Have a Great Weekend in Copenhagen
Copenhagen is often evaluated to be too crowded for tourists, especially during holidays or special occasions. However, one thing critics can never take away from Denmark's capital is the elegance and uniqueness of its museums, which are the city's main tourist attraction. If you travel in Copenhagen you should not miss some of its famous museums: the Barbie Doll Museum, Museum Erotica, Bakkehus Museum, the National Museum, the Museum of Copenhagen, the Worker's Museum, and the Museum of Modern Glass Art, to name a few. These museums showcase their own treasures and collections which is a source of pride for Danish people.
You will remark that Copenhagen is still free of skyscrapers, and the old classic buildings with green roofs and many spires are covered by corrugated cobber and give Copenhagen a special charm. The public transportation system is very good with yellow busses, the subway, called the S-train, and a Metro-line, and Copenhagen is very suitable for pedestrians.
If you want to experience the
night life within the city with just the best tasting beers, the Nyhavn Canal
will probably be a fun and exciting encounter for its long line of bars. This
particular leisure district is called the "Longest Bar in
Scandinavia". Additional main points of interest that you must not
overlook are the Rosenborg Castle, Freetown Christiania, Christiansborg Palace
among many others.
The Little Mermaid statue in
Copenhagen harbor - This is small, but highly distinctive and famous statue
which sits on a rock in the harbor. It was created by the Edward Eriksen, and
is inspired by the fairy tale of The Little Mermaid, written by Danish author,
Hans Christian Andersen.