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Wakeup Copenhagen Carsten Niebuhrs Gade is within a 15-minute walk of Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen Central Station. Christiansborg Palace is a 15-minute walk ...
This modern apart-hotel is located in Copenhagen's new harbourside development, 500 meters from the International Ferry Terminal and near the Copenhagen Cruise ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.9 km) from The Blue Planet Aquarium and within 3 mi (5 km) of Church of Our Saviour and Hallo!. Amager Beach ...
From the elegant architecture to the vibrant nightlife, Copenhagen is the beating heart of Denmark. Yet amongst the flourishing culture there is an abundance of thrills that offer real bang for your buck. People-watch in Stroget, swim in Copenhagen Harbor or just bask in the warmth of the friendly locals. A Copenhagen vacation offers something for everyone.
Allow CheapTickets to show just what to see on your Copenhagen vacation. With our list of top highlights, you'll be cycling around vibrant Copenhagen faster than you can say "god morgen."
You cannot go on a Copenhagen vacation and miss this photo opportunity. The Little Mermaid sits on a lovely sun-kissed granite rock on Langelinie Harbor. Inspired by the Hans Christian Andersen story and one of Copenhagen's most charming attractions, gazing out at this adorable statue goes great with a cup of coffee and a lazy afternoon.
No Copenhagen vacation is complete without an insight into the monarchy, and watching the changing of the guard at Amalienborg Castle. Home to the Danish Royal Family, the castle is a feat of design, and also acts as a royal history museum. Come rain, hail or shine, the guard is on the move every couple of hours, but the main event kicks off at noon each day, and is totally free to watch.
A must on your Copenhagen travels is a trip to the Rosenberg Castle, where you can meander through the flowers in these gorgeous gardens. Keep an eye out for the Hercules Pavilion and you may see Hans Christian Andersen's statue peeking back at you. With puppet shows in the summertime, the Royal Gardens is a great way to enjoy the Danish sunshine that won't cost you a single Kroner.
Copenhagen is home to the two oldest, still-functioning amusement parks in the world, which is a testament to the design acumen of the Danes. Bakken, the oldest of the two, is situated in a forest outside town, which drives its magical appeal. The second is Tivoli, right in the center of town, and surrounding a gorgeous lake.
For shopping heaven on your Copenhagen travels, take a stroll around Stroget – the city's famous pedestrian shopping district. Window-shopping is always free, but if you feel a spending spree coming on, head down to the Radhuspladsen where you can pick up some great bargains.
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