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Copenhagen Card
"Choose between a 24- 48- 72- or 120-hour Copenhagen Card when you book and then collect your card and free Copenhagen map at Copenhagen Airport or a central redemption point in the city.Valid for the set number of hours from the time you first use it your card helps you get the best from your time in Denmark’s lovely capital with included public transport and free admission to 74 top Copenhagen attractions. Additional valuable discounts on exciting activities
From DKK379.00
 
Copenhagen Canal Tour
"Hop aboard your sightseeing cruise boat in Nyhavn or Gammel Strand in central Copenhagen. Take a seat in the boat’s lower saloon or stroll around the deck admiring the city sights as you cruise. Canals zigzag through Copenhagen and the city’s top waterfront sights appear around every twist and turn. Watch out for attractions like the Little Mermaid an iconic Edvard Eriksen statue carved to look like a character from a Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. Learn the history of Copenhagen as your onboard guide points out key sights. Hear about Amalienborg Castle – seat of the Danish royal family since the 18th century – while and gaze at Copenhagen Opera House a futuristic-looking building that juts out onto the waterfront.Glide through Christianshavn canal quarter and hear trivia about King Christian IV
From DKK80.00
 
City Tour of Copenhagen
"You will pass many of the city's great museums on this 2 hour tour of Copenhagen including the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek built by the founder of the Carlsberg breweries over a century ago. The museum houses collections including classical Egyptian Roman and Greek antiquities Romanticist sculptures and paintings as well as Golden Age Danish Art and an extensive collection of Etruscan art.Thorvaldsen's Museum houses the art work of Denmark's most famous artist - Bertel Thorvaldsen. You will also pass the National Museum Denmark's largest museum of cultural history.Pass by Christiansborgs' Palace
From DKK345.00

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Strøget

"Strøget" is far and away the most famous street in Copenhagen. The walking street is 1111 meters long, making it Europe's longest pedestrian street. There are other walking streets in Copenhagen...
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Souvenirs

The shop is situated in Nyhavn ( as I understood the most visited street in Copenhagen)- great location and great concept of the shop. I was pleasently surprised that I fount a place where souvenirs...
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Field's

Hello, I have just checked it and unfortunately there is no C&A story in Copenhagen. I have checked it on their website and also I don't remember having seen or come across their logo. Normally,...
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Illum

Illum is a massive department store on Stoeget. I don't like shopping in these huge department stores, maybe it's because they're usually way over my budget ;) But it's nice to wander and look around...
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Supermarkets

If you're staying in self-catering accomodation (or living here long-term!), you'll need to visit a supermarket at some point! Some hints - Aldi and Lidl are cheaper, but the quality is relative to...
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Amber

The House of Amber ("Ravhuset") in two locations in Copenhagen (this is Nyhavn) is just one of all the places where Baltic amber can be found. Hardened tree sap from ancient forests, amber can today...
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Illums Bolighus

If you like to see danish design go to Illumsbolighus. Here you have all the danish classical furniture. Its expensive. But if your from non-EC you can buy it exempt from the value added tax (moms)...
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Fisketorvet

Fisketorvet is a pretty average shopping centre, but if you are looking for the high street names - then it is an easy place to get around. Situated in the redeveloping docks area it is just a couple...
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Posterland

Posterland is northern Europe's biggest specialist poster shop and at all times stocks some 50,000 (!) different posters and prints. They range from well-known images such as Banksy's iconic graffiti...
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H & M

Well, it will be only my personal opinion, but I've really enjoyed shopping at the H&M or just for looking at new collections. I guess, you always can find something on what your eye will be...
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Magasin du Nord

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7-Eleven

Well, they seem to be every where in Copenhagen! I have to say that I do not often visit kiosks or corner shops, however the 7-11 shops in Denmark seem to offer a great range of products.There are...
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gordonilla
Aug 22, 2015

Tivoli Christmas Market

The biggest market is at the Tivoli Gardens funfair which is transformed into a fantastic winter wonderland with 3 quarter of a million colourful lights illuminating the park, here stalls mix with...
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grayfo
Sep 11, 2014

Lego Store

Since Lego is a Danish invention, when you visit Denmark you can hardly miss a visit to the flagship store on Strøget. Not only can you buy items of Lego not available elsewhere, you can look at the...
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Jul 31, 2014

Top Hotels in Copenhagen

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Ellehammersvej 20, Tarnby, Zealand, 2770, Denmark
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Helgolandsgade 15, Copenhagen, Zealand, DK-1653, Denmark
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12 Helgolandsgade, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1653, Denmark
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Kalvebod Brygge 5, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1560, Denmark
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Kongens Nytorv 34, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1050, Denmark
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Nyhavn 22, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1051, Denmark
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Top Things to Do in Copenhagen

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Nyhavn

Nyhavn (New Harbour) is undoubtedly Copenhagen's most picturesque corner: a line of colourful houses, higgledy-piggledy built next to some quais where only vintage ships are allowed to moor. Moreover,...
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Tivoli Garden

Most Danes speak English. A nation of only 4 million people does not expect tourists to speak their language (as in Germany, France, Italy, Russia or Spain), so 1 out of 2 Danes speaks English. Also,...
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Christiania

Before you get too dizzy by all the sweet fumes of marijuana wafting through Christiania, you do well to leave Pusher Street and explore more of the Free State. Granted, it's Pusher Street that...
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Rådhuspladsen - Town hall square

Rådhuspladsen with the Copenhagen City Hall is located in central Copenhagen. Many political activities and entertainings acts are going on at Rådhuspladsen which makes it an entertaining place to be....
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Little Mermaid

Note that on Danish language maps this is listed as "Den Lille Havfrue". Looking at the map, I had thought it would be a very long walk from the Christiania area. It was actually surprising how...
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Carlsberg Brewery

The Carlsberg Factory is a bit of a walk from the main town, but it's a pleasant walk, and I believe there are buses that go nearby too. It's not the most mind-blowing tour you can go on, and they...
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Top 5 Copenhagen Writers

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Sjalen

"Windy-ful Copenhagen"
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cachaseiro

"COPENHAGEN ON THE CHEAP"
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Nemorino

"Operas and cycling in Copenhagen"
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balhannah

"THE ROYAL CITY OF COPENHAGEN"
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yooperprof

"Highly Hygge!"
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