Visit the true staple of Copenhagen and a tribute to the great Danish fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.
The longest and oldest pedestrian street in the world according to the city of Copenhagen sources, this street is the place to go to, if…
One of the oldest and most visited theme parks in the world, operating since 1843.
You may wonder if your eyes are misleading you as you behold the Amalienborg.
The palace serves as the seat of the Danish parliament, the Ministry of State and the Supreme Court.
This impressive palace surrounded by beautiful gardens is a definite must-see when visiting Copenhagen.
This astronomical observatory is among the most popular sites in Copenhagen.
The beating heart of Copenhagen and a favourite meeting place for both the locals and the tourists, with shops, restaurants and statues…
This fountain is one of the largest monuments in the city. Toss in a coin and make a wish - it is said that it shall come true.
Also called Marble Church, this church is one of the most unforgettable landmarks in Copenhagen, easily recognizable by its large green…
Located in the heart of the city, this square is one of the loveliest as well as liveliest places you could visit in Copenhagen.
A nation within a nation. This large commune evolved on the site of abandoned barracks in 1971.
Founded by the Danish beer magnate Carl Jacobsen, this breath-taking collection showcasing ancient Greco-Roman art is the largest in…
Nationalmuseet is the starting place if you are a history lover and find yourself in Denmark.
Although it's called a square, it is, in fact, a road filled with greenery and plants.
Named after the famous astronomer Tycho Brahe, this planetarium is now a popular attraction for the whole family.
The Church of Our Saviour is a baroque church in Copenhagen, Denmark, most famous for its helix spire with an external winding staircase…
The Copenhagen Opera House is the national opera house of Denmark, and among the most modern opera houses in the world.
This windmill of the Dutch type was built on the grounds of the citadel as a precaution, so that there is a place to grind the grain for…
The Danish Museum of Art & Design is a museum in Copenhagen for Danish and international design and crafts.
Located on several artificial islands, this district used to be a part of Copenhagen’s fortifications.