If you are here now, for sure, you are thinking about the next trip to Copenhagen. Here is where you can find the list of all the best attraction in Copenhagen, Denmark. A short city walking guide about the best the Danish capital you have to visit.
In our last trip to the city of the little mermaid, I had visited all the small centre and all the park and all the Royal Palace. Everything is visitable in two days, with relax and without any stress.
Tivoli Gardens amusement park in Copenhagen, it’s one of the musts for all visitors to the city. If you are old or young is located just a few minutes walk from City Hall.
If you walk along the main way, where is located the open-air shopping centre of the city, you’ll find the Tivoli Gardens across the square, in front of you.
If you are visiting the attractions in the afternoon, especially after the sunset, you can be fascinated by the bright lights.
The Little Mermaid
It’s a small sculpture, made of bronze and granite. Is installed in the entrance of the seaport of Copenhagen. For everyone is the Welcome to Copenhagen, and for all is the best attraction for tourists.
It is a true mermaid of small dimension, well known in fairytales and old story about sailors and captains.
Kronborg Castle in Elsinore is situated in the north of the City.
It is one of northern Europe’s finest Renaissance castles, built in 1574-1585 at the entrance to Øresund.
Visit it to fill in your knowledge about this amazing city, rich in castle and fortress.
To visit this castle does you need to go on the small but tiny island of Slotsholmen.
This Castle is now used by the Government for daily consultation.
The Castle contains the Danish Parliament Folketinget, the Supreme Court, and the Ministry of State. But part of this Palace is used by the Royal Family for party or events.
Is one of the first place so you can see in Copenhagen. I spoke with native and they told me the Nyhavn is beautiful especially during the summer when all the people flock to the shores and enjoy a beer out of the pub. Have dinner at one of the restaurants on the shores is the must, but is a little bit expensive.
Is the shopping Area of Copenhagen. This is one of the largest shopping areas in the centre, and one of Europe’s longest pedestrian street. You can walk without the presence of cars from one side to the other.
There are a lot of shops, and the most important brand in the World, so you can buy some traditional present from Copenhagen in the small shop of souvenirs.
In the winter time, so you can find some part of this street with hot air point, for protecting you from the harsh cold.
The Royal Palace is a must for all tourist. The Royal Family still resides inside the Palace, and you can see the Change Guard Parade.
The Round Tower
This is not just a Tower in the centre but is an extraordinary observatory. During a clear day without clouds, so you can see the sky very clear. The price of this attraction is no expensive, but enjoyable to see all the city down of you. This is one of the oldest functioning observatories in Europe, was built in the 17th century thanks to Christian IV.
The Frederiksborg Castle is situated in the north of Copenhagen, on three islets in the castle lake in Hillerød. Beautiful to see the Palace Garden inside the Castle.
In the middle of Copenhagen, there is the Botanical Garden. Big structure with over 10 hectares. The plant inside the garden is really oldest, someone from 1874.