Copenhagen City Break

Copenhagen City Break

The capital city of Denmark, Copenhagen is an original Viking fishing village which has grown over the years to become a strong urban and cultural center.

Among the most famous landmarks in Copenhagen we can include:

Tivoli Gardens. A famous amusement park and pleasure garden, it is the fourth most-visited in Europe. Located just a few minutes walk from the City Hall and near the Central Station, it is very easy to get to. Enjoy the roller coaster rides, the world’s second tallest carousel and savor the traditional Danish cuisine.

Christiansborg Palace. The housing place of the Danish Parliament, thCopenhagen City Breake Supreme Court and the Ministry of State, the palace is very impressive and imposing. Build in Neo-baroque style, it dates back to the Neoclassical period. You can visit the several parts that are open to the public: the reception rooms, ruins, royal stables, palace chapels or theater museum.

Copenhagen City Break

The Little Mermaid. The sculpture, made of bronze and granite, was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale. It has become a major tourist attractions and is included among iconic statues that symbolize cities such as the Manneken Pis in Brussels, the Statue of Liberty in New York or Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro.

The Copenhagen Zoo. Founded in 1859, the zoo is one of the oldest in Europe. The zoo houses an impressive exhibit of over 3,000 animals, ranging from the Nordics and the Artics Ring, to Asia, South America, Africa, the Islands and the Tropical Zoo. It is a wild and exciting experience to see elephants, polar bears, giraffes, rhinos and Tasmanian devils up close.

Visit Carlsberg. Enjoy a tour of the world famous Carlsberg Brewery and learn more about its history and the beer. The tour includes interactive exhibitions and unique displays of beer bottles, sculptures and souvenirs. You can sample some of the products and buy souvenirs.

Copenhagen is a quite impressive city. It is an important harbor and place of commerce and its development over the years is both spectacular and impressive.

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