The capital city of Denmark, founded in 1167, has its own special character with its beautiful copper roofs and towers, historical buildings and also numerous squares with fountains and statues. The entrance to the port is adorned with the famous statue of the “Little Mermaid”. The Copenhagen Card allows you unrestricted use of the public transport systems in the city as well as free entrance to many museums and other attractions.
When visiting Copenhagen, you should not fail to visit the Christianborg Castle, which is the seat of the Danish Parliament, Rosenborg Castle and Amalienborg, which is open to the public. The Viking Museum is another point of interest, containing an exhibition of Viking ships. The exhibition in the Carlsberg brewery will provide you with an insight into the history of brewing in the country and above all, this brewery itself.
The famous Tivoli amusement park in Copenhagen is open from the end of April to around the middle of September. Copenhagen is home to the largest planetarium in all of Europe. Art enthusiasts have the opportunity to come into their own in Copenhagen when visiting the National Gallery, the Thorvaldsen Museum and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.