The museum plays very well on the interconnectedness of art, architecture and landscape.While here, visit nearby Nivaagaard painting collection, which houses older works of art.Do your shopping on the street of Stroget, where top-quality fashion shops are nestled within Denmark’s world-famous architecture.
Tivoli is open in summer, and intermittently around Halloween, November and Christmas.
Stroll to Langelinie Pier to see one of the most famous sites of Copenhagen – the Little Mermaid, a bronze and granite statue inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale.
Experience royal life on a guided tour, or witness the changing of the guard’s everyday at 12 noon.
Learn about Denmark’s history at one of Copenhagen’s many museums, such as the Nationalmuseet.
Many of these towns are only short distances from each and easily driveable.
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is in Humlebæk the North Zealand cost, looking over Sweden and houses amazing modern art by the likes of Francis Bacon, Dubuffet, Picasso, Henry Moore and Andy Warhol.
Noma was voted the world’s best restaurant in 2014 and sits among 14 other Michelin-Stared restaurants in town.
The warmest months are July and August, in the middle of the European Summer.
You will recognise this area from many photos of brightly coloured, terraced town houses and beautiful Scandinavian wooden boats.
The area is now the city’s entertainment district, stretching from Kings Square to the harbour just south of the Royal Playhouse.
If you’re not all that comfortable on two wheels, most of the attractions are close to each other, making it a perfect walking city.