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COPENHAGEN DENMARK SIGHTSEEING - COPENHAGEN

Copenhagen Denmark SightseeingCopenhagen Top 10 Tourist Attractions - Number one on our list is the Tivoli complete with a roller coaster and fireworks at night. The Tivoli is open from 11am-midnight Sun-Thu; 11am-1am Fri-Sat and can be contacted at this phone number +45 33 15 10 01. You will definitely want to include this in your sight seeing. The Den Lille Havfrue is Copenhagen’s most famous tourist attraction. It is a stature of the little mermaid. For another fantastic sight you won’t want to miss The Christiansborg. It can be contacted at this phone number +45 33 92 64 92. This is a huge castle that can be toured at 10am, 11am and 1pm-4pm daily, every month except June. The Rundetårn is another must see and it is open the hours 10am-5pm Mon-Sat; noon-5pm Sun and if you need to contact them the phone number is +45 33 73 03 73.

If you like to shop then visiting the The Stroget is a must also. It is for people that like to shop or for people that like to be seen shopping. We urge you to visit the Glyptoteket and it is open the hours 10am-4pm Tue-Sun and can be contacted at +45 33 41 81 41. It is one of the city’s finest museums and it was founded in 1888. The Kongens Have/Rosenborg Slotshave is the oldest park in Denmark. The famous writer Hans Christian Andersen found inspiration for his fairy tales.

These were our top ten choices for Tourist Attractions in Copenhagen. There is much more to see, but make sure you include these in your visit. Below are the addresses and contact information for each of the top ten for your convenience.

Tivoli
Vesterbrogade 3
Copenhagen V, 1620 Denmark
The Tivoli is Open Hours: 11am-midnight Sun-Thu; 11am-1am Fri-Sat and can be contacted at this phone number +45 33 15 10 01. This is said to be the city’s Moat and some parts of it date all the way back to 1843. It includes a roller coaster and night time fireworks that can be seen from all over the city.

Den Lille Havfrue
Langelinie
Copenhagen Ø, 2100 Denmark
The Den Lille Havfrue is Copenhagen’s most famous tourist attraction. It is the little mermaid and it was created by Edward Eriksen in 1913. He got the inspiration for the statute from who was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale. It sits on a rock that overlooks the harbour and this is a must see.

Christiansborg
Christiansborgs Slotsplads
Copenhagen K, 1218 Denmark
The Christiansborg can be contacted at this phone number +45 33 92 64 92. This is a huge castle that can be toured at 10am, 11am and 1pm-4pm daily, every month except June. On its square stands a statue of Frederik V that was made by French sculptor J.F. Saly in 1711. The statute is considered to be one of the most beautiful of the city.

Nyhavn
Københavns havn til Kongens Nytorv
Copenhagen K, 1051 Denmark
The Nyhavn are docks and on one side is the “elegant” side and on the other is the “naughty” side. Now both sides offer fantastic restaurants and this is where the famous fairy-tale writer Hans Christian Andersen lived. You can take canal tours from Nyhavn to see the entire area by boat.

Rundetårn
Købmagergade 52 A
Copenhagen K, 1160 Denmark
The Rundetårn is open the hours 10am-5pm Mon-Sat; noon-5pm Sun and if you need to contact them the phone number is +45 33 73 03 73. It was built in 1637-42 and the Round Tower offers fantastic views of the city of Copenhagen after you have made the climb to the top.

Strøget
Rådhuspladsen/Kongens Nytorv
Copenhagen K, Denmark
The Stroget is for people that like to shop or for people that like to be seen shopping. Many just love the experience of walking down the walkways through the different stores and restaurants. You will find it to be very accessible and always a pleasure when you visit this attraction.

Glyptoteket
Dantes Plads 7
Copenhagen K, 1260 Denmark
The Glyptoteket is open the hours 10am-4pm Tue-Sun and can be contacted at +45 33 41 81 41. It is one of the city’s finest museums and it was founded in 1888. In this museum is a conservatory with palm trees and exotic plants. There is much to see in this museum.

Kongens Have/Rosenborg Slotshave
Gothersgade/Kronprinsessegade/Sølvgade/Nørrevoldgade
Copenhagen K, Denmark
The Kongens Have/Rosenborg Slotshave is the oldest park in Denmark. The famous writer Hans Christian Andersen found inspiration for his fairy tales in this park and there is also a statute of him and many others lining the land. The gardens can be toured an they are open until sunset.

Krasnapolsky
Vestergade 10
Copenhagen K, 1456 Denmark
The Krasnapolsky is open the hours from 10am-2am Mon-Wed; 10am-5am Thu-Sat; 2pm-midnight Sun. The phone number is +45 33 32 88 00. It is now the place to go to for some interesting food like octopus ragout. You will want to stop in and try some of its wonderful food.

Vor Frue Kirke
Pilestræde 67
Copenhagen K, 1140 Denmark
The Vor Frue Kirke is open the hours 8am-5pm Mon-Sat. You can contact them at+45 33 15 10 78. This cathedral was rebuilt after fires in the years 1316, 1738 and 1829. The Vor Frue Kirke means The Church of Our Lady. The interior is awesome so you will want to see this.

 

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