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Copenhagen Major Sights & Our Favorite Day Trips

Dernière mise à jour : 25 janv.

Nyhavn, Copenhagen

Little Mermaid Copenhagen
  1. Tivoli Gardens: One of the world's oldest amusement parks, Tivoli Gardens is a delightful mix of rides, attractions, performances, and gardens. Located in the heart of Copenhagen, it's especially magical at night with its fairy-tale lighting.

  2. Vestre Kirkegård: This is not just a cemetery, but also a serene park and an important green space in Copenhagen. It's known for its peaceful atmosphere, beautiful landscaping, and as a resting place of notable Danes.

  3. Langelinie: A picturesque pier and promenade area famous for the Little Mermaid statue. It's a great spot for a leisurely walk, offering views of the waterfront and access to historic and cultural monuments.

  4. The National Museum of Denmark: The largest museum of cultural history in Denmark, it features collections from the Stone Age, the Viking Age, and more. The museum provides a comprehensive overview of Danish history and culture.

  5. Torvehallerne: A vibrant and modern food market with over 60 stands selling everything from fresh produce to gourmet foods and pastries. It's a great place to experience the local food scene and enjoy a variety of culinary delights.

  6. Botanical Garden: Part of the University of Copenhagen, this garden is a living museum with a vast collection of plants from around the world. The gardens are not only educational but also incredibly beautiful, featuring historic glasshouses.

  7. Nyhavn: Known for its colorful 17th and early 18th-century townhouses, this historic canal area is filled with bars, cafes, and restaurants. It's a perfect spot for dining, boat tours, or simply enjoying the lively atmosphere.

  8. Strøget: One of Europe's longest pedestrian streets, Strøget is renowned for its shopping. From luxury brands to budget-friendly shops, it offers a diverse shopping experience, along with street performers and cafes.

  9. The National Gallery of Denmark (Statens Museum for Kunst): This is Denmark's premier art museum, showcasing a vast collection ranging from the Renaissance to contemporary art. It includes both Danish and international works, making it a must-visit for art enthusiasts.

  10. Christiansborg Palace: Located on the islet of Slotsholmen, this palace is the seat of the Danish Parliament, the Supreme Court, and the Ministry of State. Parts of the palace are also used by the Royal Family. It's notable for its architecture and the access it provides to several historical and beautifully decorated rooms.

Day Trips from Copenhagen

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