With a population of nearly 1.5 million, Copenhagen is Scandinavia’s largest and liveliest city. It’s an appealing and largely low-rise city comprised of block after block of period six storey buildings. Church steeples punctuate the skyline, with only a couple of modern hotels shooting up to  mar view.

The city’s foremost historical and cultural sites remain concentrated in a relatively small area, while parks, gardens, water fountains and squares are scattered all over the city. A cosmopolitan city, Copenhagen abounds with sightseeing and entertainment possibilities. For music lovers and other revelers there’s an active night scene which rolls into the early  hours of the morning.

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The timeless feature of this ancient Danish city will come alive during your private adventure. Visiting Copenhagen you will travel past the City Hall, Nyhavn, Rosenborg castle, Christianborg Palace and stop for stroll at the Amalienborg Palace Square. You also can’ miss symbol of Copenhagen, The Little Mermaid, a petite figure inspired by the tales of Hans Christiansen Andersen.    Top Hotels in Copenhagen


Copenhagen has a mild climate, where temperatures in the coldest month (February) is  0C (32F), and in the warmest (July) 21C (69F)

City Attractions

Copenhagen is a very cultural and historical city and it is well known for being a green city with many open green areas and good public transportation. Copenhagen has also become a city known for it’s large number of fine dining restaurants and food experiences, such as Restaurant NOMA and Restaurant Geranium.

Historical Sights & Attractions

The central railway station is flanked on the west by the main hotel zone and on the east by Tivoli amusement park. Opposite the northern corner of Tivoli is Radhuspladsen, the city’s central square and main bus transit point. Buses connect the airport, 9 km south of the center, with Central station and Radhuspladsen. Stroget, the world’s longest pedestrian mall runs through the city center between Radhuspladsen and Kongens Nytorv, the square at the head of the colorful Nyhavn canal area.

Lego land, a km north of the small Jutland town of Billund, is a 10 hectare theme park built from plastic Lego blocks, and is not recommended to anyone who fears having their childhood writ both large and Liliputian in 42 million pieces. Despite being Denmark’s most visited attraction outside of Copenhagen, Legoland is Bleckobland unless you’ve got a preteen entourage or have always wanted to resolve the structural problems of building the Statue of Liberty out of plastic. The most elaborate reconstruction here is the three million block Port of Copenhagen exhibit, which features electronically controlled ships, trains and cranes. Legoland’s popularity is partially responsible for turning Billund into Denmark’s second busiest airport.                                  Find more on Copenhagen at …

The Little Mermaid, The Tivoli Garden, Nyhavn, Amalienborg – the Queens Palace, Christiansborg – the Parliament, Our Saviours Church, Rosenborg Castle, Kronborg Castle.

Just north of the canal at Amalienborg Palace – home of he royal family since 1794 you can watch the colorful changing of the guard when the queen is in residence.  The palace’s four nearly identical rococo mansions surround a central cobbled square and an immense statue of King Frederik V on horseback. One wing has been opened as a museum, exhibiting the royal apartments through three generations from 1863 to 1947.
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Museums and Art Galleries

The National Museum, Louisiana Art Museum, Thorvaldsen’s Museum, The New Carlsberg Glyptotek, The Resistance Museum

The National Museum – Take a journey through the past at the National Museum, Denmark’s largest museum of cultural history. The permanent exhibition Danish Prehistory 13000 BC – 1050AD is an absolute ,must-see’ with higlights like the Vikings gold and sliver hoards, and the 3400 year old and quite unique Sun Chariot.

The Museum of Danish Resistance – describes the Occupation of Denmark 1940 – 45 with the main emphasis on the emergence and development of the resistance movement. The exhibition illustrates the resistance work ranging from the printing of illegal newspapers and secret radio communication with England to sabotage factories and railways.

National Gallery of Denmark – SKM is Denmark’s largest art museum and is situated in the heart of Copenhagen. Here you can explore Danish and international art from the early Renaissance to new contemporary art. In 2013 the special exhibition Flowers and World Views presents a lush and lavish parade of two centuries of flower paintings. Also visit the Royal cast Collection, situated at Lingelinie pier, nearby the Little Mermaid.

Activities & Entertainment

The Royal Opera, The Royal Theatre, Stroget – longest shopping street in Europe, Magasin du Nord – Luxury department store, Fields – shopping center, canal tour of Copenhagen

Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Gardens – No visit to Copenhagen is complete without experiencing the Tivoli Gardens. Since the garden was founded in 1843 by Georg Carstensen, it has been a Danish landmark and a place the Danes themselves love dearly. We highly recommend you to pay a visit and see it by yourself. Tivoli Garden is a place of fun rides, cool concerts, beautiful lawn and flower areas, fairy lights, fireworks, and countless illuminations and many diverse restaurants. You can also bring your home-made food & drink and relax on a freshly laid grass lawn or choose from a wide range of food & drink to go from various restaurants  and eateries. Every year the Tivoli concert Hall hosts a number of concerts, shows and arrangements. Scandinavia’s largest classical music festival, running from May to August. Also the Music Week where each day of the week is dedicated to a special music genre and will present live experiences every day during the summer season.

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Destination Facts and Tips

  • Currency – Danish Krone

  • Tax – reffered to as VAT (value added tax)

D’Angleterre Hotel

Established in 1755, the d’Angleterre is an icon and a historic landmark in Copenhagen, celebrated for its elegance, luxury and style. Inspired by its rich heritage the hotel has recently undergone a complete refurbishment and has reopened as a revitalized grand palace. Balancing legacy and style with intuitive and tailored services, the d’Angleterre will complement the desires of today’s refined travelers.

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