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This iconic postcard-ready sight is somewhat of an sudden splash of color, and a definite must-visit when in town. Stroll along the harbor and sit down for an evening drink in one of the many enticing establishments, most of which offer heating and blankets to make for a cozy time even at low temperatures.
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Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Gardens combines the best of both worlds - home to multiple roller coaster rides that will easily keep adventure-seekers occupied for at least a day, it is simultaneously a great location for a relaxing stroll amongst the beautiful gardens and public spaces. Christmas and Halloween are great times to visit - Tivoli goes all out on the decor, which will surely help you catch the holiday spirit.
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The Little Mermaid (Den Lille Havfrue)

The Little Mermaid has become Copenhagen's most recognizable symbol, and visiting to snap a quick shot is certainly worth the detour from the city's core. This commemoration of Andersen's genius is conveniently located right next to the historic fortress of Kastellet, so make sure to walk through the green star-shaped area on your way back.
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Royal & Historic Copenhagen

The royal and historic Copenhagen.

Visit Carlsberg – The Copenhagen Exbeerience

Visit Carlsberg is a must see, when you are visiting Copenhagen. At Visit Carlsberg you can explore highlights such as the iconic Elephant Gate, marvelous draft horses, the world’s largest collection of unopened bottles and so much more. You might also like a beer tasting or a guided tour of the Carlsberg grounds. And why not end a day of fun in Jacobsen Brewhouse & Bar with a tasty bite along with a refreshing crafts brew? Once you have bought the entrance ticket, you get two free beers or soft drinks. In the summer time, the Brewer’s Courtyard is buzzing of beer, food and good vibes.
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Copenhagen - Green & Bikes

Green areas and bikes in Copenhagen.


This city within a city is a self-proclaimed autonomous community, home to about 800 permanent residents who took over this abandoned military complex in 1971. The “freetown” they created was controversial at first, but with its heavy emphasis on tolerance, community and ecology it eventually gained recognition from the government and has since endured as a “social experiment.” The infamous “Pusher Street” can be a little intimidating, but beyond it lie the homes and gardens of the alternative and free-thinking residents.
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Statens Museum for Kunst (The National Gallery)

Statens Museum for Kunst, the Danish national gallery, is the only place in Denmark that features 700 years of Western art and cultural history under one roof. Consequently a visit to the museum means an artistic encounter between classical, modern and contemporary art, just as the museum building in itself represents a fusion of new and old. In addition to the permanent exhibition the museum is also highly capable of delivering temporary exhibitions of international quality and outlook.
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