Young and old alike will enjoy a trip to the gardens in Copenhagen. Set your sights on themed gardens from the dazzling The Rose Garden to The Botanical Garden which is historical glasshouse from the early 1870’s.
Enjoy the splendour of the many Renaissance castles you can visit. Feast your eyes on royal art treasures and historical spots in its original glory.
From Modern Art to historical exhibitions, there’s plenty to see in Copenhagen’s museums. It’s a learning experience and a culturally enriching one as well.
Take in the local sights with a stroll through the history laden city. Pretty much every place you pass will have a history to it. This is the perfect way to get intimate with Denmark’s beloved Copenhagen.
One of Copenhagen's most famous tourist attractions is the sculpture of The Little Mermaid. Already over 100 years old, the beautiful Ariel is a sight to see.
A beautiful Scandinavian country, Denmark is one of the largest cities in northern Europe. A visit to museums, streetscapes, and those cozy bed and breakfasts on cobbled streets will be a perfect experience in Europe's busiest hubs.
Comprised of 4 different structures, Amalienborg palace features distinct architectural styles (rococo) that captures the essence of royalty. At the center of the 4 structures is an immense equestrian statue of the late Frederick V. Make sure to ask for guided tours as certain parts of the palace are open to the public
With something for everyone. From classical architecture and fairytale-esque rides, to shows and musicals, as well as lush greenery and colorful flora Tivoli gardens is a must visit for anyone going to Copenhagen.
Built during the 17th century through Christian IV, Rosenburg castle is indeed a cultural for Denmark. Various attractions are available (please coordinate with tour groups to have the best possible experience) such as the Knight’s hall, a collection of venetian glass and flora Danica as well as Denmark’s crown jewels.
The museum holds various collections for display such as exhibitions from the stone age, a coin and medal collection, a Viking collection, and a toy collection among others. The museum also holds a very intensive Danish Antiquity collection.
Made by sculptor Edvard Erichsen, the Little Mermaid statue is based from the Hans Christian Andersen fairytale of the same name. The commission was made by a brewer who was captivated by a soloist performing in the stage play of the Little Mermaid