A year-round destination, Copenhagen offers boat trips, outdoor cafés and restaurants, and heaps of shopping streets, not to mention one of the world's most famous amusement parks. Copenhagen is connected to the Swedish city of Malmo by the Oresund Bridge which carries road and rail traffic.
What to see in Copenhagen
Tivoli Gardens - is Copenhagen's most visited site, a huge amusement and entertainments park with lots of rides, amusements, theatres and cafes to enjoy. Opened in 1843 and has been entertaining Copenhagen's citizens ever since.
Christiansborg Palace - Home of the Danish Government and Supreme Court.
King's New Square - (Kongens Nytorv) is a public square in Copenhagen, Denmark, centrally located at the end of the pedestrian street Strřget. Many fine buildings from 17th century on outskirts.
Frederiksstaden is a district in Copenhagen, Denmark. Constructed during the reign of Frederick V in the second half of the 18th century and it is considered to be one of the most important rococo complexes in Europe.
Amalienborg Palace - Home of the Danish royal family, built during the 17th century by various monarchs.
Rosenborg Castle - (Rosenborg Slot) is a renaissance castle located in the centre of Copenhagen also large public gardens attached.
Copenhagen Botanical Garden - is a botanical garden located in the centre of Copenhagen. It covers an area of 10 hectares and is particularly noted for its extensive complex of historical glasshouses dating from 1874.
The National Museum of Denmark - Contains exhibits from Denmark's cultural history.
The Copenhagen Concert Hall - Opened in 2009 and is home to Danish National Symphony Orchestra.
Beaches - Copenhagen has three beaches within the city; the best known being Amager Strandpark.
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