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Copenhagen: 8 Must-See Places
Copenhagen is the largest city and capital of Denmark. Originally approximately in the 10th century, the city was formed by the settlement of Viking fishermen.
By the 15th century the city had developed and had great importance. In the 18th century Copenhagen experienced a time of changes and remodeling of the city and was the time when several of the city's most important monuments were created.
Currently, the city has an important commercial activity and is considered to be one of the cities in the world with the best quality of life.
Copenhagen has interesting sights.
Appreciate the Sculpture of the Little Mermaid
It is considered to be the most recognizable symbol of the city. Located in Langelinie Park, at the mouth of the Baltic Sea, this bronze sculpture in the shape of a mermaid and work by Edvard Eriksen receives thousands of visits every day from tourists from all over the world.
Visit the Wonderful Rosenborg Castle
This large building halfway between castle and palace was built between the 17th and 18th centuries following a Dutch Renaissance style. Throughout its history the palace was used for different purposes, such as the royal residence. The castle can now be visited and has a museum where objects of the ancient Danish nobility are exhibited.
Tour the Grand Palace of Amalienborg
The residence of the Danish royal family is one of the main points of interest in the city. The Palace also consists of four palaces built throughout the 18th century, two of which can be visited.
The Marble Church, an Indispensable Site
One of the must-see visits when visiting Copenhagen. Known as the marble church, it impresses both outside and inside, especially for its large dome.
Stroget Pedestrian Street, the longest in Europe
It is said to be the longest pedestrian street in the world. Along the street there are some important attractions of the city such as the Helligandskirken Church and the Royal Theatre. It is also one of the most active streets in the city and an area with many shops, restaurants and cafés.
Tivoli Gardens Amusement Park: Family Entertainment
This amusement park opened its doors at the end of the 19th century, being the second oldest park in the country and one of the oldest in the world that remain open. The park has great beauty and offers all kinds of attractions. Especially interesting at night time.
Get to know the Rundetårn Building
This 17th century building is one of the most characteristic buildings in central Copenhagen. Its circular shape, its ramp interior and its astronomical observatory on its roof are its main features.
The National Museum of Denmark
This great museum takes an extensive tour of the history of Denmark, with a multitude of objects and documents. In addition, the museum has interesting objects and works of art from other cultures such as the sculpture of Sejmet de Luxor and the Roman sculpture of Antinous.
Copenhagen has many tourist attractions to visit, although one of the most important is the atmosphere and essence of the city itself, something that makes spending a few days visiting Copenhagen a really pleasant experience.
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Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
Ørestads Boulevard 114-118
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The Little Guesthouse
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71 Nyhavn Hotel
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Copenhagen Backpackers - Hostel
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Urban House Copenhagen by MEININGER
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