Copenhagen’s best cultural places to see

Copenhagen is Denmark’s self-titled capital of culture and arts, with many historical and trendy places to visit. A trip to Copenhagen is a must.

If you need some arts and culture in your life or fancy a trip back in time, a trip to Copenhagen and its historical, vibrant culture is a must-visit for you and your family. With planned tours or guided walks, or bike rides and visits to amusement parks, there are many things to do and see. If you would like to plan a trip to Copenhagen and would like to know more about the tours and guided trips available, visit Danskeanmeldelser.dk, an online Danish review site that rates companies and their services.

If you like the historical venues and art galleries that are available to visit in Copenhagen, you might enjoy Booking.com. Of the many attractions that you could visit in Copenhagen, we have rounded up the 5 places that we think are a must-see. Read reviews, tips, compliments, and complaints about this company from real-world customers that have actually bought those products so that you can make better-informed decisions for yourself.

Tivoli Gardens is an amusement park set in beautiful gardens that were created in 1843. Giving visitors an all year round festive feel, a trip to this amusement park, currently, the second oldest amusement park in the world that is still operational, to take advantage of one of its 20 attractions should be at the top of your list when visiting Copenhagen. With a village of cute shops, a lake adorned by well-lit trees and the most amazing flower gardens, there is something for everyone at Tivoli Gardens.

Denmark is a country rich in history. From the Vikings in the Viking age to the royals of yesteryear, the National Museum of Denmark is filled with relics and antiquities that take you back to a different time in Denmark. With runic stones on display and artefacts such as Romanesque and Gothic church fittings, there are many things to see and learn about. There are also displays of Danish porcelain and silver, as well as antiquities and coins that will interest any history buff. Another historical site to visit at the National Museum is the Prince’s Palace, which was built in 1744, and still has the original Rococo architecture that was influenced by the French.

Nyhavn is a postcard-perfect picturesque neighborhood built on the banks of a canal. With brightly colored painted buildings lining the canal, it is a favorite for photographers to capture scenic shots of this majestic and charming part of Copenhagen. Why not enjoy Copenhagen from a different view as you take in the sights by boat with a guided boat trip around the harbor and along the canal.

Built to resemble a whirlpool, the National Aquarium of Denmark (known as Den Bla Planet)  is the largest aquarium in Northern Europe and is home to over 50 aquariums housing an assortment of fish and sea animals such as turtles, eagle rays, hammerhead sharks, and even alligators. You can enjoy watching the sea otters play or have an up-close and personal encounter at the tropical touch pool, followed by a bite to eat at the aquarium’s cafe to relax and refuel.

Once considered a derelict area, the Hipster Vestebro has been transformed into a neighborhood that has been listed on Lonely Planet’s “Top 10 coolest neighborhoods in the world” in 2017. Home to stylish boutiques, chic restaurants and trendy galleries, why not plan a trip to Vesterbro to shop for funky pieces and visit one of the most popular breweries in Copenhagen for a beer tasting.

To learn more about the places listed above, you can visit their websites to see their visiting hours and admission fees.