12 Amazing Places You Must Visit In Copenhagen
Copenhagen is the city of vikings and has a lot to offer for the casual jet setter. My brother and I will take you on a unique tour through the city and list our favorite spots.
The Van Vuuren brothers are on the loose in Copenhagen! My brother and I decided to take a long weekend and explore this beautiful city located in Denmark near the Swedish city of Malmo.
1. Amalienborg Castle
Winter home of the Danish royal family and consists of four identical classical palace façades
Amalienborg Slotsplads 5, 1257 København K, Denmark
Lined by brightly coloured 17th and early 18th century townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants
Nyhavn 40, 1051 København K, Denmark
Freetown Christiania is a self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood of about 850 residents and is considered the hippy town
Halvtolv 19, 1436 København K, Denmark
4. Little Mermaid
Bronze statue by Edvard Eriksen, depicting a mermaid based on the Danish fairytale
Langelinie 19, 2100 København Ø, Denmark
5. Christiansborg Palace
Is the seat of the Danish Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office and the Supreme Court
Christiansborg Slotsplads, 1218 København, Denmark
6. National Museum of Denmark
Denmark's largest museum of cultural history and its free to access!
Ny Vestergade 10, 1471 København K, Denmark
7. The Marble Church
Known as Frederik's Church and the most impressive church in Copenhagen
Frederiksgade 4, 1265 København K, Denmark
World's oldest theme park located in the heart of Copenhagen - must see!
Bernstorffsgade 7, 1577 København V, Denmark
Popular pedestrian shopping street in the Old Town
Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 København K, Denmark
Oldest observatory tower in Europe
Købmagergade 52A, 1150 København K, Denmark
One of the best preserved star fortresses in Northern Europe
Kastellet 68, 2100 København Ø, Denmark
Most famous local snack is a Danish hot dog on a bun
Banegårdspladsen 4, 1570 København V, Denmark
The ride by plane and train to Copenhagen started smooth, we checked into the Skt Petri hotel in the heart of the city.
We went sightseeing during day time and explored typical tourist places such as the Nyhavn, Amalienborg Castle, Christiansborg Palace, National Museum of Denmark, St. Alban's Anglican Church, The Marble Church, Tivoli, Kobmagergade Shopping-street and the Little Mermaid.
Danish people like the Swedish are very humble and friendly. We also noticed a lot of good looking people. Scandinavia must breed many fashion models.
We ran into a Christmas Market while walking towards Nyhavn. We bought some Glogg at the market to take with us on our journey. Glogg is a delicious warm spiced wine which is a common Scandinavian drink during the winter months.
We had a breathtaking view of the city from the Rundetårn which is the oldest observatory tower in Europe, established on 1642. We did notice a lot of industry and factories around the city which I found odd since usually those are designated to a specific area.
Another place we visited was the headquarters of Mærsk which has been the largest container ship operator and supply vessel operator in the world since 1996. Also known for their flagship the Emma Mærsk.
In less than 2 months I walked into two a Tesla stores, in Copenhagen and last month in Miami, what are the odds. Especially since it was only there for 4 days and moves around Europe promoting their new vehicle: Model S. Maybe a sign...
Copenhagen has repeatedly been recognized as one of the cities with the best quality of life. It is also considered one of the world's most environmentally friendly cities. The water in the inner harbour is clean and safe for swimming.
36% of all citizens commute to work by bicycle. Every day, they cycle a combined 1.2 million km. Quiet impressive if you tell me.
Unfortunately we didn't have enough time to visit Christiania, the hippy town of Copenhagen and the Øresund Bridge, the longest road and rail bridge in Europe, connecting Copenhagen with Malmö, the third largest city of Sweden.