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Vor Frelsers Kirke

This beautiful Baroque church was built in the borough of Christianshavn between 1682 and 1696. Make your way to the top by climbing the spiral staircase in the church’s spire while taking in the beautiful views of the city. The church’s interior is...

Tivoli

Tivoli first opened its doors in 1843. At the time, the theme park's only rides were a roller coaster and a horse carousel. Times have changed and so has Tivoli as it is now a major theme park offering many rides and sights. It is located at the...

The Little Mermaid

Den Lille Havfrue, the Little Mermaid, is probably Copenhagen’s best known and most famous statue. This little girl, which sprang from the mind of Denmark’s famous author Hans Christian Andersen, appears fragile and all alone on her rock at Copenhage...

Stroget

Copenhagen’s main shopping area, Stroget, is one of the largest pedestrianised shopping areas in the world. As it is free of cars it makes cycling in the city centre even more appealing. You’ll find a succession of stores which specialise in Danish d...

Rundetårn

The Rundetårn, which is Danish for round tower, offers a spectacular view of Copenhagen. The tower is 35 meters (115 feet) high and 15 meters (50 feet) wide and is located in the heart of Copenhagen. It can be climbed by ascending the 209-meter-long...

Rosenborg Slot

Rosenborg Slot is the most visited sight in Copenhagen. The castle has a breathtaking collection which includes paintings, furniture and jewellery. The most impressive part of the castle is the underwater treasury which is home to the Danish crown je...

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