Copenhagen

Be it sea or canal, water surrounds Copenhagen. A network of bridges and drawbridges connects the two main islands—Zealand and Amager—on which Copenhagen is built. The seafaring atmosphere is indelible, especially around the districts of Nyhavn and Christianshavn.

Copenhagen is small, with most sights within 2½ square km (1 square mile) at its center. Sightseeing, especially downtown, is best done on foot. Or follow the example of the Danes and rent a bike.

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  • 1. Christiansborg Slot

    Government Building

    Surrounded by canals on three sides, the massive granite Christiansborg Castle is where the queen officially receives guests. From 1441 until...Read More

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  • 2. Folketinget

    Government Building

    Free tours of the Folketinget are given on Sundays, holidays, and on certain other days. A full list of the days the parliament building accepts...Read More

  • 3. Kongelige Repræsantationslokaler

    Government Building

    At the Kongelige Repræsentationslokaler, you're asked to don slippers to protect the floors in this impossibly grand space. ...Read More

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