1. Christiansborg Palace: Christiansborg Palace is a palace situated on a very small island of the Slotsholmen. The fascinating thing about this palace is that it represents the Danish Seat of the government. It is an 800-year-old palace and is the home to the parliament and the office of the prime minister, and the supreme court. Moreover, the palace is also used as the Royal House, but the good news? Several parts of the palace are open for public viewing. The tourists can also watch the ruins of the bishop castle, the earlier fortification of Bishop Absalon, built in the year 1167.
Location: Prins Jørgens Gård 5, 1218 København, Denmark
Timings: June - August: Daily 10:00 - 17:00
September - May: Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 - 17:00 (closed Mondays)
Price: Adult: DKK 160
Student: DKK 140
Child under 18: Free of charge
Groups (more than 10 persons): DKK 14
2. National Museum of Denmark: A must-see attraction, the National Museum is ten minutes away from Tivoli. The museum houses attractions that depict danish history as well as culture. Tourists can also see runic stones, a sun chariot, etc., which is as old as 2000 years. The tourists can also see Romanesque and Gothic church fittings, silver and Danish Porcelain, etc. heading over to this place, tourists can get the glimpse of the iconic ethnographic collections that have been sourced from Greenland.
Location: Prince's Mansion, Ny Vestergade 10, 1471 København K, Denmark
Timings: July & August: 10:00 Am - 05:00 PM
September - June: Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM, Monday: closed
3. The Little Mermaid: Built in the year 1913, the little mermaid statue was made after the most famous fairy tale called little mermaid by H.C Anderson. The statue is so beautiful that you will wonder whether a mermaid exists. It is sculpted on a rank right on the banks of the Osun river. This is the best place to visit in Copenhagen, and the statue is one of the most photographed statues in the world.
Location: Langelinie, 2100 København Ø, Denmark, Copenhagen
4. Nyhavn: The meaning of Nyhavn is New harbor, and this is one of the oldest neighborhood ports of Copenhagen. This area will transport you to the humongous European vessels which have sailed in search of opportunities and lands. The harbor has a port which is dedicated to the sailors as well as the history of Denmark. After seeing it turning into a tourist attraction, the port has been upgraded with colorful buildings on both sides. Love strolling? The street right in front of the port is perfect for lazing around and strolling. It also works best for the ones who like to soak in the beauty and heritage of the place.
Location: Nyhavn 71, 1051 København K, Denmark, Copenhagen
5. Grundtvig Church: Grundtvig church is one of the most beautiful churches globally and is famous for its expressionist architecture. This is also the reason why it is considered to be an Offbeat church. This church is based in the Bispebjerg district and is one of Copenhagen's most beautiful yet wonderful things to experience. The church is named after N.F.S Grundtvig and was built from 1921 to 1926. Inaugurated in 1927, it is open throughout the year for visitors except when services are taking place.
Location: På Bjerget 14B, 2400 København NV, Denmark
Timings: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
6. Frederiksberg Palace: If you want to get a glimpse of the rich heritage and grandeur of old Copenhagen, then Frederiksberg palace is the place to be. This is an extravagant residence that served as a summer house for the erstwhile royal family. Then in the year of 1869; this palace was converted into the Royal Danish Military Academy. The construction of this palace started in the year of 1699 and ended in the year of 1735. It is also one of the most picturesque attractions in Copenhagen as it looks over the canals, lakes, extravagant gardens, and an island.
Location: Møntportvejen 10, 3400 Hillerød, Copenhagen, Denmark
Timings: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Price: 454.54 kr