Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and the country’s most populated city.Read More
Often referred to as Northern Europe’s most cosy capital, Copenhagen is home to some of the best cafes, shops and restaurants in Scandinavia. Picturesque streets wind their way through the old towns of Copenhagen, while the city is bursting with royal palaces and historic buildings, entertainment venues, and avant-garde architecture.
Visitors to Copenhagen are delighted equally by the city’s rich history and its new and innovative culture.
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Many people love to walk or cycle around Copenhagen so that they can take in all the sights, sounds and experiences that the city has to offer.
‘Hop on Hop off’ buses are also a great way to visit Amalienborg palace, the opera house and the casino, while open-top boats provide a scenic journey along the canals to famous castles, the Gefion Fountain, the Little Mermaid, and other waterside attractions.
Copenhagen has a diverse nightlife, from intimate old pubs, to trendy restaurants and wine bars, to weekly markets and annual festivals celebrating Danish cuisine and culture.Read Less
Adina Apartment Hotel Copenhagen is located adjacent to Copenhagen’s ferry terminal and only a few minutes from the city. Attractions including The Opera House, National Arena and the Little Mermaid are all easily accessible.
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Inspired by Hans Christian Anderson’s fairytale, this is one of the most photographed statues in the world.
The Museum of Danish Resistance pays tribute to the brave efforts of Danish people during WWII.
The Copenhagen Concert Hall is a true architectural landmark. Visit at night to see images projected onto its semi-transparent façade.
Take a stroll along this “beach park”, or hop on a bicycle, segway or blokart (wind-powered cart) to have some fun by the water.
This museum houses Egyptian, Roman and Greek collections as well as sculptures and paintings from Romantic and Etruscan periods.
This castle is the Queen’s residence and arguably one of the best examples of Danish Rococco architecture.
The world’s oldest amusement park, dating back over 425 years, is full of games, rides and entertainment. It backs onto lush woodlands and a free deer range.
A few minutes’ walk from City Hall, these gardens offer an assortment of high-class restaurants, music, theatre stages and funfair rides.
One of the largest tourist attractions in the city, where you can get closer to the brewing and history of Copenhagen’s famous beer.
The Round Tower affords views of old Copenhagen in the day and the stars at night - it is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe.
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