Districts of Copenhagen
The districts of Copenhagen are reflected on the map of the Danish capital - they are represented by both sleeping areas and areas of value for tourists.
Copenhagen neighborhood names and descriptions
- Indre By (central area): of interest is the Round Tower (the 36-meter tower has a rotating dome - a wonderful panorama opens from its platform; those who wish will be invited here to admire celestial objects through a large telescope), the Town Hall (its height is 105 m; inside in front of visitors Olsen's astronomical clock will appear; you can climb up by overcoming 300 steps of a spiral staircase), the royal residence of Amalienborg (the ensemble includes 4 free-standing buildings with Rococo-style facades, in the center of which there is a statue of Frederick V; daily at noon you can see the changing of the guard procedure), Copenhagen Botanical Garden (13,000 species of plants grow in the garden, divided into several zones).
- Norrebro: tourists are advised to visit Superkilen Park, which is conventionally divided into green, black and red zones (in each of the zones, guests will be able to see household items and furniture from different countries of the world, as well as find areas for recreation and active pastime).
- Nyhavn (New Harbor): it is in this area that those who want to see the house in which Andersen lived and wrote their tales should come; take scenic photos and panoramic views, as well as go on an excursion on one of the small boats (they sail from the harbor).
- Vesterbro District “sheltered” New theater (on its stage artists perform, delighting the audience with musicals and performances of the international level) and the Church of Elijah the Prophet (its distinctive features are two bell towers).
While vacationing in the capital of Denmark, one should not ignore the statue of the Little Mermaid (the sculptor used the ballerina Ellen Price as a model to create the head “Little mermaids”, and his wife - to create a naked body), a fountain “Gefion” (a fountain in the form of a 3-tier cascade, decorated with a sculpture of the goddess Gefion with 4 bulls, as well as stones of various sizes), Christiansborg Palace (guests will be offered to explore the palace chapel, luxurious interiors of the royal chambers, a library and a museum “Arsenal” with a collection of weapons), amusement park “Tivoli” (should “to experience” amusement rides “Star flyer”, “The roller coaster” and “Demon”, and also attend a comedy performance at the local pantomime theater), Beer Museum “Carlsberg” (the exposition consists of devices for making beer, household items for brewery workers, etc.; and in the bar you will be able to taste any of 26 types of beer) and other interesting objects.
Where to stay for tourists
Guests of Copenhagen can stay in the cozy Nyhavn district - from the windows of the hotels overlooking the harbor, they will be able to admire the picturesque views. To be in an area around which all city life revolves, and at the same time suitable for shopping, it is worth looking out for a hotel near Stroeget Street. In this area, a hotel should be highlighted “Palace Hotel Copenhagen”.