Discover the beauty of Copenhagen

Copenhagen, also called "Wonderful Copenhagen", has sights and attractions
to suit every taste and interest.
The inner city is the heart of Copenhagen, and it includes Copenhagen's oldest
neighbourhood with small, narrow streets and crooked houses.In the city centre,
you will also find great shopping streets, modern restaurants, cozy cafes, lovely
green areas and parks, charming canals and an impressive waterfront.

Most of the sights and attractions are within walking distance. If you prefer taking
public transportation, Copenhagen has an extensive bus and subway system –
making it easy for tourists to get around the city.



Top Attractions

The Little Mermaid

Visit The Little Mermaid situated at Langelinie waterfront.



Tivoli Gardens

Be enchanted in one of the world’s oldest amusement parks. It is a must when you visit Copenhagen.  



The Blue Planet aquarium

Visit Northern Europe’s largest aquarium. The Blue Planet has water on all sides and gives visitors a sense of being below sea level.




Experience Christiania, the famous freetown of Copenhagen, and its 70s feel to it.




Go shopping at Strøget, Copenhagen’s largest shopping area in the heart of the city. Strøget is the world’s longest pedestrian street with a wide range of shops.




Feel the atmosphere at Nyhavn, meaning New Haven. Enjoy the beautiful old slanted houses and the classy restaurants or rest your feet at the quayside.



Royal Danish Guard

Catch a sight of the Royal Danish Guard patrols, when they execute the change of guards at noon at Amalienborg Palace.




Enjoy yourself at Bakken, the world’s oldest amusement park. It has been one of the most popular recreation spots of the Copenhageners.



Copenhagen Zoo

Visit Copenhagen Zoo and see more than 3,000 animals from around the world. The Zoo also features Europe’s greatest Children’s Zoo.



Lousiana Museum of Modern Art

Be inspired by Louisiana’s contemporary art world. Immerse yourself in the impressive permanent collection with over 3,500 works or one of the 8-12 special exhibitions annually.



Round Tower

Get a good view from the oldest functioning observatory in Europe. To get to the top, you need to walk up the spiral walk.


For more information on what to see and do in Copenhagen, please go to Visit Copenhagen or the City Guide / Best of Copenhagen.

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