On the island of Zealand, in the Öresund region of Denmark, lies the country's cultural and economic centre, the city of Copenhagen
The charming metropolis is not only the capital of the country, but also the most diverse city in Scandinavia. European hipness, alternative culture and Nordic coolness come together and show the open-mindedness of the Danes, who are happy to help where they can
With a pleasant mixture of art museums, fancy shops, fairytale castles and parks, Denmark's capital offers all kinds of sights and is one of the most important cultural metropolises in Europe. This is another reason why a guided tour is highly recommended, because then you are guaranteed not to miss anything worth seeing in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen presents itself to its visitors from all over the world with an openness and an insular pride, far away from secluded worldliness.
Copenhagen sights: Don't miss the Tivoli (one of the oldest theme parks in the world), the Town Hall Square with the Town Hall, St. Patri's Church, the Round Tower, the Christiansborg, Rosenborg, Amelienborg, the Nyhaven, the Royal, New Market and of course the Little Mermaid.
Nightlife: Copenhagen is ideal for night owls. In various cafés, restaurants and night clubs, people party all night long.
Specialities: Smørrebrød (similar to bread and butter)
Souvenirs: glass, lamps and porcelain with the typical Danish timeless design, self-cast candles, amber jewellery, silverware.