Copenhagen in a Day in Copenhagen
Copenhagen stands as a vibrant, lively city whose fascinating past joins with the latest trends of a modern city. Trends especially in terms of architecture, design and fashion: after all, it is one of the World's great design capitals and it has such a rich history reflected in its outstanding historical buildings, ancient streets, museums and galleries. It is also home of one of the oldest established monarchies in Europe.
You may start at Langelinie where is the statue of The Little Mermaid, one of Copenhagen's landmarks and one of most photographed ladies in the World! Then in the city center get a view of Royal Copenhagen by visiting Amalienborg Castle and its fine surroundings.
The castle itself has a long running history entwined of course with the Royal Family; it's the winter home of the royal couple up to these days. Another very famous castle to see is Kronborg Castle in Elsinore (it's only 10 minutes walking far from Elsinore Station): it is known worldwide for Shakesperean's Hamlet and it's one of the most famous northern Europe Renaissance castle.
Then you might spend the afternoon and evening in lovely Tivoli Gardens in Central Copenhagen; the heart of town offers visitors a most enchanting experience in one of the oldest amusement parks in the World. The fairy tale style garden is located inside a vibrant meeting place for tourists and Danes.
You can stroll in company and gather in this elegant venue that is delicately lit up at evening, giving that magical northern lights atmosphere the Danes and visitors cherish so much!