If You decide to visit Copenhagen you will for sure find a wide range of entertainment, culture and shopping. You can enjoy a continental atmosphere and visit the classic destinations such as Tivoli Gardens amusement park and the Copenhagen Zoo. The city is historic and at the same time very youthful and innovative. Many visitors come here to enjoy the great food. There are plenty of well-known gourmet restaurants, many nightlife spots with beer gardens and of course the traditional Danish open-faced sandwiches.
Denmark is home to the world's oldest monarchy and the royal capital is home to a number of beautiful castles. The Amalienborg Palace serves as the royal couple's home in winter, while during the warmer part of the year they spend their time in the Summer Palace Marselisborg or else in the Queen's summer residence Gråsten Palace. Copenhagen is also is home to the beautiful castles of Christiansborg and Rosenborg.
Copenhagen has an open coast both the south and east sides and therefore it is often windy. The city has typical coastal climate with cold winters and hot summers. The warmest time of the year is usually in July and August and then a hotel with air conditioning is preferable. During the winter it is colder, but not always below freezing. Snow can occur but seldom stays on the ground for all that long.
Do you enjoy fine art and tours?
Also in Copenhagen you will find a considerable collection of fine art galleries and museums, among them are the city's Museum of Art, Thorvaldsens Museum, and The Hirschsprungske Collection. Charlotte's art gallery is one of Europe's largest exhibition halls for contemporary art. A couple miles south of the city lies the Arken Museum of Modern Art, which often shows interesting exhibits. In Humlebaek, just north of the city, there is the world famous art museum Louisiana (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art).
Many people start their visit with a guided tour or city tour. There are both publicly organized and smaller, private tours with special themes available. Some examples are beer tasting, food and culture. There are also guided historical tours of the city. You can include visits to the curiosities about Hans Christian Andersen and the philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, which is representative of the time period is known as the Danish Golden Age.
A convenient way to experience the city is to use the hop-on hop-off buses. When you decide for yourself where and when you want to go on and off. Additionally, you can choose how long you want to stay in each place. For those who want more excitement it is possible to go on a private cruise or boat trip. Then you can experience the sights from the water and experience a great panoramic view of this beautiful city.