city. It was the time when several of the most important monuments were created.

Back to the present, the city is a base for commercial activity and, from a lifestyle aspect, is considered one of the world's better cities to live in!

Copenhagen has interesting attractions, some of which are listed here:

The Little Mermaid

The Mermaid is perhaps the most recognizable symbol of the city. It can be found in the Langelinie Park, at the mouth of the Baltic Sea. This bronze sculpture, representing a siren, is the work of Edvard Eriksen and receives thousands of visits every day by tourists from around the world.

Rosenborg Castle

This great building halfway between the castle and palace was built between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, following a Dutch Renaissance style. Throughout its history the palace was used for different purposes, including a royal residence. The Castle is open to visitors and has a museum where objects of the ancient Danish nobility are exhibited.

Amalienborg Palace

The Danish royal family residence is one of the main attractions of the city. The Palace comprises four separate palaces, all built during the eighteenth century, of which two are open to visitors.

Frederiks Kirke

An absolute must for Copenhagen visitors! Known as the Marble Church, it is impressive both within and without and is noted for its large dome.


Reputedly is the world's longest pedestrian street. Along the street are some popular city attractions namely the Helligandskirken church and the Royal Theatre. It is also one of the city’s busiest streets and an area containing many shops, restaurants and cafes.

Tivoli Gardens

This amusement park opened in the late nineteenth century and is the second oldest park of its kind in the country and one of the world’s oldest. The park is very beautiful and offers all sorts of attractions. Tivoli is especially interesting at night.


This XVII century building is one of the most characteristic in the centre of Copenhagen. The main attractions are its circular shape, internal ramp and the astronomical observatory incorporated in the roof.

National Museum of Denmark

This great museum takes you through the history of Denmark, with reference to numerous objects and documents. The museum also has interesting objets d’art from other cultures such as a sculpture of the goddess Sekhmet from Luxor and a Roman sculpture of Antinous.

Copenhagen has many attractions for you to take in, but none more than the atmosphere and essence of the city itself. This alone makes spending a few days visiting Copenhagen a truly pleasurable experience.

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Featured Hotels in Copenhagen

Mercur Hotel


Vester Farimagsgade 17, 1606 - Copenhagen

Mercur Hotel is one of the most atmospheric areas of the city, close to several major Copenhagen attractions and offering comfortable rooms and professional service.

Radisson Collection Royal Hotel, Copenhagen


Hammerichsgade 1, 1611 - Copenhagen

Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen, is situated just a few steps from Tivoli Gardens and other attractions. The rooms offer beautiful views of the city and have all amenities.

AC Hotel by Marriott Bella Sky Copenhagen


Center Boulevard 5, 2300 - Copenhagen

AC Hotel by Marriott Bella Sky Copenhagen is a high quality hotel with full services and facilities. The hotel, with modern comfortable spectacular rooms, is situated in one of the most striking buildings in Copenhagen.

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