Description of the destination

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is a fascinating place combining history, culture and progressive design. Located on the east coast of the island of Zeeland, its charming atmosphere attracts visitors from all over the world.

The Old Town, known as Indre By, is the heart of Copenhagen and offers picturesque streets, historic buildings and a rich history. Visitors can stroll through narrow streets full of colorful houses that create a charming atmosphere. You will also find historical monuments here, such as Copenhagen Castle, which towers over the city and offers an amazing view of the surroundings.

Copenhagen is known for its modern approach to design and architecture. The Nyhavn district is iconic for its colorful houses and spacious harbor. Here you can sit in a cafe or restaurant with a view of the shipping channels and watch the vibrant life of the city. Another landmark is Amalienborg, the royal palace with four wings, where you can admire the changing guards of the king.

For lovers of art and culture, Copenhagen is a true paradise. The Danish National Museum offers rich collections of archaeological finds and art. Definitely do not miss a visit to the National Museum of Art, where works by famous Danish artists are exhibited.

Cycling enthusiasts will appreciate the cycling culture in Copenhagen. The city is bike-friendly, so you can rent a bike to explore the city’s sights and parks. Stop by one of the many parks, such as Tivoli Gardens, Europe’s oldest theme park, for attractions, gardens and theater performances.

Gastronomy in Copenhagen is also an unforgettable experience. Try traditional Danish dishes such as smørrebrød (open sandwiches) or fish and turkey. There are also modern restaurants with a creative approach to food preparation.

All in all, Copenhagen is a destination that combines a rich history with a modern approach to life. Whether you’re interested in history, design, art or food, Copenhagen has something for every visitor.