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Wonderful Copenhagen


Copenhagen is by far the largest city in Denmark and the capital city.Situated on the Eastern side of the island of Zealand it is separated from Malmo, Sweden, by the Straits of Oresund.The two countries are connected by a bridge for road, and rail.764,000 people lived in the city proper, but a further two million live in the Metropolitan area.Pretty narrow old streets, super modern architecture, glorious canals and magnificent old Palaces reflect Denmark's imperial glory. Denmark is famous for its many fairytale castles, especially in North Zealand.
We thoroughly recommend purchasing a Copenhagen Card, which is valid for twenty-four, forty-eight, seventy-two or one hundred and twenty hours on bus, metro, and train. It gives free entry to many museums and other places of interest. Getting around Copenhagen by any mode is very straightforward.
An excellent way to see the city is by 'Hop on hop off' city sightseeing tours.
Christiansborg Palace. The seat of the Danish Parliament and Royal receptions and banquets. A guided tour unravels an amazing building.
Nyvahn. Once a working port, Nyvahn is a now hyper-trendy with some fun bars and restaurants. A very scenic setting with brightly colored houses on cobbled streets.A perfect place to sip a cold beer and watch the world go by.
Rosenborg Castle.Set in the Kings Garden in Central Copenhagen, it houses a treasure trove of art, furniture, jewelry and other historical objects.
Round Tower. This 17th-century tower is the oldest functioning observatory in the world.
There are many ways to see the glories of Copenhagen here are a few suggestions:

Canal Cruise or City Cruise, Bike Tour (bikes are everywhere, and the city is very bike friendly), Walking Tour, Copenhagen Food Tour (taste the delights of Danish cuisine) or a Day Trip To Malmo; cross the bridge and see the super-cool Swedish city of Malmo.
Tivoli Gardens
Historic buildings, lush colorful gardens and top-notch architecture plus great rides (the old wooden rollercoaster dates from 1914). Tivoli Gardens has an impressive live music program, especially in the summer. Oh, and there are a mouth-watering range of places to eat.
Free Town Christiana. For over forty years this area has operated as an anarchistic free state tolerated by the Danish government, it is a wonderfully eclectic mishmash of art, culture, music venues, cheap eateries, and workshops, heavily influenced by hippy culture.
The Little Mermaid is just over 100 years old and has become the symbol of Copenhagen; you can find this statue on Langelinje Pier. Again we see the hand of the brewer JC Jacobsen who was inspired to commission the sculpture after seeing a ballet based on the Hans Christian Andersen tale.
The Sproget: for up-market shopping and people watching. One of Europes longest pedestrian shopping areas at 1.1km long.It features some very chic boutiques.
Danish National Gallery
Address Sølvgade 48-50 1307 København K,  Central Copenhagen.
No other gallery has such varied art collection from Rubens to Matisse to Munch. It houses the Royal Collection, and you can take guided tours or talks, and there are performances too.
Contemporary Copenhagen features an extensive array of modern Danish art.
Address Dantes Plads 7 1556 København V.
Founded by the head of the Carlsberg Brewery, here you have art in unique surroundings. It is split into two departments.The Department of Antiquities houses many Egyptian Greek and Roman exhibits.
The Modern Department houses many examples of 19th and 20th-century sculpture and art including by Rodin.There are beautiful examples of Impressionism, there are forty by Paul Gauguin alone and some breathtaking Degas Bronzes.The wonderful Winter Garden gives you a chance to sit and unwind.
National History Museum
Located just North of the city, is well worth a visit.Housed in the splendid Frederiksborg Castle.
In 1859 the Castle burnt down, but from its ashes, and with public and royal funding and the vision of the Carlsberg Brewer J.C. Jacobsen, by 1882 the Castle was re-opened to the general public as a Museum.
The exhibitions are arranged chronologically, with many paintings, pieces of furniture, and art.
Theater and Drama
Det Ny Teater was built in 1908, it has one of the world's first revolving stages and has a reputation for staging superb Musicals.Underneath the theater is the absorbing Restaurant Teaterkælderen, in the basement, you will be served organic food by singing waiters !. The food is fresh and locally sourced and Franco-Nordic in style. The walls are covered in posters of Theatre productions going back to 1908.
The Theatre Museum at the Court Theatre, reveals hundreds of years of Danish theatrical history. You can see the stage, the boxes and the dressing rooms, as well as exhibitions of theatrical sets, paintings, models and drawings from the 1700's onwards.In conjunction with this, we recommend the Tours of the Royal Danish Theater which is composed of the Opera, the Old Stage, and the Playhouse. You can book an individual or group tour, in Danish or English.
Royal Theater has had its home in Kongens Nytorv Square since 1748, and the Old Stage is the principal ballet venue.Address Kongens Nytorv 9 1017 København K
The Royal Danish Opera House.Designed by the Danish architect Henning Larsen.The Opera House is a triumph of modern architecture.Spread over fourteen storeys (five of which are subterranean) the main auditorium seats 1400. Tickets may be bought up to two hours before the performance.Address Ekvipagemestervej 101438 København K
Copenhagen is very blessed on the food front, with fifteen restaurants having a total of eighteen stars. Danish Restaurants range from high class to simple.
The smørrebrød, an open sandwich is a local delight. Usually rye bread, fillings can include egg, raw beef, herring and seafood.Wash it down with a chilled homemade schnapps or a cold Danish beer.
Fleisch is a combined pub,restaurant and butchers in the city's meatpacking district, and meat is very much on the agenda, there is a special seven-course meal of small dishes that the chef will cook, with your choices. Whiskey with duck fat is a house specialty. Elsewhere fish is plentiful on restaurant menus.
Copenhagen Airport is located on the island of Amager, 8km from the center. The airport can be accessed by train, metro or road.
Airlines flying to/from Copenhagen include Air Berlin, Air Canada, Air France, Austrian, British Airways, Emirates Norwegian, SAS, and Turkish.
Most popular destinations are London, Stockholm, and Oslo.New York was the busiest U.S. destination with 382,000 passengers. Flights from the U.S. to Copenhagen are particularly cheap, check out http://www.paylessflights.com