Copenhagen, Denmark Cruise Port

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About Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark, and travelers find it incredibly charming. For historical interest, explore the streets of Christianborg and Amelienborg palaces. Leisure seekers can stroll the streets or lounge in the cafes of Stroget. Visit Tivoli Gardens, too, and don't forget to see the statue of the Little Mermaid, a tribute to Hans Christian Andersen.

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We went on the Copenhagen City Tour. We started by driving past the Copenhagen Mermaid Statue at the exit of the harbor. We continued past the Tivoli Gardens, past the Ny Carlsberg Glytotek Museum, which was the location of many city and art sculptures, Christiansborg Palace, Danish Parliament, Supreme Court and many Dutch Renaissance architecture buildings. We drove over a bridge that viewed the colorful homes of Nyhavn and New Harbor. It was an awesome excursion.

Visited: May 22, 2016

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We took the ship shuttle into town and then walked to Tivoli Gardens. It is a small amusement park from the 1800's that was Walt Disney's inspiration for Walt Disney World. It is quite small and got very busy as time went by. We spent about 2 hours there and then walked back to the city center. There aren't very many souvenir shops, but lots of designer stores. We went to Nyhavn, which is very picturesque, but very busy. It was a really, really lovely day.

Visited: May 01, 2018

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