Free to see, not much else, it is more interesting to see from a boat and with guides who will tell you interesting stories about its history.
A bit of a walk to see it. It’s not as big as I imagine it to be but still good to see since I’m in Copenhagen.
We used to see it in the book.it is located in park of Langelinie of copenhagen. it is so beautiful.
Lovely! It's a little monument that's worth seeing.And it doesn't take time at all.Plus there's a little garden nearby.Very much worth it.
When I first visited Denmark, the Little Mermaid statue was at the top of my list, because I knew that my mother visited it many years before. It was smaller than I imagined, but was worth seeing. My friends and I walked there on a very cold night, and we were some of the only people viewing it. We climbed down to get closer to it, which may not have been possible (or advised) if more visitors were there. On another trip to Denmark I was also able to view it from a canal tour that took off from Nyhavn. It is a fine tribute to Copenhagen's Hans Christian Andersen.
She is smaller that i thought, but I can say that she is very cute!