Copenhagen Tips & Go

Copenhagen, in Denmark, is situated on two islands (the eastern coast of the Sjaelland and d’Amager island) and is a fabulous city, incredibly elegant, exquisite and stylish. Copenhagen is the capital of the oldest monarchies in the world, the greenest capital and one of the most expensive. Every corner of the Danish capital is extremely clean, extremely well maintained, balanced and tempting.

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Visitors Center – Stay informed, free maps and brochures of the city.

Walking in Copenhagen is a real pleasure thanks to clean air, uncrowned streets during the day. Try to see the Royal Palace and Opera, which is a very new and modern building, inaugurated in 2005. Hans Christian Andersen is currently in Copenhagen with the Little Mermaid statue, located on the waterfront.

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If you’re in Copenhagen must visit one of the largest parks in Europe…Tivoli. Tivoli worth seeing because has many terraces and restaurants with live music, concert orchestras, children’s playground and beautiful gardens.

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I liked a lot the Stroget Street, not only for its hundreds of stores, but for its beautiful old buildings…the street is known being a great shopping area and also the longest pedestrian shopping street in Europe. It’s about 1.2 km 🙂  …street heading east and there are many of the most famous and most expensive shops, restaurants and hotels in Copenhagen.

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Wind is an important source of energy, so there are many windmills here… In Copenhagen transport does not help you too much because the distances are small and walking is comfortable. In fact, Strøget is the name given to the entire route pedestrian arteries and is made up of several streets with different names…. Walking on Strøget you will reach another market, Nytorv Square, where is the most imposing building: DomhusCopenhagen, a historic building in neoclassical style. The left side is called Gammeltorv, Old Market Square in the middle of it is, Caritasbrønden, Caritas Fountain, which is the oldest fountain in Copenhagen.

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The highlight of Copenhagen, the most wonderful walking streets – Nyhavn Harbor.

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