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  • Things to see

    The basic route through Copenhagen, a friendly and eco-minded city, starts out at Copenhagen City Square, near the mythical Tivoli Gardens, the second-oldest amusement park and pleasure garden in Europe. From the City Square, head out along one of the longest pedestrian streets in the world and check out the numerous shops and stores. At the Nyhavn waterfront, canal and entertainment district, take in one of the most popular views of the city: the port, surrounded by lively bars and outdoor restaurants. End your stroll by visiting the Amalienborg Palace and Frederik's Church (the Marble Church, or Marmorkirken). 

  • The Little Mermaid

    In 2013 this bronze statute and landmark of the city turned 100, standing strong through a number of attacks and wars. The owner of the Carlsberg beer company, Carl Jacobsen, commissioned the statue from the sculptor Edward Eriksen as a tribute to the famous work by Hans Christian Andersen. The size of this "little" mermaid, however, is somewhat surprising: the statue stands 1.25 m tall. 

  • Malmö

    Thanks to the construction of the Oresund bridge (one of the most striking in the world), Malmö has become a great option for rounding out any visit to Copenhagen. The Stortorget train station, just a few meters from the city centre, is a great starting point for exploring nearby parks and shopping areas. Don't miss the Malmöhus (Malmö Castle) and the 2.5 km-long Ribergsborg beach, one of the longest in all of Scandinavia. 

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