Copenhagen sights, Denmark

20 places worth seeing in Copenhagen

The Danish capital, no matter how prudish it may seem, will not cease to amaze you: the combination of tradition and innovation, practicality and ingenuity are not without reason so loved by tourists from all over the world. Today we will tell you what to see and where to go in Copenhagen so that you will love this city forever.

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Amalienborg.

Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful palaces in Denmark, and also a functioning palace, Amalienborg still serves as the residence of the royal family to this day. The palace consists of four mansions, united around the square of the same name. Two of them – the mansions of Christian VII and Christian VIII – are open for tourists. Here you can see how the royal chambers looked like in 1863-1947, especially since all the furnishings, furniture and household items have been preserved since then. Also interesting will be the changing of the guard ceremony, which takes place on the square in front of the palace.

Amalienborg - Copenhagen

  • Opening hours : The palace is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday. From December to April the palace is open from 11:00 to 16:00, in other months from 10:00.
  • Ticket price: Adult admission costs 60 CZK (10 EUR), senior citizens 40 CZK, children free admission.
  • How to get there: You can get to the palace by bus № 1A, 15, 26, 83N, 85N.

2. Town Hall

If you want to see the best views of Copenhagen, the Town Hall is the perfect place to do so. There is an observation platform at the top of its 105 meters high tower with a stunning view though you have to climb 300 stairs to get there because there is no elevator.

Copenhagen Town Hall

And also in the City Hall there is famous astronomical clock of Jens Olsen which has been working continuously since 1955 and is considered to be the most accurate clock in the world, don’t miss it.

3. christiania

The free city of Christiania is a real state within a state, located in the Christianshavn district of Copenhagen. Tourists are attracted here by a special free atmosphere and unique flavor, unique handmade souvenirs and also – the opportunity to plunge into a world of hippie culture, diametrically opposed to the neat and “proper” Copenhagen.

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Christiania - Copenhagen

  • How to get there: You can get to Christiania either by canal or on foot (in the latter case you have an opportunity to see all the most interesting things in detail).
  • The exact address is Prinsesseg. and Badsmandsstr.

On a side note: photography is allowed in Christiania, but if you want to take a picture of someone’s house, it is better to ask the owners permission.

4. Andersen Museum

This museum dedicated to the works of the great storyteller is simply a must on the itinerary of any tourist, especially if you are traveling with children.

You won’t find dull exhibits or formulaic tours; on the contrary, everything breathes with magic. Dive into the world of your favorite characters or meet Hans Christian himself in the 3D animation gallery, visit a video installation based on his favorite fairy tales, and immerse yourself in them. Or have a good time looking at cartoons, sculptures, goofballs and beautiful pictures that look like they were taken from the books of the great storyteller.

Andersen Museum - Copenhagen

  • Address : Radhuspladsen 57
  • Getting there : Walk from the city center or take bus lines 95N and 96N to the Rådhuspladsen/Lurblæserne stop.
  • Opening hours : June-August every day from 10:00 to 22:00, September-May Tuesday-Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00, Monday off.
  • Entrance fee : Adults – 85 CZK (12 €), children 11-14 years old – 68 CZK, children 4-10 years old – 43 CZK, kids under 4 years old – free of charge.

5. National Museum of Denmark

Where else could one study the history of the Danish kingdom but here? The rich and varied exposition of the museum tells you about Denmark of the Stone Age, Denmark of the Viking Age, and many other eras as well. Paintings, sculpture, ceramics and an ethnographic collection – there is a lot to see here!

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  • Address : Ny Vestergade 10
  • How to get there : Walking distance from the Central Station is 15 minutes. The nearest bus stop is Stormbroen (buses 1A, 2A, and 11A).
  • Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-17:00; Monday off.
  • Entrance is free.
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6. Karlsberg Glyptothek

The Glyptothek is one of the biggest art collections in the world, which belonged to the Danish entrepreneur Carl Jacobsen, founder of the famous Carlsberg brand. Today, it contains works of art and artefacts ranging from antiquity to the present day: paintings, sculptures (Rodin alone is worth about thirty!), Egyptian sarcophagi and much more will leave no one indifferent.

Glyptothek in Copenhagen

  • Address: Dantes Plads 7
  • Opening hours : Tuesday-Sunday from 09:00 to 17:00, Monday off.
  • The entrance fee is 75 CZK (11 EUR).

7. Park Tivoli

A real holiday island in the midst of bustling business Copenhagen, Tivoli Park is one of the oldest in Europe. Once here, it is like being in a fairy tale: cosy alleys, old merry-go-rounds with painted horses, a leisurely Ferris wheel offering a wonderful view of the park, music and laughter filling the air – believe me, you won’t want to leave here at all, and this is confirmed by only the most positive feedback from visitors.

Tivoli Gardens

Tip: Tivoli is best experienced at night when the lights go on and the park looks especially beautiful.

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