Private guide in Copenhagen, guided tours in Copenhagen, Denmark
Top Attractions in CopenhagenAmalienborg Palace, Assistant Cemetery, Bakkehus Museum, Barbie Doll Museum, Botanic Garden, Carlsberg Brewery, Christiania, Cisternerne - Museum of Modern Glass Art, Copenhagen Zoo, Little Mermaid, Museum Erotica, Vor Frelsers Kirke
Currency: Danish krone (DKK)
Information about Copenhagen
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. It has an oceanic climate zone. June is the sunniest month and December through April may have snowfall. The diversity in weather makes Copenhagen a tourist destination that has a climate pleasing to most everyone. There are a variety of restaurants, cafes, street entertainment, and charming specialty shops.
Food in Copenhagen is spectacular, both local and international. For those travelers who enjoy the beach scene, there are a spectrum of clean beaches with sparking water. Three beaches are not too far from the city and easily accessible by bicycle. Copenhagen is very environmentally friendly and is proud to be entitled “European Green Capital 2014.” The economy is stable and there is an overall very good safety level of the city. King’s Garden, the garden of Rosenborg Castle, is the most ancient and prominent of the spectrum of parks. The park also encompasses a number of additional historical buildings, including Rosenborg Barracks, the home of the Royal Guards, as well as a good quantity of sculptures and monuments.
King’s Garden hosts temporary art exhibitions as well as other happenings such as concerts all through the summer. Botanical Garden is a beautiful spot that should not be overlooked. This garden is a portion of the Natural History Museum of Denmark at the University of Copenhagen. Botanical garden maintains the largest collection of living plants and in addition has three gene banks. Should you choose to select Copenhagen as your vacation spot you will not be disappointed.