A Guide to the Favorite Copenhagen Attractions
“If Copenhagen were a person, that person would be generous, beautiful, elderly, but with a flair. A human being that has certain propensities for quarreling filled with imagination and with an appetite for the new and with respect for the old – somebody who takes good care of things and of people.” – Connie Nielson
What can be more motivating to head on to Copenhagen than these words of Connie Nielson?
The creativity, charm and the ambience of the Copenhagen give a distinct character to this city. The beauty and the sereneness of this place is beyond description and the art, culture, and the history of Copenhagen have been preserved by the natives since ages.
If you are planning a visit to this lovely destination, here’s the guide to the favorite attractions of this place!
A theme park, that is way more than what it is described to be!
Tivoli gardens are laden with various attractions, food areas, gardens, and a lot more to keep you moving whole day long with a sense of awe.
Various entertainment shows, music performances and concerts take place at nights that are attended by both the outsiders as well as the locals. For the adrenaline shoot up, the rides at this place are worth trying.
The Little Mermaid
A gift from Danish brewer Carl Jacobsen to the Copenhagen, The Little Mermaid, is a major attraction since 23 August, 1913.
This bronze made sculpture was inspired from a fairy tale of Hans Christian Andersen. The story is said to revolve around that sculpture. The mermaid, according to the tale, is said to have come out of the sea as she had fallen for a prince. But since he didn’t reciprocate, she had to leave the human world and return to the sea.
The sculpture is as beautiful as the tale of that mermaid is!
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Even if you are not so gallery-lover, this museum is a must-visit when in Copenhagen.
With the ever-changing exhibitions, to the increasing art and the artifacts, this gallery is filled with inspiring and awe-laden 3,000 works with the additional exhibition-driven collections.
You can even shop what touches your heart from the collection that is up for sale. Also, there is a kid’s zone for the parents to cherish their time to the fullest.
The café area is also present for satiating the taste-buds.
All the museum-lovers, availing the European vacation packages, must make sure to add this museum to their travel plans.
Constructed during the Dutch Renaissance, the Rosenborg Castle is one of its kinds.
The magnificent beauty and the ambiance of this castle make the visitors fall in love with this place. The royalty flows at this place with great elegance.
The royal chambers and the arts and artifacts are beautiful. The collections from the 17th century such as the Venetian glass and Flora Danica dinnerware are still present to showcase in this castle.
Don’t forget to add this luxurious castle to your luxury vacation packages.
The Copenhagen is blessed with many more attractions like the Amalienborg Castle, the Round Tower, Nyhavn Harbor, Christiansborg Palace, etc.
And don’t forget to satiate your taste buds in Copenhagen!