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Theme Park
“Famous amusement park in the city center. Worth a trip. Enjoy the garden. if you want to try several of the rides, you should buy an unlimited ride pass (cheaper)”
  • 1263 locals recommend
Beach
“Christiania (also called Fristaden or just Staden) is an area in the Christianshavn district of Copenhagen with an area of ​​approx. 34 hectares. In 2010, approx. 630 adults and approx. 130 children with Christian register address at Christiania. Christiania is Copenhagen's fourth largest tourist attraction, which has about half a million visitors a year, but is also characterised by extensive cannabis trade. This place of the city is a must see for foreigners as it is so different from the rest of the city as well as the rest of the world. Here you will find street art, a hippie lifestyle, vegan restaurants and sometimes concerts. It is important to mention that the area is also famous for its 'pusher street' where soft drugs are sold illegally. However, it is completely safe to be there and very family friendly. ”
  • 1185 locals recommend
Park
“Green garden with small canals and the beautiful castle on top of the hill next to the zoo”
  • 931 locals recommend
Food Court
“Danish food court with also amazing vegetables and fruit stands and beautiful flower shop with amazingly selection of seasonal flowers to get inspired”
  • 1006 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“Copenhagens Meatpacking District with restaurants, bars & clubs Located on Vesterbro”
  • 1103 locals recommend
Cemetery
“People actually hang out here :) Find the graves of some of the most famous Danish personalities Located on Nørrebro”
  • 1073 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“One of our most famous tourist attractions is the 1.25 meters tall sculpture of The Little Mermaid at Langelinie Pier. When looking at her, if can seem strange why such a small sculpture is important for us. The sculpture from 1913 is based on the fairy tale of the famous Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen (HCA) and the sculpture of The Little Mermaid was made by Edvard Eriksen after the Danish brewer Carl Jacobsen (founder of Carlsberg Beer) fell in love with the mermaid character in a ballet based on HCA’s story. The Little Mermaid statue is free to access, and it is a nice walk from Østerport Station to Langelinie (Langeliniekaj 2, 2100 København). If you use the boardwalk (Bryggebroen) to Dybbølsbro Station, you have 4 stops on the S-Train to Østerport. Or you can hop on a canal cruise as most of them sail by The Little Mermaid.”
  • 631 locals recommend
Art Museum
“SMK is the greatest museum and I love it, but check their exhibition first. On Friday afternoons, they have occasional happenings. Take a break in their café and enjoy the view. If you have children, consider booking them into their children art workshop - that is really cool. ”
  • 523 locals recommend
Beach
“Denamrk is not known for their beaches however they are known to hygge, and one of the much hygge thing in denamrk is to relax at the beach park in amager. ”
  • 646 locals recommend
Zoo
“A walk in the zoo can be fun and right next to it is the pretty park of Fridriksberg”
  • 411 locals recommend
Park
“A very popular park for both Copenhageners and turist. many locals use the park as a quiet detour or walk through while on their way also. Rosenborg Castle Gardens (Danish: Kongens Have literally The King's Garden) is the oldest and most visited park in central Copenhagen, Denmark. Established in the early 17th century as the private gardens of King Christian IV's Rosenborg Castle, the park also contains several other historical buildings, including Rosenborg Barracks, home to the Royal Guards, as well as a high number of statues and monuments. The park also plays host to temporary art exhibitions and other events such as concerts throughout the summer. ”
  • 500 locals recommend
Park
“The biggest park in Copenhagen city, go by the small lake for a wilder area with huge trees and a 'forest' feeling.”
  • 597 locals recommend
Palace
“This is where Queen Margrethe The 2nd lives. If you're very lucky you might see her out and about in town! I've seen her twice ;)”
  • 453 locals recommend
Pedestrian Plaza
“The most famous shopping street in Copenhagen. You will find most shops you are looking for around this area. ”
  • 510 locals recommend
Flea Market
“This and intersecting Steffansgade is one of the most charming little streets in the city, with great shopping, eating, drinking, and generally being merry. Go there!”
  • 542 locals recommend
Bay
“One of the most well known places in Denmark, it’s colorful and has many variations of cafes and restaurants. ”
  • 373 locals recommend