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The Little Mermaid

4.4/5460 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)

Tivoli Gardens

4.4/5177 Reviews
Amusement Park
Sun - Thu 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM, Fri - Sat 11:00 AM - 11:45 PM (Local time)

Rosenborg Castle

4.6/5145 Reviews
Palace
Tue - Sun 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM (Local time)

New Harbor

4.6/5337 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
When you come to Copenhagen, Newport is one of the frequent attractions for tourists. It is a famous bar street. The colorful old houses on the banks, the beer houses and restaurants lined up here, and the wooden boats with masts in the canals make the new port a place to taste the Copenhagen atmosphere. There is no shortage of historical celebrities' homes, and it was once the place where Andersen lived. Andersen once wrote a fairytale story about the population.

Nyhavn

4.6/561 Reviews
Pier
Nyhavn is a waterfront, canal and entertainment district built in 1670 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Lined with shining colored 17th and 18th century townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants, Nyhavn spans from Kongens Nytorv to the harbour front just south of the Royal Playhouse. Nyhavn is a well known tourist destination in addition to being a popular area for locals. The cafes, bars, and restaurants attract many visitors particularly in the summer. Nyhavn is also known for being the former home of the fairy-tale writer Hans Christian Andersen. Nyhavn can be toured by taking a boat through the canals or by strolling along the waterfront.

Gefion Fountain

4.4/5154 Reviews
Fountain
Open all day (Local time)
In the long dike park in Copenhagen, in addition to the famous bronze statue of the Little Mermaid, there is also the famous Geefion Fountain, which contains a long history of Nordic mythology. The Geifion Fountain consists of a group of bronzes, including the goddess Gai, the four cows and the plow. Gai Fion is a goddess in Norse mythology. This group of statues tells the story of a goddess and the island of Zealand where Copenhagen is located: because the goddess was ordered to plant all the land in one day, she had to put four The son became four bulls and finally ploughed the island in one day, and the island of Zealand was owned by her.

National Museum of Denmark

4.5/5102 Reviews
Museum
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-17:00, closed on Monday, closed on December 24, 25, December 31. (Local time)
The Danish National Museum was the mansion of a rich merchant at first and later became the residence of the Danish Crown Prince. In 1807, it officially became the National Museum. It houses collections of royal treasures since 1650 and historical materials related to Danish culture, and is also a large museum in Denmark. The 3-story high building displays many antiquities of Danish prehistoric culture.

Glyptoteket

4.5/569 Reviews
Art Gallery
Tue - Sun 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Thu 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM (Local time)
Open yourself up to an global world of art when you visit Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket (Sculpture) Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark. This art museum has more than 10,000 pieces of art. Schools or other groups can take special guided tours that last up to 60 minutes, or you can take your time viewing the works from the Mediterranean cradle of Western culture or the Danish and French pieces from the 19th and 20th centuries at your own pace. Children of all ages enjoy the goldfish ponds and the collections designed with the younger guests in minds. There are even treasure hunts infrequently in some of the many galleries. If you plan on coming for the day, you can bring your own packaged lunch or enjoy a meal in the basement cafe.

Amalienborg Palace

4.5/5202 Reviews
Palace
Historical Architecture
Tue - Sun 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Local time)
Amalienborg Palace is the place where the Danish royal family lived and the royal palace. When Christian VII ruled in 1794, a fire broke out in Christiansburg, causing members of the royal family to migrate to Amerinburg for refuge. Subsequently, Frederick V decided to build this into a Rococo-style building. To commemorate the king, people built the equestrian statue of Frederick V, which stands in the center of the octagonal square of the palace.

Copenhagen Botanical Garden

4.7/58 Reviews
Garden
The botanical was first settled in 1600 by regal contract of King Christian IV, and definitely was intended to anchor a gathering of therapeutic plants. Beginning in 1621, for all intents and purposes Danish doctor and researcher actually Ole Worm assumed control over the garden and enhanced it extraordinarily. The old garden generally moved twice before it for the most part settled in its present home in the 1870s Today, the 10-hectare property literally is well known for its for all intents and purposes immense complex of glasshouses, some of which are about 150 years of age. The garden has a place with the University of Copenhagen, however is allowed to people in general.
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