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The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid

4.3/5481 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)
Copenhagen's most famous tourist attraction, the Little Mermaid sits on a rock overlooking the harbour. Created by Edward Eriksen in 1913 who was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale. The model for the Mermaid was dancer Ellen Price. The statue's head was stolen in 1964 and although police hunted for several years, neither the perpetrator nor the head were found. The head has been replaced by a replica but jokers still occasionally try to saw it off.
New Harbor

New Harbor

4.6/5356 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.
Gefion Fountain

Gefion Fountain

4.4/5162 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.
Rundetårn

Rundetårn

4.3/593 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Observation Deck
May 21st - September 20th 10:00-20:00, September 21st - May 20th of the following year 10:00-17:00. (Local time)
For an unparalleled view of Copenhagen, head to the peak of the Rundetorn, an old astronomical observatory constructed around 1640 under King Christian IV. The Round Tower, part of the Trinitatis Complex, includes a grand 7.5-turn helical corridor guiding visitors to its top, 34.8 meters high. The expansive view makes the Rundetorn one of the top locations in the city.
Amalienborg Palace

Amalienborg Palace

4.5/5211 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.
Nyhavn

Nyhavn

4.6/564 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.
Statue of Hans Christian Andersen

Statue of Hans Christian Andersen

4.4/5131 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)
The Statue of Hans Christian Andersen is located on the crowded street. Andersen is wearing a suit robes and a hat. He is slightly smiling, looking up at the sky to the left. Behind the bronze statue of Andersen is the Copenhagen City Hall, and not far from the road is the Tivoli Park. Every day, many passing tourists will look up and look at the master's face, or take photos with him.
Copenhagen City Hall Square

Copenhagen City Hall Square

4.5/5184 Reviews
Square
Lovely Radhuspladsen is the metaphorical heart of Copenhagen, Denmark. Famous for its stunning architecture, friendly atmosphere and reputation as an international hub of culture, Radhuspladsen has outdoor restaurants, boutique shops, Copenhagen's Town Hall and dozens of beautiful sculptures, which include The Dragon Fountain and a stunning piece dedicated to Hans Christian Andersen. As the home of one of Copenhagen's biggest bus terminals, Radhuspladsen is so easy to get to that there is no reason for missing out on a day of shopping, eating and lazing by a fountain while enjoying the antics of street performers.
Langelinie Park

Langelinie Park

4.5/579 Reviews
City Park
Statue/Sculpture
Seashore
Christiansborg Palace

Christiansborg Palace

4.5/592 Reviews
Palace
Historical Architecture
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
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