Copenhagen Denmark, the capital of Denmark, is among the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. With a highly developed transportation network, you can easily reach different destinations in Copenhagen and see a lot in a short period of time.
Here are the top things to do in Copenhagen…
Tivoli is an amusement park full of fun and entertaining activities. This park is situated at the center of Copenhagen and close to the Central Railway station. Part of the park was built during 1843. The park is illuminated and has daily fireworks during the night.
Daily music concerts and symphony enhances the excitement already in the air. The park is full of restaurants and rides (yes it has a roller coaster!). In fact it has so much to offer, the list just would not end, with over 400,000 different types of flowers, crafts and artworks, it is indeed a must see spot.
Also known as Dyrehavsbakken, the Bakken is one of the finest attractions in Copenhagen. I is one of the most popular recreation centers, and is the oldest entertainment and amusement park in the world, dating back to 1583.
Bakken displays more than 100 varieties of attractions such as roller-coasters, gambling, anything and everything that is fun and entertaining. The charm of the Bakken will remain etched in the memories of its visitors for a very long time.
The Little Mermaid
Known as Den Lille Havfrue, The Little Mermaid is a bronze statue with sad features sculptured by Edvard Erichsen in 1913 based on a folk theme. Thousands of visitors throng to see the beauty of the sculpture as well as to experience the nostalgia of the folklore theme.
The beautiful art form is placed on a rock sadly gazing over the sea emoting eternal memory of love. Visitors will definitely get motivated by the theme and the perfection of the artwork.
The palace is a cluster of four magnificent Rococo structures situated within in a lush green courtyard. The palace is very famous for its change of guard ceremony. The botanical garden in the proximity adds to the charm.
An incredibly enchanting museum full of ancient architectural marvels, Glyptoteket will leave you in awe. Most of the antiques are sourced from Egypt, France and other European countries. It is indeed a pleasure to view all these rarest of the rare painting and sculptures under one roof.
There is an excellent auditorium to amplify its glory where classical items are performed as part of education and entertainment. Go down memory lane, feel history and be amazed! With wonderful infrastructure in place, one can have hassle free travel to the city and enjoy the warmth offered by its friendly people.
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