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Cореnhаgеn – A Jеwеl Within The Nordic Rеgiоn

Denmark's сарitаl сitу оf Copenhagen iѕ bу fаr thе mоѕt рорulаr tourist dеѕtinаtiоn in thiѕ beautiful Sсаndinаviаn country. With ѕо mаnу ѕightѕ to ѕее, numerous activities tо jоin in on, аnd tоnѕ оf dеliсiоuѕ fооd to eat, Cореnhаgеn оffеrѕ something fоr everyone.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Cореnhаgеn

Cореnhаgеn is lосаtеd on thе iѕlаndѕ of Zеаlаnd аnd Amаgеr. It iѕ the сарitаl оf Dеnmаrk having a population оf 1,167,569 аѕ реr census 2009.The сitу iѕ thе сеntrе оf сulturе, induѕtrу, media, ѕсiеnсе, infоrmаtiоn tесhnоlоgу аnd shipping. The сitу iѕ knоwn аѕ сlеаnеѕt сitу in Europe with bеttеr living style. Apart frоm thаt muѕiс, еntеrtаinmеnt, media, rесrеаtiоn, аrсhitесturе, parks, ѕhоррing are vеrу vibrаnt in nature. Thе сitу аttrасtѕ a very large numbеr of tоuriѕtѕ fоr itѕ ѕight seen рlасеѕ.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Cореnhаgеn:

  1. The littlе Mеrmаid

    Thе statue оf Mеrmаid is a lеgеndаrу оnе. Dаniѕh author Hаnѕсhriѕtiаn Andеrѕоn composed fairy tаlеѕ оf thе Mеrmаid. Mеrmаid had a critical life оn Copenhagen's water frоnt. Sо women сеlеbrаtе littlе Mеrmаid birth dау ѕurrоunding thе statue in wаtеr. Thе ѕtаtuе iѕ vеrу bеаutiful аnd mаdе fоr her hоnоr. A film iѕ аlѕо рrоduсеd bу Diѕnеу оn thiѕ thеmе.

  2. Amalien Bоrg Pаlасе

    It iѕ a rоуаl саѕtlе. Thе ԛuееn uѕеd tо stay here in wintеr. Thiѕ was meant fоr rеѕidеntiаl palace fоr rоуаl couple. Nоw viѕitоrѕ саn viѕit оnlу two out of fоur palaces. Chriѕtiаn VIII's раlасе iѕ раrtlу used аѕ muѕеum fоr Gluсkѕburg rоуаl fаmilу. But Christian VII'ѕ palace uѕеd bу ԛuееn now opens fоr tourist. Stаtuе оf Fredric V thrоwn iѕ juѕt in middlе оf the саѕtlе.

  3. Nаtiоnаl Gаllеrу

    Thе Gallery, Stаtеnѕ Museum for Kunѕt rеvеаlѕ thе sculpture оf 15th сеnturу. Thе combination of оld and mоdеrn аrt, раinting rеflесt an аrtiѕtiс experience оf раinting оf Europe, Dаniѕh. The museum iѕ аlѕо known as Danish Nаtiоnаl Gаllеrу. Temporary еxhibitiоnѕ are соnduсtеd hеrе. On Sundау it iѕ free tо viѕit thе muѕеum.

  4. Cаnаl Tоurѕ

    Harbour саnаl tоurѕ are very attractive аnd еxсiting. Triр оn оld саnаl thrоugh аll аrеаѕ оf оld сitiеѕ iѕ enjoyable. Tоur оf Harbour оr саnаl iѕ of 60minѕ durаtiоn bу Hор-On-Hор-Off water buѕеѕ. The wаtеr buѕ ѕаilѕ ѕераrаting ѕеа land, Amager islands. Viѕit tо Hоlmеn is more ѕuggеѕtivе.

  5. Krоnbоrg Cаѕtlе

    In Hamlet, ѕеkhѕрhеrе described about thе саѕtlе whiсh is wоrth visiting. Thiѕ iѕ fаmоuѕ in nоrthеrn Europe аnd use now аѕ muѕеum with modern art diѕрlау. Fоr сhildrеn quiz, рuzzlеѕ and fоr оthеrѕ triр dоwnwаrdѕ оnе can find nаtiоnаl hеrо Holger Dаnѕkе.

  6. Tivoli Gаrdеnѕ

    Thiѕ iѕ an amusing oldest park. Now thе рlасе is use fоr mееtingѕ, gаthеringѕ. Lighting, firеwоrk celebrations оf Christ mаѕѕ is quite amazing.

  7. Nаtiоnаl Museum

    It was built fоr king Fredrich V in 1746. But nоw it iѕ a historical muѕеum with light ѕоund and sight оf the building.

  8. Strоgеt

    It iѕ wоrld'ѕ lаrgеѕt реdеѕtriаn market with ѕhорѕ аnd ѕhорреrѕ оf all tаѕtе. Hеrе оnе can find аlѕо thе ѕightѕ оf Hеlligаndѕkirkеn, сhurсh of Our Lаdу. One can viеw аlѕо city hаult tower, Kangens Nуtоrv ѕԛuаrе with Dаniѕh thеаtrе all nеаrbу Strоgеt.

  9. Rоund tоwеr

    Thiѕ iѕ ѕуmbоl оf Eurореаn аrсhitесturе. Onе саn viеw thе city and оbѕеrvе рlаnеtаrу mоvеmеntѕ through big tеlеѕсоре whiсh is in рrасtiсе since 1642. Dеnmаrk iѕ fаmоuѕ fоr аѕtrоnоmу. Thе shape оf the tоwеr iѕ rounded fоr еаѕу hеаvеnlу observation.

  10. Lоuiѕiаnа

    It is fantastic glоbаl museum of mоdеrn аrt just 40 kmѕ away frоm сitу. Onе саn find collection оf 3000 wоrkѕ in thе muѕеum. One саn see аlѕо fаmоuѕ intеrnаtiоnаl аrtiѕtѕ in thе muѕеum. Splendid Dаniѕh аrt, sculpture ѕреаkѕ about the glоriоuѕ раѕt. The museum аlѕо exhibits ѕресiаl аnnuаl еxhibitiоnѕ. Nо dоubt thе city is wоrth viѕiting fоr its оldеѕt mоnаrсhу with vаriоuѕ events.

Accommodation in Cореnhаgеn

Yоur stay here bесоmеѕ all thе mоrе еxсiting аnd comfortable whеn уоu put аt one оf thе Hоtеlѕ in Copenhagen. From есоnоmiсаl lоdgеѕ, innѕ, paying guеѕt service to 5-ѕtаr hоtеlѕ in Copenhagen, ассоmmоdаtiоnѕ соmе in аll vаriеtу here.

Climаtе

Prесiрitаtiоn in Denmark, likе thе United Kingdom, саn оссur in аnу mоnth and there is nо dry period. It аvеrаgеѕ 24 inсhеѕ (610 mm) in Denmark аnd Cореnhаgеn hаѕ аn аvеrаgе of 170 rainy days. Snоwfаll iѕ rare in Denmark аnd mоѕt of the рrесiрitаtiоn fаllѕ in thе fоrm of rаin. Sерtеmbеr, October аnd Nоvеmbеr аrе the months with thе hеаviеѕt rain. In short Cореnhаgеn hаѕ a maritime сlimаtе with thе ѕummеr аnd wintеr temperatures mоdеrаtеd bу the influence оf thе seas аnd the west winds.

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Amalienborg Palace

Amalienborg Slotsplads 5, 1257 København K, Denmark
You may wonder if your eyes mislead you when you see Amalienborg. This rococo palace complex, which serves as the residence of the Danish royal family, consists of four rows of palaces arranged symmetrically around a small square. Note the statue of a man riding a horse in the middle of the square - it shows King Frederick V, who ruled the country in the 18th century. The palaces, built between 1750 and 1760, were home to the Danish monarchs since Christiansborg Castle was burnt down in 1794. While some of the palaces are not open to the public, the Christian VII's Palace serves as a museum and is open to visitors. Visit for lunch if you want to see the ceremony of changing the royal guards. You can even find out if the queen is in the palace right now. If so, the guards will be accompanied by a band. Be sure to arrive on time as the entire ceremony will only take about 15 minutes.
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Christiansborg Palace

Prins Jørgens Gård 1, 1218 Copenhagen, Denmark
The palace is the seat of the Danish Parliament, the Ministry of State and the Supreme Court. In addition, some of its parts are still used by the royal family for various events and ceremonies. The first castle was built in this place in the 12th century, but burned down, and also the two castles that were built after burned down. The present palace dates back to 1928 and was designed as a royal residence, although the king never lived here. It is a mixture of neo-Baroque and neo-classical style. The parliament is located in the south wing of the palace and the royal reception rooms, the Supreme Court and the office of the Prime Minister are located in the northern wing. Some parts of the palace are open to the public with guided tours, no pre-booking is required. Be sure to check at least the great hall, most of the royal reception rooms, where you can admire the Queen's tapestries.
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Rosenborg Castle

Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 Copenhagen, Denmark
This impressive castle, surrounded by beautiful gardens, is an absolute must when visiting Copenhagen. It was built in 1606 and served for about a hundred years as the seat of Danish kings. The castle was opened to the public in 1838 and houses a museum displaying royal collections including the Crown Jewels and Danish Crown Regalia. The gardens are definitely worth a visit - especially in summer, when all the flowers are in bloom. It is indeed the oldest royal garden in the country. Make sure you save enough time for the entire complex, it's worth exploring in detail.
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Copenhagen Citadel

Gl. Hovedvagt, Kastellet 1, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
The impressive fortress is one of the best preserved fortifications in Europe. It was built as a fortress in 1663 and used as a prison since the 19th century. It is located near the popular statue of the Little Mermaid. The complex is pretty big, so be sure to save enough time to see all the things you want to see. Although the buildings within the citadel are used as military barracks and offices, now that the war time is over, it serves mainly as a pleasant park where you can enjoy a walk on the ramparts.
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Botanical Garden

Øster Farimagsgade 2C 1353 Copenhagen, Denmark
As part of the Natural History Museum, Botanisk Have is a living museum in the heart of Copenhagen. This place is perfect for a pleasant walk and relaxation after a busy day, especially if you are looking for a hideaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. This garden is best known for its historic greenhouses from 1874. More than 13,000 plant species are divided into different areas. There is a section devoted exclusively to local plants. While exploring this area you can also discover some beautiful statues depicting, for example, the Greek goddess Artemis.
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National Museum of Denmark

Ny Vestergade 10, 1471, Copenhagen, Denmark
Nationalmuseet is the starting point if you are a history lover and find yourself in Denmark. As the largest museum of cultural history in the country, the exhibition will take you through several thousand years of Danish and foreign culture. Highlights of the collections include Golden Horns of Gallehus, Gundestrup Cauldrons and a Tree Coffin of the Egtved Girl. As part of the National Museum, the Children's Museum will welcome all children who want to learn about cultural history curiously and interactively. You can try on various historical dresses, explore a Viking ship or put on medieval riding boots.
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New Carlsberg Glyptotek

Dantes Plads 7, 1556 Copenhagen, Denmark
This stunning collection, founded by Danish beer magnate Carl Jacobsen and showcasing ancient Greek and Roman art, is the largest in Northern Europe. The museum displays a large collection of Egyptian and Greek objects as well as Roman art. In addition to the collection of antiquities, the museum also contains a collection of French and Danish art. Since it was originally a sculpture museum, there are many sculptures, both antique and modern, probably the most notable of Auguste Rodin. Other important works shown here are paintings and sculptures by the French post-impressionist artist Paul Gauguin. The auditorium is used for a variety of cultural events such as readings, lectures, debates or concerts. The museum is also worth seeing for its architecture. The nearest bus stops are Stormgade (lines 12 and 33) and Tietgensgade (1A, 2A, 11A). It is also about 5 minutes walk from the main train station.
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Tycho Brahe Planetarium

Gammel Kongevej 10 1610 Copenhagen, Denmark
Named after the famous astronomer Tycho Brahe, this planetarium is now a popular attraction for the whole family. The center allows you to learn while entertaining at the same time. The planetarium permanent exhibition focuses on natural sciences, astronomy and space. During the day, you can experience the beauty of the universe in 3D on a giant IMAX screen that offers a truly unique experience. The films are usually told in Danish, but there are headphones for those who are interested in English stories. The cinema also has a digital system that shows visitors a starry night. You can reach us by train, the stations Vesterport, main station or by bus, Vesterbros (6A, 26) or Det Ny Teater (9A, 31).
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Black Diamond

Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1 1219 Copenhagen,
This majestic granite building is more of a cultural complex than a library. Many concerts and performances take place in the huge auditorium with 600 seats, the Queen's Hall. In addition, there are also many showrooms. Here are also the National Museum of Photography and the Museum of Danish Caricature.
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Sports

Frederiksberg Garden

Roskildevej 28, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark
Frederiksberg Gardens is one of the largest and most attractive green spaces in Copenhagen, Denmark. Together with the adjacent Søndermarken, it forms a green space of 64 hectares on the western edge of Inner Copenhagen. It is a romantic landscaped garden in the English style.
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Islands Brygge Harbor Bath

Islands Brygge 14, 2300 Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen's biggest and most popular swimming area and artificial beach. It was opened in 2002 as the first harbour bath in town and other ones appeared soon after the success of this one. The water quality is being constantly monitored and the baths can be temporarily closed if there is some problem with the cleanliness of the water, so make sure to check the official website before you decide to visit.
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Amager Beach Park

190A Amager Strandvej, Copenhagen 2300, Denmark
Amager Strandpark is a seaside public park in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located on the island of Amager and includes an artificial island and offers a total of 4.6 km of beaches. From the beach, the Middelgrunden wind farm can be seen on the horizon.
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Parken Stadium

Øster Allé 50, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Parken Stadium, known for sponsorship reasons as Telia Parken, is a football stadium in the Indre Østerbro district of Copenhagen, Denmark, built from 1990–1992. The stadium, which features a retractable roof, currently has a capacity of 38,065 for football games, and is the home ground of FC Copenhagen and the Denmark national football team. The capacity for concerts exceeds the capacity for matches – the stadium can hold as many as 50,000 people with an end-stage setup and 55,000 with a center-stage setup. Telia Parken has been announced as one of 13 host venues of the UEFA Euro 2020. It will host three group stage matches, as well as a round of 16 match.
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Havnebadet Fisketorvet

Havneholmen 5, 1561 Copenhagen, Denmark
The artificial beach, conveniently situated in the centre of the city, is a very popular place for relaxation among Copenhageners during the summer. The quality of the water is monitored, so you don't need to worry about it and you can just enjoy swimming in one of the three swimming pools that this place offers.
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Dæmonen

This rollercoaster is one of the most famous attractions in Tivoli Gardens. Its name can be translated to English as "The Demon" – maybe because of the fact that it can reach the speed of 77 km/h (48 miles/h) and it also features a vertical loop and a zero-gravity roll. Since 2017, you can upgrade to even more demonic experience if you pay for the virtual reality option and undergo the ride with the VR headset on your head. While other people will be seeing only the surrounding Tivoli Gardens, you will be exploring the virtual reality full of dragons, demons and other mystical creatures from Chinese mythology during your ride.
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Nørrebrohallen

Nørrebrohallen is a Danish sports complex in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. It was formerly known as Nørrebro Remise because it worked as a roundhouse for the now defunkt Copenhagen Tram until 1972 when all tram activities stopped. The facility is owned and run by the Copenhagen Municipality. The oldest part of the facility was drawned by architect Thorvald Sørensen and was constructed by Siemens & Halske-Bahnabteilung in 1896. Nørrebrohallen was expanded several times since; amongst others by Vilhelm Friederichsen from 1900–1902. Furthermore, the professional Danish Basketball club Stevnsgade Basketball play their home matches in Hal 3 in Nørrebrohallen. Hal 3 has a capacity of approx. 600 people.
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Valby-Hallen

Valby-Hallen is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The venue is primarily used for sports and concerts. It has a capacity of up to 5,000 people.
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Kløvermarken

Kløvermarken is a large green space in the Amager East district of Copenhagen, Denmark. Originally a military area, it has later been home to both Copenhagen's first air field and a camp for German refugees after World War II. It now sports football pitches and other sports facilities as well as a nature centre for children. Kløvermarken is bounded by Uplandsgade, Raffinaderivej and Kløvermarksvej. The area between the park and Stadsgraven, the canal which separates Amager from Christianshavn, is dominated by allotments.
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Restaraunts

Visit Carlsberg

Gamle Carlsberg Vej 11, 1799 Copenhagen, Denmark
Visit the famous Danish brewery and find out how their beer was made each day by Carl Jacobsen, the founder, and how it is made today. After the tour of the brewery, take a look at the official Carlsberg Brand Store, where you will find many cool goods and of course the Carlsberg beer.
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Torvehallerne Street Market

Would you like to explore different flavors? Then this bustling market is the perfect place for you! You can taste many dishes, from delicious French sandwiches to Italian pizza. Here you will also find the traditional Danish delicacies - try the delicious chocolate from Bornholm Island or order one of the colorful porridge bowls in GRØD.
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Strædet

Strædet, 1201 Copenhagen, Denmark
Strædet is the colloquial name of a popular shopping and café street in the Old Town of Copenhagen, Denmark, linking Højbro Plads on Strøget at its eastern end with Regnbuepladsen next to City Hall to the west. The official street names are Læderstræde, Kompagnistræde and Farvergade. The shops along the street are generally smaller and more eclectic than the flagship stores on neighbouring Strøget. It is dominated by art galleries and antique shops. It is known for its rich gay culture with lgbt-citizens, shops, bars, restaurants and coffeehouses.
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Hard Rock Cafe Copenhagen

Rådhuspladsen 45-47, Copenhagen, 1550 Denmark
A popular rock bar located in the downtown near Tivoli Gardens. You can come here to see the memorabilia from famous singers like Amy Winehouse, Jimi Hendrix or Lady Gaga. Or you can simply enjoy a delicious meal and soak up the lively atmosphere of this place.
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Noma

96 Refshalevej, 1432, København K
The finest dining in Copenhagen; a recently relocated restaurant awarded with two Michelin stars. The menu changes three times a year and it always includes the freshest ingredients. If you are in for a unique dining experience, go ahead and book a table on their website – be sure to do so months in advance.
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Grøften

Vesterbrogade 3, 1620 Copenhagen, Denmark
A traditional meeting place for locals and a very popular restaurant serving Copenhageners since 1874.
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Trekroner Fort

Trekroner, Copenhagen 1432, Denmark
Trekroner Søfort is a sea fort at the entrance to the Copenhagen harbour. From 1713 until after World War I, Trekroner Fort was part of the fortifications of Copenhagen. The original location of Trekroner Fort was a few hundred meters north of the current one. In 1713, three old line ships were sunk to form the basis for a battery. One of the ships was called Trekroner, and she gave her name to the fort. Construction of the current fort began in 1787. The fort was an important part of the Danish line of defense during the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801. The fort also was engaged during the British attack on Copenhagen in 1807.
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Soemods Bolcher Candy Factory

Nørregade 24 or 36b, 1165 Copenhagen, Denamrk
This factory retained its old manufacturing methods, so the candy here is made the same way as it was a hundred years ago. Take a tour of the factory, taste the samples and see how candy is made the Danish way. Kids will especially appreciate this place, but if you have a sweet tooth you will fall in love with this nice shop as well.
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Aamanns Etablissement

Øster Farimagsgade 12, 2100 Copenhagen
Probably the best place to go in Copenhagen, if you want a quick yet delicious snack - especially the famous "Smørrebrød" sandwiches.
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Going Out

Charlottenborg Palace

Nyhavn 2, 1051 København K, Denmark
The Charlottenborg Palace was originally built as the mansion of the Norwegian general Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve and is now home to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and the Kunsthal Charlottenborg - Gallery of Contemporary Art. Located in the heart of Copenhagen, this building attracts a lot of attention. It was built in the Dutch Baroque style and sold in recent years by Ulrik to Queen Charlotte Amalie. The exhibitions show all kinds of modern art, from paintings to sculptures to audio and light shows. The gallery regularly hosts exhibitions and film screenings. The palace also has an open courtyard where anyone can come to look at his thoughts silently. You can reach us by metro, station Kongens Nytorv, the lines M1 and M2. It is about 5 minutes from there.
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Copenhagen Opera House

Ekvipagemestervej 10, 1438 Copenhagen, Denmark
The Copenhagen Opera House is the national opera house of Denmark and is one of the most modern opera houses in the world. It is also one of the most expensive opera houses ever to be built, with construction costs of well over $ 500 million. It is located on the island Holmen in the center of Copenhagen.
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Royal Danish Theater

Kongens Nytorv 9, 1050 Copenhagen, Denmark
The Royal Danish Theatre is both the national Danish performing arts institution and a name used to refer to its old purpose-built venue from 1874 located on Kongens Nytorv in Copenhagen. The theatre was founded in 1748, first serving as the theatre of the king, and then as the theatre of the country. The theatre presents opera, the Royal Danish Ballet, classical music concerts, and drama in several locations. The Royal Danish Theatre organization is under the control of the Danish Ministry of Culture, and its objectives are to ensure the staging of outstanding performances that do justice to the various stages which it controls.
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Superkilen

A supermodern public park whose mission is to celebrate diversity. And it has to be said that this mission has been accomplished – there are pieces of art from all around the world including a fountain from Morocco, swings from Iraq or neon signs from Russia. No wonder that it was shortlisted for many famous awards in urban design.
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Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center

Nikolaj Plads 10, 1067 Copenhagen, Denmark
The Nikolaj Contemporary Art Center is an arts centre in Copenhagen which occupies the former St. Nicholas Church, one of the city's most conspicuous landmarks. It is situated on Højbro Plads a few steps away from Amagertorv and Strøget. The church building is famous for its fanciful Neo-Baroque 90-meter long spire. The tower offers some of the best views of the city centre. The original church building was constructed in the early thirteenth century and was Copenhagen's third oldest church. In 1530, the ex-monk Hans Tavsen preached the first Lutheran sermon within Copenhagen in St Nicholas Church. The fire of 1795 burned down most of the building, and from 1805, it was no longer an official church.
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The Concert Hall

Tivolis Koncertsal is a 1,660-capacity concert hall located at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark. The building, which was designed by Frits Schlegel and Hans Hansen, was built between 1954 and 1956. The concert hall is both used for classical music, both by the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra and visiting musicians, for musicals and for other shows and events.
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1105

Kristen Bernikows Gade 4, 1105 Copenhagen, Denmark
An ambient cocktail bar, very popular among Copenhageners, who say that the best cocktails in the city are served right at this place. It might get crowded during the weekends so if you want to chat with the bartenders about their almost magical skills, try to stop by during the week.
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Apollo Brewery

Vesterbrogade 3, 1620 Copenhagen, Denmark
The Pioneers of micro-brewing in Denmark offer a variety of home-brewed beers and are conveniently located right next to the Tivoli park. Apart from different kind of beers, you can also taste the local speciality - beer snaps. These are often distilled with different kinds of fruit which means that you can try plenty of flavours and choose your favourite one.
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Royal Danish Playhouse

The Royal Danish Playhouse is a theatre building for the Royal Danish Theatre, situated on the harbour front in the Frederiksstaden neighbourhood of central Copenhagen, Denmark. It was created as a purpose-built venue for dramatic theatre, supplementing the theatre's old venue from 1874 on Kongens Nytorv and the 2004 Copenhagen Opera House, which are used for ballet and opera. The Royal Playhouse is designed by the Danish architectural practice Lundgaard & Tranberg and received a RIBA European Award in 2008 for its architecture as well as a Red dot design award for the design of the chairs.
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Hiking

Round Tower

Købmagergade 52A, 1150 Copenhagen, Denmark
This astronomical observatory is one of the most popular attractions in Copenhagen. It offers a beautiful view of the city and the opportunity to observe the sun in the same interior. Built in the 17th century, this tower served as a library where people like Ludvig Holberg, Ole Rømer, H.C. Ørsted and Hans Christian Andersen would study. Instead of stairs you have to climb a ramp. The ramp also has exits for the library and for the Ringer Loft. When you're up, you may have the chance to see the sun through the lens of a telescope. If you want one of the best views of Copenhagen, come here and take as many photos as you like. Visit it during the sunset for an even better experience. This location is about a 5-minute walk from the Nørreport metro station, M1 and M2 lines, and also from a train station of the same name.
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Church of Our Saviour, Copenhagen

Sankt Annæ Gade 29, 1416 Copenhagen, Denmark
The Church of Our Savior is a Baroque church in Copenhagen, Denmark, which is best known for its Helix Spire. The outer spiral staircase can be climbed upwards and offers a far-reaching view over the center of Copenhagen. It is also known for its carillon, which is the largest in Northern Europe and plays tunes every hour from 8am to midnight.
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Copenhagen Zoo

Roskildevej 32, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark
Copenhagen Zoo is a zoological garden in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 1859, it is one of the oldest zoos in Europe and is a member of EAZA. It comprises 11 hectares and is located in the municipality of Frederiksberg, sandwiched between the parks of Frederiksberg Gardens and Søndermarken. With 1,161,388 visitors in 2008 it is the most visited zoo and 4th most visited attraction in Denmark. The zoo is noted for its new Elephant House designed by the world-famous British architect Sir Norman Foster. The zoo maintains and promotes a number of European breeding programmes.
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Frederiksberg Palace

Frederiksberg Palace is a Baroque residence, located in Frederiksberg, Denmark, adjacent to the Copenhagen Zoo. It commands an impressive view over Frederiksberg Gardens, originally designed as a palace garden in the Baroque style. Constructed and extended from 1699 to 1735, the palace served as the royal family’s summer residence until the mid-19th century. Since 1869, it has housed the Royal Danish Military Academy.
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Playing

Tivoli Gardens

H. C. Andersens Boulevard 26, 1553 Copenhagen, Denmark
One of the oldest and most visited theme parks in the world, operated since 1843. It is worth seeing both during the day and after dark, when everything is lit up. The park has one of the oldest wooden roller coasters in the world, the slide banana built in 1914. Here is also the second highest carousel in the world, the Star Flyer. There are many exciting attractions in the park, so do not hesitate, bring the whole family with you and enjoy a nice day. The attractions are calculated individually.
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H. C. Andersen Fairytale House

57 Rådhuspladsen, 1550, København V
Take your kids here and they will love you! A museum dedicated to the world's most famous fairy tale writer, exhibiting scenes from his stories with sounds effects that will make you feel like you are in a different world. Moreover, you can also learn more about the life of this famous Danish author.
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Disney Store

Amagertorv 8, 1160 Copenhagen, Denmark
If you are visiting Copenhagen with your children, they will surely love you for bringing them here. This store has a wide selection of Disney merchanidise from cute kids' costumes to soft toys and home decor items. Be prepared to spend a lot of money here because it is hard to resist the temptation to buy everything!
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Star Flyer

Star Flyer is a carousel-meets-watchtower style amusement ride in Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark. At 80 metres, it is one of the world's tallest swing rides and affords sweeping views of the city's historical centre. It was manufactured by Funtime and opened in May 2006.
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Relaxing

St. Ann's Square

Although it is called a square, it is actually a street filled with greenery and plants. It's a great walk in the city because you can enjoy nature at least a little, even though you're in a busy area. The "square" was built over a canal. The town is within walking distance of the Kongens Nytorv metro station (lines M1 and M2), or you can also take bus 66, station Sankt Annæ Plads, Skuespilhuset.
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The Amalie Garden

Amalienborg 1250 København, Denmark
A charming little park on the site of a former shipyard. The design of the park is symmetrical with a large fountain in the middle. It is surrounded by walls that separate the park from the hustle and bustle of the city and create a peaceful harbor perfect for a nice walk.
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King's Garden

A vast garden which is often used as a venue for summer concerts and many other events. It was established in the 17th century to provide a place for the king to relax as well as to supply the court with fresh fruit and vegetables. It was opened to the public at the end of the 18th century and it has become the most visited park in Copenhagen.
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Ørstedsparken

Ørstedsparken is a public park in central Copenhagen, Denmark. One in a series of parks which were laid out on the grounds of the old fortification ring after it was decommissioned in the 1870s, the park still retains elements from the old fortifications in its topography—a section of the moat now serve as an elongated lake and former bastions appear in the landscape as small hills. The park is named for the brothers Ørsted, the politician and jurist Anders Sandøe Ørsted, and the physicist Hans Christian Ørsted, who both are commemorated with monuments in the park.
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Østre Anlæg

Østre Anlæg is a public park in Copenhagen. Once it was a part of the old city fortifications. The park was designed by landscape architect H.A. Flindt who also designed Ørstedsparken and Copenhagen Botanical Garden on the old fortification. The park lies between The National Art Museum at the southern end, and Oslo Plads and Østerport Station at the northern end. There are three lakes in this park, they used to be part of the moat system.
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Churchillparken

Churchillparken is a public park in Copenhagen, Denmark, occupying a tract of land between Kastellet, a 17th-century fortress, and the street Esplanaden. Located on the former esplanade which used to surround Kastellet, the area has a long history as a greenspace but received its current name in 1965 to commemorate Winston Churchill and the British assistance in the liberation of Denmark during World War II. St. Alban's Church, the Anglican church in Copenhagen, and the Museum of Danish Resistance are located within the boundaries of the park. Access to Kastellet through its main entrance, The King's Gate, is also reached through the park.
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Royal Library Garden

This place is not easy to find, as it is hidden behind the Royal Library, but if you manage to find it, you will be awarded by its unbelievable tranquility. Apart from colorful flowers and majestic trees, there is also a shallow pool in the middle of the garden accompanied with a copper column which works as a fountain.
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Fælledparken

The park Fælledparken in Copenhagen, Denmark, was created 1906–1914 by landscape architect Edvard Glæsel in cooperation with the Copenhagen Municipality on the commons previously named Nørrefælled and Østerfælled. Fælledparken is used for activities such as: Walking Sunbathing
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Skydebanehaven

Skydebanehaven is a small public park in the heart of the Vesterbro district of Copenhagen, Denmark. Its name refers to the former shooting range of the Royal Copenhagen Shooting Society which used to be located on the site. The most distinctive feature of the park is the Neo-Gothic Shooting Range Wall which was constructed in 1887 to shield traffic on Istedgade from stray bullets. The other end of the park is bounded by the rear of the former headquarters of the Shooting Society, a Neoclassical mansion which now houses the Museum of Copenhagen.
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Shopping

Strøget Shopping Street

Strøget, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
This street is the longest and oldest pedestrian street in the world, so the city of Copenhagen. This street is the place to go if you are looking for high-end shopping experiences. Take a walk and browse shops like Prada, Louis Vuitton or Boss. There are also many of the main chains like H & M. The street, which was only accessible to pedestrians in 1962, is also known for its busy street life. You can find many craftsmen and artists here, be it musicians, magicians or acrobats. If you can, you should schedule your visit to be here at lunchtime. At that time, the royal guard made a solemn march along the entire length of the road, from Rosenborg Castle to Amalienborg Palace, the residence of the royal family. You can even find out if the lady is at home right now. If so, the march will be accompanied by a band.
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City Hall Square

Rådhuspladsen, 1550 Copenhagen, Denmark
The vibrant heart of Copenhagen and a popular meeting place for locals and tourists, with shops, restaurants and statues. This very large place is over 120 years old and holds over 50,000 people. It is often used for events such as concerts, sporting events or as a place of choice for various celebrations. Directly above the square rises the building that has made it famous, the City Hall of Copenhagen. But that's not all that concerns sights around the square. The popular Strøget pedestrian street is connected to the square from one side and the Tivoli Park is within walking distance from the other. Nowadays, a new subway station is being built on the square so it can be louder and dustier than usual. It's also normal for people to drive on bicycles, so be prepared to avoid them if necessary.
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Lego Store

Vimmelskaftet 37, Copenhagen 1161, Denmark
This shop has a room where you can build different Lego products with your children. It also provides interesting facts about the company.
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Pisserenden

Pisserenden, 1454 Copenhagen, Denmark
A more underground and artsy alternative to the nearby Stroget shopping experience; a popular place among young people. There are many small shops selling original pieces of clothes. The walls of these shops are sometimes decorated with matching graffiti, sometimes with the t-shirts and skirts from the newest collection. Apart from trendy clothes you can also find many vintage shops selling pretty little vintage pieces here.
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Illum

Østergade 52, 1001 Copenhagen, Denmark
The trendiest shopping place in Copenhagen. Apart from fashionable clothes, you can also find organic beauty products or home décor items here. Moreover, the rooftop of the building offers amazing views of surrounding sights, including Strøget or Christiansborg Palace.
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Magasin du Nord

Kongens Nytorv 13, 1050 Copenhagen, Denmark
Magasin is a Danish chain of department stores. It has 6 department stores with its flagship store located on Kongens Nytorv in Copenhagen. The company is a subsidiary of the British department store retailer Debenhams.
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Fisketorvet

Kalvebod Brygge 59, 1561 København V, Denmark
This area used to be occupied by busy fishermen trying to sell their haul. Nowadays, the smell of the fish is gone and instead you can visit this modern shopping centre where you can find everything you need for reasonable prices. It is a popular alternative to the shops of Stroget streets.
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Sightseeing

New Port of Copenhagen

Nyhavn, 1057 Copenhagen, Denmark
A narrow harbor full of beautiful ships from ancient times, lined with rows of colorful buildings. The harbor was founded by King Christian V and is now considered the landmark of the city. The port in its heyday was a bustling commercial center and a place where sailors could enjoy the precious moments on solid ground. And there were many bars and pubs that were a perfect place to celebrate their safe return from the sea. People also like to gather here today, but the atmosphere is more peaceful than it was three hundred years ago. Come and see for yourself!
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The Little Mermaid

Langelinie 19, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Visit the true life of Copenhagen and pay homage to the great Danish storyteller Hans Christian Andersen. Although the mermaid turned 100 in 2013, she has never lost her beauty and will certainly be admired in the next hundred years. The mermaid is located next to the Langelinie Promenade which is a popular spot for both locals and tourists. Obviously, there may be a number of people waiting for a chance to take a selfie with the mermaid, so it's better to visit earlier in the morning to avoid the crowds.
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King's New Square

Kongens Nytorv, 1050 København K, Denmark
This square in the heart of the city is one of the most beautiful and vibrant places you can visit in Copenhagen. With its history beginning as early as the mid-17th century, the square has many architecturally beautiful and interesting houses along its main cobblestone area. It also shows the oldest equestrian statue, which is also the oldest sculpture of a king in Scandinavia. The statue, made in 1688, depicts the beloved King Christian V, dressed in the robe that the victorious generals of ancient Rome celebrated to ride a horse. During the winter season, a large skating rink will be created on the course. Ice skate rental is available and skating is free here. Every Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm a flea market takes place in summer.
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Gefion Fountain

Churchillparken, Langelinie 1263 Copenhagen K, Denmark
This fountain is one of the biggest monuments in the city. Throw a coin and make a wish - it is said that it will come true. Note the statue of a woman with four bulls in front of her at the top of the fountain. The statue represents the pagan goddess Gefion or Gejfun. According to a legend, she turned her own sons into bulls and used them to plow all the land she could, within 24 hours. The land she had plowed was granted to her by King Gylfe of Sweden and eventually became Zealand, the main island of Denmark. The creation of the fountain took an unusually long time - more than 10 years, until in 1908 the last work was shown to the people of Copenhagen for the first time.
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Frederik's Church

Frederiksgade 4, 1265 Copenhagen, Denmark
This church, also called Marble Church, is one of Copenhagen's most memorable sights. It is easily recognizable by its large green dome. Do not miss the opportunity to check the dome, as it is the largest of its kind in Scandinavia. Some say it was inspired by the famous St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. The church also has an interesting history. It was designed in 1740 by Nicolai Eigtved in Rococo style and began to build officially 9 years later. It should be ready in a few years. That was not the case. For financial and financial reasons, the church remained unfinished for almost 150 years and was finally opened to the public in 1894. If you manage to visit on a sunny day, do not miss the chance to enter the dome as well. It offers a nice view of the surrounding city. Remember to bring some cash as it is impossible to pay with a credit card.
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Freetown Christiania

Freetown Christiania, 1424 Copenhagen, Denmark
A nation within a nation. This large community was built in 1971 on the site of the abandoned barracks. It is an independent area inhabited by squatters, artists and free-thinking people who live by their own rules. One of the most popular attractions in Copenhagen. This neighborhood is a hip neighborhood full of life and fun. Walk and admire the street murals or just enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Whether you're looking for art galleries, cafes, workshops, or a chic place to eat, you'll find it here. The whole area is car-free. Cannabis is also sold freely here, especially on Pusher Street, so do not take pictures or run around in the area. It could look like a police raid.
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Copenhagen City Hall

Rådhuspladsen 1, 1550 Copenhagen, Denmark
City Hall is one of the tallest buildings in Copenhagen, with great views of the city. It is also home to the amazing world clock of Jens Olsen. The Town Hall is located in the heart of Copenhagen and is built in the style of national romanticism, with a little inspiration from the town hall of Siena, Italy. Designed by Martin Nyrop, the construction was completed in 1905. You can enter the building for free and admire the beautiful interior. There are guided tours in English and Danish (details can be found on the official website) - these are paid. There is also a nice garden in the town hall complex. Since there is no elevator, you have to walk up more than 300 steps to get to the top of the tower, but the aerial photos are definitely rewarding.
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Church of the Holy Ghost

Niels Hemmingsens Gade 5 1153 Copenhagen K, Denmark
One of the oldest churches in Copenhagen, founded at the beginning of the 15th century and located on the pedestrian street Strøget. The most noticeable feature of the church is the beautiful portal and the doors decorated with carvings depicting stories from the Bible. The three-aisled basilica often hosts concerts or other cultural events.
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Church of Our Lady

Nørregade 8, 1165 Copenhagen, Denmark
The Church of Our Lady is the cathedral of Copenhagen. It is situated on Frue Plads and next to the main building of the University of Copenhagen. The present day version of the church was designed by the architect Christian Frederik Hansen in the neoclassical style and was completed in 1829.
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Traveling

Copenhagen Central Station

Copenhagen Central Station is the main railway station in Copenhagen, Denmark and the largest railway station in Denmark, although Nørreport Station has a larger passenger throughput if urban S-train and Metro services are included. It is situated between the districts of Indre By and Vesterbro with entrances from Bernstorffsgade, Banegårdspladsen, Reventlowsgade and access to platforms from Tietgensgade. Copenhagen Central Station is the hub of the DSB railway network serving Denmark and international destinations. It offers InterCity and Express trains services across Denmark, as well as services to several international destinations, regular and frequent regional train services to and from Zealand and southern Sweden. The station also services the Copenhagen S-train network, but the S-train system in Copenhagen doesn't use any kind of hub at all.
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Nørreport Station

Nørreport Station is an S-train, metro and main line railway station in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located in the district of Indre By, and is named for the historic Nørreport city gate, near the original location of which it is located. It is the busiest railway station in Denmark, serving 165,000 people daily. The entire station is underground, with three pairs of platforms: one for S-trains, one for main line trains and one for the metro. The station is located on the Boulevard Line of the S-train and main line network. Located in fare zone 1, it serves lines M1 and M2 of the Metro, most S-train lines, regional trains to Zealand and southern Sweden, intercity trains to Esbjerg and international trains to Malmö and Gothenburg, Sweden, and trains to other places, but not express trains. The station has bicycle parking facilities, and bicycles are allowed on board the trains, but not during rush hours.
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Nørreport Station

Nørreport Station is an S-train, metro and main line railway station in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located in the district of Indre By, and is named for the historic Nørreport city gate, near the original location of which it is located. It is the busiest railway station in Denmark, serving 165,000 people daily. The entire station is underground, with three pairs of platforms: one for S-trains, one for main line trains and one for the metro. The station is located on the Boulevard Line of the S-train and main line network. Located in fare zone 1, it serves lines M1 and M2 of the Metro, most S-train lines, regional trains to Zealand and southern Sweden, intercity trains to Esbjerg and international trains to Malmö and Gothenburg, Sweden, and trains to other places, but not express trains. The station has bicycle parking facilities, and bicycles are allowed on board the trains, but not during rush hours.
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Kongens Nytorv Station

Kongens Nytorv is a rapid transit station on the Copenhagen Metro in Copenhagen. It is located under Kongens Nytorv plaza and is part of fare zone 1. It's currently under construction due to an expansion of the metro lines but the station is still open and operated during the expansion work.
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Østerport Station

Østerport Station is a main line and S-train railway station in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located between the districts of Indre By and Østerbro, and is named for the historic Østerport city gate, near the original location of which it is located. The station is served by EuroCity services to international destinations, some InterCity services across Denmark, regular and frequent regional train services to and from Zealand and southern Sweden, as well as commuter rail services on the S-train network. By 2019, the service will include the Copenhagen Metro as well. The station opened in 1897 as the terminus of the Coast Line from Copenhagen to Helsingør. The station is used by approximately 30,000 passengers each day.
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Copenhagen Metro

The Copenhagen Metro is a 24/7 rapid transit system in Copenhagen, Denmark, serving the municipalities of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, and Tårnby. The 20.4-kilometre system opened between 2002 and 2007, and has two lines, M1 and M2. The driverless light metro supplements the larger S-train rapid transit system, and is integrated with DSB local trains and Movia buses. Through the city center and west to Vanløse, M1 and M2 share a common line. To the southeast, the system serves Amager, with the 13.9-kilometre M1 running through the new neighborhood of Ørestad, and the 14.2-kilometre M2 serving the eastern neighborhoods and Copenhagen Airport. The metro has 22 stations, of which nine are underground. In 2016, the metro carried 61 million passengers.
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Forum Station

Forum Station is a rapid transit station on the Copenhagen Metro in Frederiksberg, Denmark. The station opened in 2003. It serves the M1 and M2 lines and connects with bus services. The station lies adjacent to Forum Copenhagen, a large special events venue, which has given the station its name. The station is in fare zone 1. The station has bicycle parking facilities.
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Copenhagen Metro

The Copenhagen Metro is a 24/7 rapid transit system in Copenhagen, Denmark, serving the municipalities of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, and Tårnby. The 20.4-kilometre system opened between 2002 and 2007, and has two lines, M1 and M2. The driverless light metro supplements the larger S-train rapid transit system, and is integrated with DSB local trains and Movia buses. Through the city center and west to Vanløse, M1 and M2 share a common line. To the southeast, the system serves Amager, with the 13.9-kilometre M1 running through the new neighborhood of Ørestad, and the 14.2-kilometre M2 serving the eastern neighborhoods and Copenhagen Airport. The metro has 22 stations, of which nine are underground. In 2016, the metro carried 61 million passengers.
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Nordhavn station

Nordhavn station is an S-train station served by the A, H, B, C, and E services in Copenhagen, Denmark. The station opened on 15 May 1934. In 2013, its underground is being rebuilt to accommodate the City Circle Line metro to Nordhavnen, while maintaining the train traffic.
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Hotels

Nimb Hotel

Nimb Hotel, or simply the Nimb, is a five-star boutique hotel in the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark. The hotel is located in a historic building from 1909, built in a Moorish-inspired Historicist style. In 2009, Condé Nast Traveller ranked it as #40 on their list of the best hotels in the world.
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Falkoner Center

Falkoner Centre is a hotel and conference complex located in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It mainly consists of Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Centre. It has two venues which play host to both conferences such as concerts and shows.
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Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Copenhagen

The Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Copenhagen is a historic hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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71 Nyhavn

71 Nyhavn is a hotel based in two converted warehouses on the corner of the Nyhavn Canal and the main harbourfront of Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Steel House

København V

Absalon

15 Helgolandsgade

Copenhagen Marriott Hotel

Hotel Copenhagen Island