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Tivoli Gardens
copenhagen travel guideNo trip to Copenhagen would be complete without a visit to Tivoli (it's open from mid April to mid September). Right in the middle of town, Tivoli offers both the fun of the fair, the peace and tranquillity of a park and the ambience of the many open air cafes, restaurants and bars.
copenhagen travel guideIt's a popular meeting place, and perfect for enjoying a drink in one of the many open air cafes, restaurants and bars. As soon as the sun is out in early spring, the Danes move the chairs and tables outside and from the first summer day the key is crowded with people.
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Copenhagen tours Your shopping tour starts here.... Strøget runs right through the heart of Copenhagen from Kgs. Nytorv to Rådhuspladsen and along its length, the dopplered sound of street performers fill the air. The stretch closest to Rådhuspladsen is mainly dedicated to young fashion and further along, several of the major fashion chains like H&M and Esprit as well as Company’s (Danish In Wear and Matinique) have their flagship stores. Although you may be familiar with what they have to offer, they're worth a visit purely for the decor and their wide selections.
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The Little Mermaid
In 1909 Brewer Carl Jacobsen attended the ballet "The Little Mermaid" based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale by the same name. Deeply impressed by this performance the brewer asked sculptor Edvard Eriksen (1876-1958) to create a sculpture. The model was Edvard Eriksen's wife. The bronze statue was unveiled at Langelinie on August 23. 1913 as a donation from Brewer Jacobsen to the City of Copenhagen.
The Royal Palaces
Did you know that Denmark is the oldest kingdom in the world?
Hamlet at Kronborg Castle may be the most wellknown Danish royalty, but long before he was ever heard of, King Gorm - and after him - Harold I Bluetooth reigned the country. It was in 1417 that the royal residence was moved to Copenhagen, and since then the city has been the royal capital of Denmark.
The Round Tower
The Round Tower, Rundetårn, is one of the most magnificent buildings in Copenhagen. Inside is a unique spiral walk. The 209 m long spiral ramp winds 7,5 turns round the hollow core of the tower. At the top where there is a platform 34,8 m above the street, the visitor has a magnificent view of the inner Copenhagen.

Every year Christiania attracts between a half and a million visitors, who enjoy the many exciting and varied restaurants, cafés, venues and shops in this free town, built on the dreams of a life of freedom and the notion of a town run by the residents themselves.

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