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Turist attractions in Copenhagen

With a history that dates back to 1043, Copenhageny is full of historic landmarks, significant buildings and interesting sights and museums.  We have selected some of the most significant turist attractions in Copenhagen below. Most of Copenhagen's most popular attractions and sights are within walking distance of each other. 

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The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid

At Langelinje Pier you will find one of Copenhagen's most famous tourist attractions: The sculpture of The Little Mermaid. 23 August 2013 she turned  100 years old. Unveiled on 23 August 1913, The Little Mermaid was a gift from Danish brewer Carl Jacobsen to the City of Copenhagen.

Read more about The Little Mermaid here.



Nyhavn is filled with people enjoying the relaxed atmosphere by the canal and the great variety of food. It is the perfect place to end a long day with a cold one on the quay! Originally, Nyhavn was a busy commercial port where ships from all over the world would dock and the area was packed with sailors, ladies of pleasure, pubs and alehouses. Today the beautiful old houses have been renovated and restaurants dominate the old port. 

Read more about Nyhavn here. 

Alternative ChristianiaChristiania

Freetown Christiania is Copenhagen’s alternative neighbourhood. Christiania is a mix of homemade houses, workshops, art galleries, music venues, cheap and organic eateries, and beautiful nature. It is still a society within a society. The area is open to the public – even with guided tours, run by the local Christianites.

Read more about Christiania here.

Amalienborg Palace

Amalienborg Palace

Amalienborg Palace is a must for anyone with a taste for royal history and the life of Denmark’s royal family who still resides inside the palace. Experience royal history at the museum and sense the present of one of the world's oldest monarchies from the beautiful palace square where you can watch the changing of the guards.

Read more about Amalienborg Palace here.


Copenhagen's largest shopping area is centered around Strøget in the heart of the city. Strøget is one of Europe's longest pedestrian streets with a wealth of shops, from budget-friendly chains to some of the world's most expensive brands. The stretch is 1.1 kilometers long and runs from City Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen) to Kongens Nytorv

Read more about Strøget here.

The National MuseumThe National Museum

Denmark's National Museum in Copenhagen has exhibitions from the Stone Age, the Viking Age, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Modern Danish History. The National Museum is located in The Prince’s Palace, built in 1743-44. It is no longer used by the royal family, but the Great Hall still appears elegant enough to fit princes and princesses.

Read more about The National Museum here


It is not a supermarket – it is a super market. At Torvehallerne in Copenhagen, you will find over 60 stands selling everything from fresh fish and meat to gourmet chocolate and exotic spices, as well as small places where you can have a quick bite to eat. Here, you can eat breakfast at Grød, drink a nice cup of coffee at Coffee Collective, eat tacos at Hija de Sanches and so much more.

Read more about Torvehallerne here.

Tivoli Food HallTivoli Food Hall

Get your coffee fix and quality baked goods from Brødflov, classic burgers with a modern twist from Cock's and Cows, crispy pizzas from Gorms or Bornholm-inspired grilled fast food by the Michelin-starred Kadeau at Bobbabella.

Tivoli Food Hall is a budget-friendly place where you can grab the food on the go or sit down and enjoy your dinner while looking at the garden in Tivoli. 

Read more about Tivoli Food Hall here.

CopenhillAmager Bakke / Copenhill

Spectacular and innovative in the true sense of the words. That's Copenhill – the artificial ski slope and recreational hiking area, built on top of the new waste management centre. Not only will the new architectural beacon be visible from most of Copenhagen, a giant chimney way up on top will be blowing giant smoke rings. This sounds like something out of a sci-fi fantasy but is reality.



Turist attractions in Malmö

Malmö is part of the expanding Öresund region and is easily reached from Copenhagen by the mighty, arching Öresund bridge. National Geographic Travel has named Malmö one of its Best Trips 2018!

Malmö is a small, friendly city with a good choice of cultural attractions, as well as of quality restaurants, bistros and cafés.

To see more tourist attractions in Malmö, please visit the official tourist website here.

Turning TorsoTurning Torso

There are several attractions in Malmö, but Turning Torso is probably the one that attracts the most curious looks. This spectacular building was designed by the architect of Santiago Calatravas and measures 190 meters, which turn up against the clouds. A photo in front of Turning Torso is compulsory for first time visitors in Malmö!

Malmö shoppingShopping Malmö

Malmö makes for eclectic shopping. It’s got a 16th century shopping market square, a beloved flea market, a catalogue of shopping centres and new up-and-coming shopping areas. 

Katrinetorp Landeri

Katrinetorp Landeri

Katrinetorp is one of Sweden's most well-preserved farms in Empire style, which is the second wave of new classicalism from the beginning of the 19th century. Katrinetorp is located in the Southern part of Malmö, with easy access from Copenhagen. 

The historic palace has been refurbished and led back to the period style with flowering park and beautiful gardens. You will find a lovely garden café and an exciting antique shop. Kantrinetorp is used for a number of activities throughout the year from the antique and the fund market for autumn markets to music festivals.

Malmö beaches

Malmö beaches

The 2.5 kilometre long Ribersborg beach is where the young, the old, the bold and the beautiful of Malmö and visitors from around the world enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or just generally lazing around in the summer months. It is a walk from the city centre.

Western Harbour Malmö

Western Harbour is on the shoreline of the Öresund Sound and sits on what used to be the Kockums shipyard. The city took on this formerly contaminated, run-down area and working with internationally renowned property developers and architects, has turned it into a paragon of sustainable living and working. And an exciting place to visit. 

Malmö museumMalmö art, sciences and history

If you want to visit the Malmö Art Museum, the City Museum, the Museum of Natural History and the Science and Maritime House Museum in one day, this is indeed possible: they all located in the imposing Malmöhus Castle building. Other museums in Malmö that are worth a visit include Moderna Museet Malmö, housed in a disused power station and exhibiting prominent contemporary international works of art. Malmö Konsthall meanwhile, is renowned for the function and aesthetics, as well as the use of space and light in its gallery.


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