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Top sights in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and is considered to be one of, if not the most, happiest place on earth. It’s referred to as the “City of Spires” because several of its landmarks—like Christiansborg Palace—have spires that scrape the skyline. It’s architecture and lively streets are colorful and have a fairy tale-esque flair, so one of the best things to do in Copenhagen is to simply explore it on foot. Tourists will feel as if they’re wandering around a magical place.

Tivoli Gardens

One of the best examples of a fairy tale-esque place in Copenhagen is the famous Tivoli Gardens, the second-oldest amusement park in the world. It has a wide variety of rides that kids will enjoy as well as a food hall that offers a diverse selection of meals that will satisfy every diner. Visitors who stick around until night can watch a colorful light and fountain show. If you visit during the December holidays, there will be beautiful and elaborate Christmas decorations and a bustling Christmas market.
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Nyhavn

Nyhavn is one of the most popular places to visit in Copenhagen. It’s a scenic 17th-century waterfront that’s famous for being one of the best places where tourists and photographers can take spectacular photos. Not only that, it’s a great place to go for a relaxing walk or a boat ride along the canals. There are also bars and restaurants that you can visit with your companions, especially at night when the area is most lively.
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The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid bronze statue is a must-see in Copenhagen. This popular landmark was sculpted by Edvard Eriksen and based on the fairy tale of the same name written by the legendary Hans Christian Andersen. It can be found sitting on a rock in the waterside area of Langelinie Promenade. If you’re a fan of Andersen’s marvelous stories, then paying this iconic symbol should be on your itinerary.
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Amalienborg

Amalienborg is one of the top tourist attractions in Copenhagen. It’s the home of the Danish royal family and many of its sections are open to the public. Visitors fascinated by the lives of royalty and those who wish to know more about the history and lives of this palace’s owners will enjoy wandering around its museum. If you drop by the square at noon, you’ll be able to witness the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
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