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Getting aquainted with a new city is always a fun experience, so why not come and discover what Copenhagen has to offer?
Around 1,200,000 people live in this part of Hovedstaden.
Not sure where to start exploring in this exciting travel destination? Tivoli Gardens and Stroeget would be the obvious choice.
On the lookout for a family-friendly day out? Treat the kids to a trip to Bakken and Tivoli Concert Hall. Vesterbro Pool is yet another fun-filled spot that will put a smile on everyone's faces!
The planet's oceans are filled to the brim with all kinds of marine life. At The Blue Planet Aquarium, you have the chance to inspect some of these mysterious animals from the comfort of dry land.
The children will be wide-eyed with delight on an excursion to the Copenhagen Zoo. They'll experience an up-close look at how its inhabitants behave as well as discover what it takes to look after them.
After a day filled with sightseeing, it must be time for a beer? This region is known for its breweries, so all you have to do is step outside and take your pick! If you're finding it too hard to decide, the Tuborg Brewery and the Carlsberg Brewery Visitors Centre are a couple that come highly recommended.
Even if you're not the betting type, it's always a thrill to visit a casino. And Casino Copenhagen is definitely no exception. Pick a few roulette numbers or just grab a cold drink and take in the glimmering atmosphere.
Spend a relaxing day exploring the Botanical Garden and the Palm House, where you can see a wide variety of plant and flower species.
Nestle in with a novel, throw a ball around or just watch the clouds pass overhead at Deer Park and Amager Beach Park. Alternatively, get some exercise and keep the kids active by taking a walk around the Frederiksberg Garden or Faelledparken.
If you're a big believer in the rejuvenating effects that being close to the water can bring, you've come to the right place. Selsmose Lake and Peblinge Lake are just two of the scenic waterbodies that you should add to your list. Don't forget to go and observe the unique birds that live at Fureso and Sonderso & Praesteso either.
Walk along the shoreline and try to spot animals like birds and jellyfish at Bellevue Beach. The Frederiksdal Fribad is another favourite spot to spend some time beside the water.
In need of some downtime out in nature? Nurture your mind and soul as you witness the beautiful landscapes of Charlottenlund Forest.
If you're seeking a couple of quiet places to compose yourself and maybe even learn a thing or two, you can't go past the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek and the National Museum of Denmark. Ask about group tours or just study the exhibits at your own leisure. Museum buffs should also check out the Thorvaldsens Museum and the Danish National Gallery.
Broaden your knowledge on the most recent in scientific technology at the Experimentarium. The journey of discovery doesn't have to stop there. Tycho Brahe Planetarium is packed with even more science artefacts and exhibits for you to examine.
You don't need to be an explorer to see all of the amazing wonders of the natural world, especially when you've got the Natural History Museum of Denmark. This place is loaded with unusual specimens and fascinating models.
In a place bursting at the seams with superb art exhibitions, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and the Arken Museum of Modern Art stand out from the rest. Also check to see what displays are on at the Ordrupgaard and the David Collection.
Peel back the secrets of the city's past at the City Museum. Through compelling information and artefacts, the exhibition highlights the defining events and people that have made the area what it is today.
To truly get a grasp on the history of Copenhagen, take your time and explore the Little Mermaid and Amalienborg Palace. If you want more, Christiansborg Palace and Round Tower should also be on your list.
Discover the formidable stronghold of Kastellet. Learn about its defensive features and let your mind run wild visualising the sieges that happened right under your feet.
"If you've got it, flaunt it!" No doubt a phrase like this wasn't far from the minds of those who commissioned the construction of Charlottenborg Palace and Frederiksberg Palace. Sorgenfri Palace and Christiansborg Palace Chapel are a couple more grand dwellings. Enquire about tours if you want to see them up close.
Solid stone walls, picturesque grounds and a majestic ambience — what more could you possibly need for that perfect postcard snap? Head out on a historical photo shoot at Rosenborg Castle or Ruins Under Christiansborg Castle.
Are you interested in religion? Get to know the area's relationship with faith at Church of Our Saviour and Frederik's Church. If you're eager to see even more, continue your sightseeing at St. Peter's Church and Church of Our Lady.
Don't grab your passport just yet, there are still some surprises left. Have you explored the Danish Film Institute and the Danish Royal Library yet? Two more places to put on your radar are the Royal Stables and the Nikolaj Kirke.
Itching to plan your itinerary? Firstly, you'll need to secure your Copenhagen hotel. With around 131 properties listed on ebookers' hotel travel guide, it won't take long at all!
Whether you're after a simple room to lay your head or one with the whole kit and caboodle, this city has you covered. For great service at a fair price, take a look at the Wakeup Copenhagen Carsten Niebuhrs Gade (Carsten Niebuhrs Gade 11) or the Hotel Amager (Amagerbrogade 29). Maybe you'd rather live it up like royalty as the experienced staff at the Skt. Petri satisfy your every desire? The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen is yet another popular choice for those who enjoy the finer things in life.
The national gallery of Denmark was created in 1824 at Christiansborg Slot as a place for the royal family’s art collection, and is currently the biggest art museum in the country. Admission is free for the museum’s collections and small exhibitions, while the museum’s airy café also comes highly recommended.
Understandably one of the city’s most popular museums, this establishment is full of erotic objects, images, and films not intended for the fainthearted.
This castle is impressive, spread across a handful of islets on Slotsø Lake. In its glory days, it was a formidable fortress with beautiful interiors—paintings and gilded ceilings. Today it is a national museum where you can look around the 70 rooms open to visitors. Especially interesting is the Coronation Chapel, where Danish royalty accepted their fancy new crowns from 1671 until 1840. The Dutch Renaissance-style castle is open every day.
Atop the city hall stands a 105-meter-tall clock tower, whose visitors can climb to the top. The clock is named after its Danish designer and cost one million kroner to construct. Not your average clock, it displays solar time, planet revolutions, sidereal time, and the calendar—it even shows the different holidays.
Copenhagen’s cathedral was built in 1191, yet has been reconstructed three times due to fires. The current building, built in the neoclassical style, has stood since 1829. Art buffs will appreciate the exquisite sculptures of Jesus Christ and his 12 disciples, the most famous works by sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen, which he created in the early 19th century. His statue of Christ has become an international model for countless of other sculptures. In 2004, the cathedral hosted one of Denmark’s most notable weddings when Prince Frederik married Mary Donaldson.
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Copenhagen Airport is in Amager, eight kilometres south of the centre. Taxis and buses are available right at the airport entrance or from the station under Terminal 3. From there, the Copenhagen Metro can connect you to the city centre, as well as all other major cities in Denmark.
Copenhagen’s bus and train network is excellent. Most of your travel will likely take place within two of the zones. Single tickets are good for an hour’s worth of travel and are valid for the metro, buses, and S-train. The metro system travels through the eastern part of the city centre, and the S-train has nearly a dozen lines that pass through Central Station. Ten-ticket cards can also be purchased at a discounted rate. The trains and buses operate from 05:00hrs until 00:30hrs, but buses on a few of the main routes run through the night, although the fare is double. You can obtain free city maps complete with bus routes from the tourist office.
Taxis can be hailed on the street, and if its light-up taxa sign is on, that means the taxi is available. There are also taxi ranks around the city, and taxis even accept most credit cards.
Bicycling is a wonderful means of exploring Copenhagen. There are many bike lanes and you may also board the S-train with your bike, at off-peak hours. Bookshops sell cycling maps.
Getting around Copenhagen by car is fairly easy and traffic is not bad, except during rush hours. Car hire in Copenhagen is therefore a convenient option, and gives you the chance to explore further afield.
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