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Bernstoffsgade, 1 (very close to the railway station, City Hall Square and Tivoli Gardens).
If you are in Copenhagen on the begining of October, don't miss Culture Night (Kulturnatten).
More than 300 venues all over the city will be turned over to artists, musicians and creative forces for a spectacular night of art and entertainment. Museums, churches, musical venues, art galleries, theatres, libraries, schools, bookshops, and lots of other venues will open their doors from 6 to 12 pm offering all sorts of special events for the curious and adventurous public.
For tourists The Night of Culture offers a unique opportunity to experience an exciting evening of cultural exploration. Join The Night of Culture and see another side of Copenhagen after nightfall.
Just take a walk through the...
Just take a walk through the main street and it will take you a whole day, if you want to see everything and maybe do some shopping in between!! I liked the museum, where all the records from Guines book are presented. I specially liked the tallest guy ever, which was standing infront of the museum (a puppet of course).
This Angel stands just north of the Kastellet. She is a war memorial for all those who died in World War II (Please let me know if I am incorrect, and if it was for World War I). I just thought this was an incredibly beautiful and sad statue and that it was worth a mention.
Coming to Copenhagen by train or by air, a visit to Tourist Info is recommended which is located close to central railway station. Apart from receiving some fre information booklets and maps, booking for accommodation or organized tour, experience little Danish sense of design. The new tourist info has been inaugurated in recent past and has one of the remarkable functioning yet cosy interior among the European capitals.