Excursions in Copenhagen

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A guide for first-time visitors to Copenhagen

During your visit to Copenhagen, you may wish to explore the city's historic center, which contains the Frederiksstaden district, which is home to the Amalienborg Palace and Christiansborg Palace. The latter is near Rosenborg Castle, which is home to the crown jewels of Denmark.

Rosenborg Castle

Known for its stunning architecture and royal relics, Rosenborg Castle is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Copenhagen. This small, renaissance style castle was once a summer residence for the Danish royals. The beautiful gardens and treasury of crown jewels make it a must-see destination.

The crowns of the Danish monarchs are kept in a unique vault. They are decorated with gold ornamentation and table-cut stones. They are only worn by the Danish queen about a few times a year.

The castle also contains the crowns of Denmark's absolute monarchs. These are stored in a treasury, which is guarded by the life guards. These crowns were used by the Danish kings until the 18th century, when the country's absolute monarchy fell apart.

King's Garden, which lies beside the castle, is another must-see attraction. The garden has a lot of beautiful sculptures. It is also home to a statue of Hans Christian Andersen.

The interiors of the castle are a great example of the renaissance style. There are wax figures of former inhabitants, as well as royal art treasures. There are also some of the world's finest Venetian glass collections.

The Rosenborg Castle is part of the museum district Parkmuseerne. Ticket holders are able to enter the palace, but visitors without tickets are free to wander around the courtyard and garden.

The most impressive room of the castle is the Knights' Hall. It is decorated with three life-size silver lions, and has coronation thrones.

The treasury in the basement of the castle is home to the crown jewels of Denmark. It contains items such as wine barrels, amber, weaponry, and scientific instruments.

A changing of the guard ceremony takes place at 11:30 am, followed by a royal fanfare. There is a cafe on site, as well as a gift shop. It costs 110 Danish kroner to enter the castle, although it is free to children under 17.

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Tivoli Gardens

Located in Copenhagen, Denmark, Tivoli Gardens is one of the world's oldest operating amusement parks. This 20-acre park features rides and attractions for all ages.

Tivoli Gardens is famous for its carnival games, its rides, and its themed entertainment. It is also a great place to visit with the family.

The park offers rides for all ages, including the oldest wooden roller coaster in the world. You can also enjoy the Star Flyer, a tall 80-meter swing ride that gives a view of the park.

There are also several other attractions to enjoy. Tivoli's concert hall is large enough to host some of the world's best musicians. You can catch performances by the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra. The park also boasts an aquarium that has a 30-meter-long tropical coral reef tank.

Another interesting feature is the magic trunk, a magical trunk which takes visitors on a journey through the land of fairy tales. There are plenty of other sights to see at Tivoli, including the 'Demon' ride, which is one of the most scary rides in the park.

There are many different types of food options to choose from at Tivoli. You can choose from several sit-down restaurants, and there are a few fast-food establishments as well.

One of the most spooky rides at Tivoli is the 'Demon', which is 28 metres high and has three crazy loops. You can take photos of yourself on this ride.

In addition to these rides, there are several other themed attractions, including an aquarium. The park also hosts themed entertainment at Halloween and Christmas. It's also a great place to go on a romantic evening.

Tivoli is located in the heart of Copenhagen, close to the Central Rail Station. It is easy to reach on foot, and there is plenty to do in the surrounding area.

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Legoland Billund Resort

Located in the small town of Billund, Denmark, the Legoland Billund Resort is one of the most popular attractions in Denmark. It is a miniaturized version of Copenhagen and features nine LEGO lands to stoke your imagination.

The park is easy to get to by bicycle, bus or taxi. The park has many attractions including shows, rides and indoor activities. It's also a great place to take a family vacation. The resort has special events throughout the year such as fireworks and a Halloween celebration.

The Tree of Life is the crown jewel of the Legoland complex. It took 25,000 hours of work to build. You can tour it and take a few photos. It's also the most expensive piece of Lego to build.

It is also the tallest building in Denmark. You can climb to the top to see its impressive view of the sea. It also has a sauna and massage treatments.

The park has more than 50 rides and attractions. Some of the highlights include the Aquadome, which is the largest waterpark in Scandinavia. It includes a wave pool, sauna and spa.

The park also has a large aquarium, which is included in the ticket price. There are also shark tank sections and other sea creatures. The park also has a sky-high mini golf course. It may be best to stay in one of the many hotels in the area. You can also enjoy a boat ride through the miniature world of Miniland.

The park has more than 10 hectares of space to play. It's a fun day trip for the whole family.

The park is located near the second busiest airport in Denmark, Billund. You can fly there from Copenhagen and other European cities. It is also accessible by train from central Copenhagen. It takes about three and a half hours to reach the park.

Superkilen

Located in Copenhagen's Norrebro district, Superkilen is one of the city's most ethnically diverse neighborhoods. It is also one of the city's most popular attractions. It is a public recreational space that is designed to bring locals and immigrants together.

The park is split into three distinct areas: the Red Square, the Green Park, and the Black Market. Each of these areas features a unique design element. Each area contains objects from different countries to reflect the local community's cultural heritage.

The Green Park is a park for picnics. It is a great place for families with young children to enjoy the outdoors. It is also perfect for dog walking. It features a variety of interesting artwork, including a 14-meter high climbing wall.

The Green Park also includes a number of trees and shrubs that provide some shade in the summer. It is also a playground for children. It is one of the most recognizable sites in Copenhagen. It is a symbol of the city's diversity. The park is home to a series of artificial lakes and is open 24 hours a day.

The park is located next to an adjacent sports hall that hosts a variety of events and activities. It has a large, expansive square that serves as a backdrop for the surrealist collection of objects.

The park features art from around the world, including a Chinese salon, an Indian playground, and a street lamp from Iraq. It is also home to wine boutiques and restaurants. The park is free to visit. It is one of the city's top ten attractions. It was even nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture.

The project was also an exercise in extreme public participation. The designers invited residents of the neighborhood to contribute suggestions for objects to enhance the area's urban landscape. The park features more than a hundred objects from 60 nationalities.

National Museum of Denmark

Located in the Prince's Mansion in Copenhagen, the National Museum of Denmark is a great place to learn about the history of Denmark. The museum displays exhibits that range from prehistoric times to modern times. The museum also features various temporary exhibitions.

The museum's most popular permanent collection is the Ethnographic Exhibition. This collection features archaeological artifacts from around the world. Visitors will see items such as a pot and hunting tools from the Mesolithic period. They will also see almost-complete skeletons of an elk and a mother and child. Other displays are dedicated to Viking culture.

Another must-visit attraction is Den Bla Planet, also known as the National Aquarium Denmark. This museum features close to 50 different aquariums. This large, indoor attraction also has a gift shop and cafe. The inner paths flow through eight sections and feature aquatic life. It's also the largest aquarium in Northern Europe.

The museum has an excellent Children's Museum. The building's dummy kitchen and Middle Ages section are perfect for children. The museum also has a whimsical collection of toys and dolls.

The museum also has a collection of classical antiquities. Some of the highlights include an Egyptian mummy, as well as an elk skeleton that is nearly complete. The museum also has a section that focuses on Danish culture.

Other museums in Copenhagen are the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, which specializes in ancient civilizations. It is considered one of the most interesting museums in Denmark. This museum is also home to works from the ancient Greek, Roman, and Etruria civilizations. The museum is also a good source for Danish souvenirs.

There are many other attractions in Copenhagen. The town hall, Rosenborg Slot, Amalienborg, and the Copenhagen Museum are all worth a visit.

Copenhagen - Excursions and day trips

Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, you can find plenty of day trips to explore from Copenhagen. You can enjoy beautiful scenery, explore unique castles and take part in exciting activities. The city is surrounded by scenic locations, and you can get to many of them by public transport. Some of the most popular destinations include the Cliffs of Mon, the Monsoon palace, Frederiksborg Castle, and the Little Mermaid.

The best day trip from Copenhagen is a short train ride to the nearby town of Odense. Getting to Odense is easy thanks to the rapid train service. You can get there in under an hour by taking the train from the Central Station in Copenhagen. You can also opt for a bus ride. Flixbus has several buses that run between the two cities, and the ride should not take long.

The Cliffs of Mon are a stunning natural formation that rises out of the Baltic Sea south of Copenhagen. They are similar to the white chalk cliffs of Dover in England, and you can see a number of interesting sights there. You can take a walk along the edge of the cliffs or descend to the foot of the cliff.

While you're in the area, don't miss out on visiting Vor Frue Kirke, a medieval church and five towers that resemble a Greek cross. It's also worth a visit to Dodekalitten, which is home to a plethora of stone sculptures by the sea. You can also sample local produce at the fish market in Dragor. The town is also known for its charming thatched cottages. In the warmer months, you can take a ride on horseback.

The Den Bla Planet Aquarium is also worth a visit, if you're into marine life. It's the largest aquarium in Northern Europe and features 50 tanks that are split into different sections. You can also see the Ocean Tank, which holds four million litres of seawater.

For a day trip from Copenhagen, you can also visit the Vor Frue Kirke, a historic church and five towers. The Vor Frue Kirke has spires named after saints. It's the kind of place that you'll remember from your childhood. You can also try your hand at a fishing excursion in the town. You can also go to the Den Fynske Landby, a village of open-air buildings built in the 1850s. The town has a small library, and there is a museum to check out.

The Frilandsmuseet is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with the kids. It's a fun way to learn about the architectural evolution of Denmark, and it's also a good place to see some of the country's art. You can catch the museum's regular public tours or opt for a private tour. The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday during the end of March through December. It's also a great place to learn about Danish culture and society.

While you're in the area, you can also take in the impressive Kronborg Castle. This castle has a history that stretches back to the 11th century. You can combine your visit with a trip to the nearby Frederiksborg Castle, which has a world class collection of modern art.

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