Copenhagen is a charming city and of great attraction for the little ones. Follow in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen's stories, let yourself be surprised by the Danish design and discover the legacy of the philosopher Søren Kierkegaard. Have fun at the Tivoli, stroll through the port and ph
Copenhagen is a charming city and of great attraction for the little ones. Follow in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen's stories, let yourself be surprised by the Danish design and discover the legacy of the philosopher Søren Kierkegaard.
Have fun at the Tivoli, stroll through the port and photograph the charming little bronze mermaid, the image of the city. Copenhagen you will love
Monuments in Copenhagen
Tívoli is one of the oldest and most charming amusement parks in the world. In it seems that time has stopped in 1843, date of its inauguration.
Children will love it but, curiously, older people also enjoy this place where attractions are not the main attraction. Concerts, seductive cafeterias with terraces, street performances and a lot of atmosphere attract Danish and tourists to Tivoli.
Tívoli is located in the center of the city, in the Vesterbro district, on Vesterbrogade street, 3.
The park only opens from April 27 to September 11, closing its doors during the coldest months of the year.
There are several entrances, being the most basic one that gives access to the park, but not to its attractions, for about 12 euros for adults.
The Little Mermaid
The symbol of the city, the Little Mermaid, is a small bronze sculpture, 1.25 meters high, located on a rock in the port of Langelinie since 1923.
Known by the Danes as Lille Havfreu or 'little lady of the sea' pays homage to Hans Christian Andersen, the author of the short story 'The Little Mermaid' of 1813.
The obligatory visit to the Little Mermaid of Copenhagen, will please the little ones, and it is an exceptional occasion to tell them the story of Andersen and encourage them to read other similar works.
Built in 1606, the castle-palace of Rosenborg has been the royal residence for more than 80 years. At the moment it lodges real collections of art from century XV to the XIX, as well as the famous jewels of the Danish crown. Children will enjoy playing to find the hidden treasure!
The Renaissance style building is beautiful and is surrounded by a large park through which walk the more than 2 million tourists who come to this place every year.
The Castle is located in the royal gardens, 200 meters from the Nørreport station.
The opening hours are from 11:00 to 14:00 between the months of November and April; and from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the rest of the year, except for the months of July and August, when the Castle closes at 5:00 p.m.
The basic entrance for adults costs about 10.70 euros.
The Amalienborg Palace is the winter residence of the Danish Royal Family. It consists of four buildings is Rococo style and was built around 1750. Only two of the buildings are open to the public, being the most attractive Moltke, where you can contemplate the royal collection of the Glücksburg dynasty.
Every day, at 12:00 a change of guard is carried out, a very attractive attraction for the little ones.
The palace is located in Amalienborg Slotsplads.
The price is approximately 10 euros.
Strøget is the longest pedestrian street in Europe, as well as the main artery of the city. Being so long, it is logical that you have everything. And so it is, in this busy and confluent road, always full of people, you can find shops with very expensive brands, low cost stores, design galleries, restaurants ... and above all, a lot of atmosphere thanks to the performances of street artists of all types : musicians, mimes, comedians, trileros, etc.
The Round Tower
The Round Tower houses the oldest astronomical observatory in Europe, still in operation. It was used by the University of Copenhagen until 1861, but nowadays it is available to the public.
After touring the large ramp that spirals up the inside of the tower you can get an exceptional view of the city, as well as the sky, through the astronomical telescope.
The observatory opens only on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.