Visit the true staple of Copenhagen and a tribute to the great Danish fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.
One of the oldest and most visited theme parks in the world, operating since 1843.
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…
The palace serves as the seat of the Danish parliament, the Ministry of State and the Supreme Court.
You may wonder if your eyes are misleading you as you behold the Amalienborg.
The impressive fortress is one of the best-preserved fortifications in Europe.
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…
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.
Named after the famous astronomer Tycho Brahe, this planetarium is now a popular attraction for the whole family.
Visit the well-known Danish brewery and learn how their beer was made in the day of Carl Jacobsen, the founder, and how it is made today.
A supermodern public park whose mission is to celebrate diversity. And it has to be said that this mission has been accomplished – there are…
Axeltorv is a public square in central Copenhagen, Denmark, located across the street from Tivoli Gardens' main entrance on Vesterbrogade.
Assistens Cemetery in Copenhagen, Denmark, is the burial site of many Danish notables as well as an important greenspace in the Nørrebro…
This area used to be occupied by busy fishermen trying to sell their haul.
8 House, also known as Big House, is a large mixed-use development built in the shape of a figure 8 on the southern perimeter of the new…
Standing on the backs of four stone elephants, this gate was built as an entrance to the Ny Carlsberg Brewhouse.
The Copenhagen Zoological Museum is a part of the Natural History Museum of Denmark, which is affiliated with the University of Copenhagen.
Thai restaurant with a Michelin star, with modern-day dishes? That's exactly what Kiin Kiin is.