You’ll want to see as much as you can, so get your soft shoes on so you’re comfortable and get ready to have an exciting time going around the city of Copenhagen. It is a lovely city, a blend of historic and modern architecture and you can find many very unusual attractions. You can pick from some fantastic things to see and do and we’ve listed ten of them below. Their contact information is there for your convenience if you need to contact them. Then get ready to see the sights of Copenhagen.
Copenhagen Attractions Travel Guide
Be sure to see the Den Lille Hayfrue, the Kastelett and the Tivoli when you’re in the city of Copenhagen. You’ll have your choices of so many wonderful things to do. Go and gaze at the Amalienborg, the Royal Castle, right near the centre of the city – it is actually four castles formed around a parade square and the residence of the Queen and the royal family. Every day at 12 noon you can enjoy the Changing of the Guard.
Be sure to make the most of your trip. If you need more suggestions ask you travel agent or the tourist office for their recommendations and get out and see the great things Copenhagen has to offer.
1. Den Lille Havfrue
Langelinie Copenhagen Ø, 2100 Denmark
A fantastic outing in Copenhagen is the Den Lille Hayfrue and you can’t leave without paying homage. This is the Little Mermaid. Tiny and attractive, it is a little stroll along the sea from the center of Copenhagen. .
Nær Langelinies Copenhagen, Denmark
The Kastelett is a beautiful place to see some great scenery and spend the afternoon.
Vesterbrogade 3 Copenhagen, Denmark
The Tivoli has a roller coaster and lots of fun for all. It was one of the first pleasure gardens in the world and the Danes claim it has never been matched. It certanly has a charm all its own. You’ll want to visit it while you’re in Copenhagen but do remember the Gardens don’t open until May 1st . There is so much to do from listening to music on the Bandstands, going to Symphony concerts, boat rides on the Tivoli lake, restaurants, fireworks, amusements and so on.
4. Kongens Have/Rosenborg Slotshave
Gothersgade/Kronprinsessegade/Sølvgade/Nørrevoldgade Copenhagen K, Denmark
The Kongens Have/Rosenborg Slotshave is a park you’ll want to visit. You’ll have time for relaxation or recreation.
Rådhuspladsen/Kongens Nytorv Copenhagen K, Denmark
For all the shoppers you want to got to the Stroget for sure. This is the pedestrian area off the main Square of Copenhagen and it is a famous strolling place as well as the classy shops. It’s a real icon of Copenhagen.
Dantes Plads 7 Copenhagen K, 1260 Denmark
The Glyptoteket is a nice museum to visit while you’re in Denmark.
Københavns havn til Kongens Nytorv Copenhagen, Denmark
The Nyhavn is a fun place. It’s the docks and there is a lot to see and do there. Again it is a strolling place par excellence and is lined with restaurants and cafes. The houses are a treat to see and you’ll recognise this as one of the more famous sights of Copenhagen.
8. Østre Anlæg
Østervoldgade/Sølvtorvet/Oslo Plads. Copenhagen, Denmark
The Østre Anlæg has flowerbeds and monuments for some very beautiful scenery.
9. Louisiana Modern Art Museum
Gammel Strandvej 13, Humlebaek Copenhagen, Denmark 42190719
The Louisiana Modern Art Museum is a fantastic museum, so be sure to visit it while you’re in Copenhagen.
10. Tycho Brahe Planetariet
Gammel Kongevej 10. Copenhagen, Denmark
The Tycho Brahe Planetariet is known as the landmark of Copenhagen. Be sure to see it.
Christiansborgs Slotsplads Copenhagen, Denmark
The Christiansborg is a beautiful castle that you’ll want to see when you’re visiting Copenhagen. It is the Parliament and Prime Minister’s office and was built at the beginning of the 20th Century on the site of the previous Castle.