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Touring Copenhagen, Denmark

Touring Copenhagen, Denmark


The statue of The Little Mermaid right by the Langelinie pier is the city’s most iconic and most visited sight. We found it anticlimactic, but you’ll want a photo anyway. Kids in your party? Make Tivoli Gardens your top stop. The world’s second-oldest amusement park houses a 100-year-old wooden coaster. Park entry is DKK 110 ($17)/under age 8, free, but all rides cost extra. Stunning, 17th-century Rosenborg Castle houses the Danish crown jewels and many other royal artifacts. DKK 105 ($16)/under age 18, free. Another must-see is Christiansborg Palace, where the Danish government meets. The Royal Reception Rooms and Royal Stables are very popular with visitors. A combo ticket is DKK 150 ($23)/DKK 55 ($11) ages 4-17, under age 4 is free. You can watch the noon-time changing of the Royal Guard at Amalienborg Palace whenever the royal family is in residence. The palace museum is DKK 95 ($14.50)/ages 17 and under free. Danish cultural history is highlighted at the National Museum, with exhibits that include the Viking Age. The National Gallery of Denmark displays a stunning array of Danish and international art. Admission to both museums is free. Kronborg Castle in Elsinore, north of Copenhagen is known from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and is among the finest Renaissance castles in Europe; DKK 90 ($14)/DKK 45 ($7) ages 4-17/ages 4 and under free. For a change of pace, stroll along beautiful Nyhavn to see where Hans Christian Andersen lived when he wrote, “The Princess and the Pea.”

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