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Private Copenhagen Walking Tour
"Copenhagen Walking Tour includes the following highlights:  The City Hall one of the centres of activity for Copenhageners including the Lur Blowers and a look at Tivoli Gardens (from the outside). Magstræde a small cobble-s the founding father of Copenhagen. Strøget the oldest shopping street in the world and the heart of Copenhagen. Kongens Nytorv one of the most spectacular squares with excellent examples of 17th Century Architecture including Magasin Du Nord the Old Royal Theatre and historical Hotel d’Angleterre. Nyhavn the wonderful colourful Harbour Front where Copenhageners and Visitors alike gather to sip cold Beer and enjoy the sea air. Amalienborg Palace the home of the oldest Royal Family in the world also including a view of the guards changing. The Marble Church with its imp
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Small-Group Photo Bike Tour of Copenhagen
"Meet your guide at the City Hall Square and listen for the safety instructions before riding on the streets of Copenhagen on the electric-smart-bikes.During this tour you will discover Copenhagen’s top attractions including the Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square) Tivoli Gardens Strøget The Copenhagen Lakes Rosenborg Palace Rundetårn (Round Tower)
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Private Walking Tour of Copenhagen with a Personal Photographer
"Meet your private tour guide at your centrally located hotel. As you discuss the sights let your guide know if there are some particular sights you want to see. Your tour is private so the itinerary can be tailored according to your interests. Walk at a pace that suits you and stop every now and then to admire and snap photos of the sights. Your guide will also be at hand to take photos of you which will later be emailed to you to keep as memories. During this tour you will discover Copenhagen’s top attractions including the Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square) Tivoli Gardens Strøget
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Rådhuspladsen - Town hall square Tips (76)

The epicentre of Copenhagen

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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Jan 10, 2015

Town Hall - Rådhus

The Town Hall was built between 1892 and 1905 and is based partly on the Italian Renaissance and partly on medieval Danish architecture. The tower is 106m/350ft high and the building is adorned with...
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Aug 13, 2013


If Monopoly is to be believed, Radhuspladsen is the Mayfair of Copenhagen - the most expensive place on the board. It is a magnificent square. It has fantastic sculpture, like the Dragon Fountain. It...
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Jun 01, 2013

City Hall Square, Copenhagen, Denmark

"The City Hall Square" is a public square in the centre of Copenhagen, Denmark, located in front of the Copenhagen City Hall. Due to its large size, its central location and its affiliation with the...
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May 25, 2013


In Town Hall Square is another famous landmark. This is Column and at the top are two Vikings blowing an ancient trumpet called a lur. The lur actually dates from the Bronze Age (ca. 1500 B.C.), while...
Aug 17, 2012


When we were here, there was some construction going on, so it was a little bit of a mess.The square was finally finished being built in 1905. It is from here that all measurements in Denmark are...
Aug 17, 2012


Copenhagen City Hall is situated on The City Hall Square in central Copenhagen. The current building, built in 1905, was built in National Romantic style. It is impressive, although rather plain, it...
Aug 17, 2012


Dragon's are everywhere in Town Hall Square. Scary, but I love their designs and fearsome faces!Lining the balustrade of the Town Hall, are some BIG DRAGONS. There is a story to these Dragons. It was...
Aug 17, 2012


Photos:1. City Hall and the Square2. A cyclist near City Hall3. More cyclists going past on H C Andersens Boulevard4. Three more cyclists near City Hall5. Cyclist with an Illums Bolighus bag The City...
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May 10, 2012


The TOwn Hall square (Rådhuspladsen) in Copenhagen is a busy place but doesn't offer much of merchandise during winter season. It was built between 1812-1905 and fits for 50,000 people. It's nice...
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Apr 18, 2012

City Hall Square

City Hall Square is the largest square in Copenhagen. The foundation stone was laid down by crown prince Frederick on July 1894 (the day of his 25th wedding anniversary). The square was inaugurated in...
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Apr 14, 2012

The City Hall of Copenhagen

The City Hall of Copenhagen (Danish: Københavns Radhus) is located on the square on the edge of Copenhagen's city center and the Vesterbro district, near Tivoli and Central Station. The building was...
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Feb 21, 2012
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Things to Do Near Rådhuspladsen - Town hall square

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Radhus - City Hall

When I first saw Copenhagen's city hall I was reminded of a building I had seen before, but I couldn't think of which one it was. Now that I'm writing this tip and checking a few facts about the...
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Ripley's Believe It or Not

The freak show has a permanent place in town. Ripley's believe it or not has a museum near rådhuset, where lots and lots of the strange, curious, mindteasing things can be seen. If you like that sort...
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Hans Christian Andersen

As you wander around Copenhagen you will see either statues of Hans Christian Anderson or some reference to him. Although he wasn't born in Copenhagen he did live there and he is one of their most...
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Islands Brygge

Islands Brygge is the harbourfront area of the north-west coast of Amager Island. Combined with the new development of Ørestad behind it, it is an upcoming neighbourhood which the city hopes will...
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Torvehallerne KBH

Torvehallerne KBH is Copenhagen's ultra-modern market hall. Visited by 115,000 people every week, most of them locals and not tourists, Torvehallerne's motto seems true: It's not a supermarket, it's a...
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Dragor is a fishing village that has been transformed into an exclusive Copenhagen suburb because it is beyond the airport, and access has isolated it from the city. The citizens have decided to...
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