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New harbour, with a lot of traditional Danish restaurants and you can do canal boat tours from here.
The old salior bars is now turned into resturants where they mostly serve traditional danish food
The old harbor of Copenhagen, Nyhavn, is crowded with classy restaurants and cozy cafes. Take in the picturesque sight of colorfully renovated townhouses from the 18th century. As a popular spot for locals and tourists, the area is often crowded, so arrive early if possible. Sit down at one of the…
Especially during summer, Nyhavn is the perfect place to end a long day. With a cold one on the quay like the locals, or at one of the many restaurants. Originally, Nyhavn was a busy commercial port where ships from all over the world would dock. The area was packed with sailors, ladies of…
Nyhavn (New Harbour), is a must-see spot of Copenhagen. It offers lots of bars and restaurants.
One of the most famous place in Copenhagen. You can also sit there and have a coffee or a glass of wine. It is very touristic and expensive but the view is very nice.
This is a must ... the metro will take you there in 15 minutes - and you are very close to many other interesting places in CPH
Experience the famous harbor where H.C. Andersen lived. A large selection of restaurants and bars
Stroll down the canals of Nyhavn surrounded by beautiful and colorful buildings and a nice atmosphere. Ps. don't eat here if you're traveling on a budget :)
One of the most Iconic scenes in Copenhagen. Walk down Nyhavn and see all the colorful old buildings.
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“Tivoli is by far the most visited tourist attraction in Denmark with 4.4 million Denmark’s. visitors in 2017 against 4.6 million visitors in 2016. The park is Europe's third most visited theme park, only transferred from Disneyland Paris and Europa-Park in Germany.”
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“The statue of the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen harbor is one of the top must-see sights in Denmark. Fortunately, it is relatively easy to get here, as only once a visitor has seen this rather small statue is it obvious that not having seen her at all would not really condemn any visit to the Danish capital as a failure. It tends to get very busy at the Little Mermaid but visitors arrive, see, take a photo and leave fairly quickly, although during the high season buses spew out new tour groups every few minutes.”
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“Copenhagen’s Hippie “Free Town”- a community that has its own rules and regulations completely independent of the Danish government. Christiania has been famous for many years thanks to the permanent stalls along Pusher Street—or ‘The Green Light District’, as it was once known—that sold all types of cannabis (illegal elsewhere in Denmark)”
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“Amalienborg Castle: Less than one and a half kilometers from Rosenborg in the Frederiksstaden quarter, you'll find Rosenborg's sister palace, Amalienborg, along with its serene waterfront gardens. The four palaces facing onto the square were originally built as homes for the nobility, but were taken over by the Royal Family after a fire at Christiansborg in 1794. The palace takes its name from Queen Sophie Amalie who had a sumptuous summer retreat on the site, which also burned down in 1689. The area was designed to be a model society with the King as focal point and the aristocracy (the four palaces) surrounding him. Today, Queen Margrethe II and her family occupy the upper story of Christian IX Palace, and the Moltke Palace is used for official purposes. The soldiers of the Royal Guard with their bearskins and blue (on festive occasions red, white, and blue) uniforms are a unique symbol of the city. ”
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