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Statue/Sculpture
茱丽叶lovely walk on a sunny day. the statue recalls the popular fairytale making you feel a child again. not too many people so it’s enjoyable. there was a seagull on the head of the mermaid, nice shot for a photo.
4.4/5
206 Reviews
Amusement Park
D33***27The second oldest city amusement park in the world, it is worth checking out to enjoy the gardens, music and take in the lively atmosphere. It opens till late and you need to get tickets (Note: be mindful that Tivoli closes at certain times of the year)
4.6/5
156 Reviews
Palace
E33***98Must visit when in Copenhagen.Copenhagen Pass Includes entry to Rosenborg Castle. You can view Crown Jewels in this Castle.
4.6/5
65 Reviews
D31***85relaxing, wonderful place with lots of people, foods and natural scenary. It worths sitting in one of the restrauants, drinking beers, having seafoods and waiting for sunset. It is always amazing.
4.5/5
230 Reviews
Palace
Historical Architecture
sculptorAmalienborg Palace is the residence of the Danish royal family. It consists of four identical classical palace facades, surrounded by rococo interiors in an octagonal courtyard; in the center of the square is a huge equestrian statue of King Frederick V, founder of Amalienborg. Amalienborg was originally built for four noble families. However, when the Christiansborg Palace was burned down on February 26, 1794, the royal family purchased these palaces and moved into this palace. Over the years, various monarchs and their families lived in four different palaces.
4.5/5
62 Reviews
Bridge
GLS***39Such a striking bridge and yet it's rather difficult to see up close. Visitors to Copenhagen or Malmö will find themselves quite far away from it. However, you can sometimes see it from above when flying in and you can also take boat trips on the strait. If you don't have a rental car, taking the train across is a fun way to get a sense of its scale (as well as a speedy route across the Sweden/Denmark border).

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