Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world! Copenhagen – the Danish capital – is surprisingly beautiful and versatile. From enjoying a bike ride along the many lanes, to discovering some of the top attractions, there is so much to do here. Many travelers may point out that Copenhagen is not the cheapest city in terms of traveling, but it does offer enough options for anyone to get excited. It would be a good idea to book your holiday accommodation Copenhagen before you arrive, especially if you want to save some money. That said, here are some of the things you need to see here.
- Tivoli Gardens. Among the oldest amusement parks in the world, Tivoli Gardens is the pride of the Danish capital, and you need to make time for it. Try the amazing rides, especially the rollercoaster.
- Nyhavn harbor area. This is where you can take iconic photos of the colorful buildings that date back to 16th and 17th There are also historic ships docked here, and most buildings house fancy cafés and restaurants.
- The Little Mermaid. Although many travelers find the statue underwhelming after visiting, The Little Mermaid still deserves a check, mainly because it is often associated as the landmark of the city.
- Rosenborg Castle. Denmark is known for many castles, but if you are in the capital, you must visit Rosenborg Castle, where you can check a real aspect of Danish history and royal life, up close.
- Papirøen (Paper Island). If you want to try Nordic and world cuisines and don’t want to pay for high-street restaurants, you should head to Papirøen (Paper Island), where are stalls for almost everything.
- One of the biggest pedestrian malls in the world, Stroget is a shopper’s paradise. While there are some really expensive and high-end brands here, you can still find something or the other to shop.
- Bakken is officially the oldest amusement park in the world, and while it might not match Tivoli Gardens in terms of glory and rides, it is still fascinating and is one of the must-see places in Copenhagen.
Plan your stay in Copenhagen in advance, and we promise you wouldn’t have a dull moment. The good part is you can rent a bike and go around and about in the city, as it has dedicated lanes. Also, make sure that you check for accommodation in advance, at least a couple of weeks before your arrival. The Danish capital can surprise you on each visit, we promise!