Copenhagen Things to Do

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  • 26. Churchill Park

    The Gefion Fountain is the biggest monument in Copenhagen, one I liked very much. The tiered fountain is topped by goddess "Gefion" who is whipping her sons [Oxen] The Oxen look angry to me as their...

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  • 27. Kongens Nytorv

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    I wouldn´t recommend to visit the sheet café on the Kongens Nytorv square. The waiter became physical unruly against a women just because she was eating one ice-cream, which she bought in another...

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  • 28. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Located 35 km north of Copenhagen on the Øresund coast at Humlebæk. This makes a great day trip. People come from all over the world to see Louisiana. World class collection of paintings and...

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  • 29. Christianshavn

    4 out of 5 stars

    Getting out of the metro station in Christianshavn we felt disappointed, numerous tourists, beggars and many junkies, not the best picture you could have of a place. But of course walking a bit...

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  • 30. Frederiksberg Palace and Garden

    Frederiksberg Park (Have, or garden) is one of the largest and nicest parks in Copenhagen. There are plenty of rolling lawns for lounging on in the sun, lots of trees, lakes and canals with avchinese...

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  • 31. Louis Tussaud's Wax Museum

    A part of Tivoli is the Louis Tussaud Wax Museum opened in 1974.. Louis Tussaud was the great-grandson of the wellknown lady, Madame Tussaud. The museum is concentrating not only on famous...

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  • 32. Black Diamond - Sorte Diamant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    If you like ambitious modern architecture, then you will definitely want to take a look at the Black Diamond that houses the Royal Danish Library on Christiansborg. Its black, reflective, monolithic...

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  • 33. Frihedsmuseet - Museum of Danish Resistance

    The museum is closed due to a fire on 28th April 2013. It is thought that it will take several years to reopen the museum. All the items were saved from the fire, but the building was totaly damaged....

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  • 34. Statens Museum for Kunst

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The National gallery has a decent collection of Danish and European art. The museum has works by many of the European masters along with an extensive collection of Danish and Scandinavian Art. It has...

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  • 35. Aquarium

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Den Blå Planet is a large aquarium complex on the island of Amager near the Copenhagen Airport. In Den Blå Planet there's a large aquarium with many types of sharks like hammerhead sharks. There are...

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  • 36. Central Station

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Although many people use this station....and it has a good selection of places to eat 7 drink inside...I doubt many look closely at its architecture. As soon as i stepped down from the airport train...

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  • 37. Radhus - City Hall

    4 out of 5 stars

    I went on a guided tour in the City Hall on 8 May 2015. The tour (which cost 50 DKK) was hugely disappointing. The guide just led us through the corridors and stairs, stopping from time to time at...

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  • 38. Day Trip to Malmo

    Copenhagen has had a strong Jewish community going back for centuries. That role in Danish life is chronicled in the Jewish Museum - the only one of its kind in the country. The museum sits in a...

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  • 39. Slotsholmen

    4 out of 5 stars

    Slotsholmen, or 'The Castle Islet' is a part of the centre of the city situated on what was originally a number of small islands in the water between Copenhagen on the shore of Zealand and the island...

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  • 40. Vor Frue Kirke - Church of Our Lady

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The main Danish cathedral stays close to the University, in Vor Frue Plads. The present building dates from the 19th century, in Neoclassical style, but it has a long story of successive damaging...

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  • 41. St Alban's Church

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is the Anglican (Episcopal) church in Copenhagen, erected 1887 in British gothic style; a fine example of Victorian church architecture. The beautiful site of the church is due to its royal...

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  • 42. Zoo

    A look at the Zoo to see what type of animals live in this part of the world was included in our walk. I really enjoyed the Copenhagen zoo. There were plenty of animals to see, including real Polar...

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  • 43. Assistens Kirkegården - Cemetery

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Imagine a walled city with cemeteries so overfilled, that caskets are stored above ground. Cannons are being fired to put some motion in the air to mix the stench of death with the smell of gunpowder....

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  • 44. Bakken

    4 out of 5 stars

    The green bike lane (den grønne sti) is, well, a bike lane that will take you through various residential areas in Copenhagen. It is one lane wide, but there's bike traffic in both directions. It is...

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  • 45. DR Koncerthuset

    Photos: 1. In the new concert hall DR Koncerthuset 2. Audience members taking their seats 3. Orchestra musicians taking their seats 4. Ceiling of the concert hall 5. Poster advertising Symphonic...

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  • 46. Nyboder

    Nyboder is a collection of little lowscale yellow houses that were build between 1631 and 1641 for sailors when the danish navy expanded heavily. It's in my opinion one of the most charming parts of...

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  • 47. Cruise

    Arriving and departing from Copenhagen Harbour on a Cruise ship, we had a great view of this Fortress. It is also known as the "Three Crowns Sea Fortress," and stands at the entrance to Copenhagen...

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  • 48. Thorvaldsens Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Thorvaldseng museum is a lovely art museum (the first art museum in Denmark, opened in 1848!), an impressive building anyway with a lovely frieze on the outside by Jorgen Sonne but also gorgeous...

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  • 49. Ørsteds Park

    One of the joys of randomly wandering Copenhagen is the profusion of public spaces; parks and squares, which you encounter.. One such is the Ørstedsparken, a small park tucked away in the city centre...

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  • 50. Alexander Newsky Kirke - Russian Orthodox Church

    Walking on Bredgade (Broad street) we came across Aleksander Nevskij Den Russiske Kirke (pic 1) which is located at No.53. It’s the only Russian orthodox church in Copenhagen. It was built in 1883...

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