Top 5 Must-see Places in Denmark Copenhagen - Travel Denmark

There are so many great things to see and do inside and outside of Copenhagen. In this article, I will tell you some of the main things I experienced during my visit.

There is also the option to travel to neighboring towns and cities outside the city for various other attractions. Consider using a Copenhagen card to save money on attractions when traveling (assuming you do a lot). I recommend that you decide before you travel and what your mindset is, and whether you will do enough to justify the Copenhagen card.

Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Park is an old and beautiful amusement park that was opened in 1843. The park is well-designed with a wide range of beautiful parks, restaurants, and walks across the park.

tivoli gardens

The park riders looked amazing and judging by the fun and sound they were looking at as if they were having fun. This garden is especially good at night when it is illuminated with amazing lights and colors. When you visit this attraction you can pay an entry price or a multi-race ticket, which gives you access to all races. Alternatively, you can pay for individual riders.


This ancient fisherman’s neighborhood dates back to the 17th century and has beautiful and colorful building lines and boats with a small canal.

denmark copenhagen nyhavn

There are a large number of large restaurants on one side of Nihan, making it a great place to have lunch, dinner, or some local beer. You will often find pictures of Nihan in what you see on postcards.

See Beautiful Christianshavn

It runs through beautiful canals on several of these cool neighboring islands. On some islands, you can find restaurants, harbors, and colorful architecture.

Canal Copenhagen Christianshavn

Christiansborg Palace

Christiansburg Palace is a palace and government building used by the King of Denmark and the Danish government and has various places to visit. During my stay, I went to the royal reception rooms. It allows you to explore 19 interesting areas of the palace. Some of the rooms I particularly like include the Throne Room, the Dining Room, the Queen's Library, the Velvet Room, and the incredible Great Hall.

castle government christianborg

I could see the straps hanging from the walls of the Great Hall denoting the history of Denmark, as well as impressive palaces and other magnificent architectural details. The Great Hall is sometimes used for events such as state tours, banquets, and receptions. The royal reception room seemed to me to be a wonderful attraction and I highly recommend it during your visit.

Thorvaldsen Museum

The museum is dedicated to the famous Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldson, who lived from 1770 to 1844.

Covering several floors, the museum houses Thorvaldson's famous sculptures and paintings, as well as his personal belongings and paintings.

Amalienborg Palace

The current residence of the Danish royal family is the Amalienborg Palace, which also has a small museum. In this museum, you will learn the history of the royal family timeline from the current Queen and Crown Prince.

amalienborg castle palace


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