Copenhagen is a city of culture, history, and youth. It has a lot to offer tourists. While exploring the city, you will find that city has a lot to offer- there are palaces, top-notch museums, amusement parks, shopping centres, and many more tourist attractions. So, here we have a list of the top 10 things to do, which you need to keep in mind while planning your travel to Copenhagen.
Tivoli Gardens is a famous theme park. It is a great attraction for kids as well as elders. The kidscan have a time of their lives while enjoying the roller-coaster and carousel rides. Star Flyer carousel is not to miss as it hikes riders to almost 80 meters above the ground.
Moreover, the place is best for strolling amidst its romantic illustrations of Orient, which date back to the 19 th Century.
Little Mermaid Statue
Little Mermaid statue is a remarkable landmark in the city. It is instantly recognizable and sits on a rock next to Langelinie. The statue was created in 1913 by sculptor Edvard Eriksen and is inspired by Andersen’s fairy tales. You should surely stop by the statue for your Instagram click! Here, on the pedestrian street, you will find almost everything as it is the hub of high-end products.
Strøget is considered as one of the largest pedestrian malls in the world. Here you will find a mixture of businesses- some specialties go back to generations as well as young fashionista style hip boutiques.
This historic waterfront area is located next to a 17 th -century canal. On both sides of the canal, wooden ships are moored, and tall painted houses are present. Now, the ground floors of these houses are turned into restaurants and cafes with outdoor sitting so that the visitors can grab coffee or drinks here in a serene environment.
Copenhagen’s National Museum
Copenhagen National Museum has a lot to offer, and one can spend hours here without even
realizing. Here is a remarkable wealth of artifacts that date back to Denmark’s past. Specifically, Trundholm Sun Chariot is worth a look as it is a Bronze age item, dating back to 1400 BC. A
collection from The Vikings is also well covered by the museum.
The palace is set on the islet of Slotsholmen. It contains Denmark’s Prime Minister’s office,
Denmark’s Supreme Court, and the Danish Parliament. The Danish prime minister and royal
family also use the ornate reception rooms inside the palace for formal events and gatherings. Moreover, the head of states is also hosted here.
Botanical Gardens occupy 10 hectares of land in the middle of Copenhagen city. These gardens are famous for their majestic iron and glass structures, as well as their botanical wealth.
Rosenborg Castle was built by Christian IV. The palace has lavish interiors that feature historic tapestries. While visiting the palace, you can also see Kings Chambers and his belongings.
Bakken Amusement Park
The Bakken amusement park is the oldest operating park of such kind, which is located in Copenhagen since 1583. The park has nostalgic attractions and sits in beech woodland.
The David Collection
It is a place which exhibits Danish paintings from the 18th and 19th Century. Here, the personal collection of Danish businessmen, C, L. David, is also present. He donated his building and his art collection, which includes exquisite pieces of Islamic art in Scandinavia.