If you are visiting Copenhagen from abroad, you are in for a treat. The city is amazing; the only real metropolis in Denmark and it has a lot to offer. Copenhagen has a population of a little over one million people and is divided into strictly bordered boroughs and in every one of them; you will find something new and existing. I If you arrive by airplane, you easily use the Metro system or the older s-train system to get to your hotel. If you have questions, regarding travelling to Copenhagen please don't hesitate to contact us!!
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Please try to use AirBNB to find a cool place to stay, no reason not to use that cool service which also gives a more cultural and fun experience. If not AirBNB then use the list of hotels below and check out which profile that suits you!
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Considered one of the greatest works of Danish Rococco architecture the Queen's residence is, made up of four identical buildings spread around the octagonal courtyard. Get a glimpse into the Royal abode or watch the daily shift-change of the Royal Guard.
Christiania Christiania, the freetown of Copenhagen, is without a doubt one of Denmark’s most popular tourist attractions. This controversial area is loved by many, but has often been a turning point for strong debate.
Christiansborg Palace Christiansborg Palace houses the Danish Parliament, Supreme Court, and Ministry of State. It is also used by the Royal Family for various functions and events.
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Lousiana's changing exhibitions bring world class art to the forefront of the Danish art scene. You can always be sure to take in refreshing and innovative contemporary art as well as modernist classics when you visit Lousiana.
The Little Mermaid At Langelinje Pier you will find one of Copenhagen's most visited tourist attractions: The Little Mermaid. The statue from 1913 was originally a gift to the city donated by brewer Carl Jacobsen.