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Museo de arte
“In beautiful surroundings in Humlebæk, 40 kilometers north of Copenhagen, you can experience international artists, concerts and lectures at the beautiful Louisiana Museum.”
Recomendado por 647 habitantes locales
Theme Park
“Tivoli is a cornucopia of experiences, from wild rides to good dinners and great concerts, and a must for anyone visiting Copenhagen.”
Recomendado por 1239 habitantes locales
Parque
“Big public park, right next to Copenhagen Zoo. You can see the elephants from the park, for free. Ask me or anyone in the park for details.”
Recomendado por 923 habitantes locales
Zona de comidas
“Its right next to Nørreport metro station and in the middle of the city which means you can enjoy the time at Torvehallerne and decide to go to next destination easily. Torvehallerne offers everything from gourmet chocolate, small food stands and delights to fresh fish, exotic spices and freshly brewed coffee. Over 60 stands are ready with the delicacies of the world - some to take home, others to eat on site.”
Recomendado por 1002 habitantes locales
Beach
“Christiania is a hippie sanctuary in the middle of Copenhagen, and arguably one of Denmark's biggest tourist attractions.”
Recomendado por 1167 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“If you love photo and photography you will love this exhibition/ museum. This is definitive one of my favorite spot. They have also a really nice restaurant with an amazing view over Stockholm. ”
Recomendado por 404 habitantes locales
Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“A classic place to visit. The Little Mermaid is a piece of the Danish history from H.C. Andersen’s famous farytale. ”
Recomendado por 623 habitantes locales
Amusement Park
“A Gothenburg institution, the Liseberg Amusement Park is a true family favorite. Thrilling rides and rollercoasters, regular concerts, and a wonderful Christmas market make this a popular attraction with locals and tourists. Around 40 different attractions and rides, such as AtmosFear, the tallest free fall ride in Europe, and the award-winning wooden roller coaster Balder along with the internationally praised Helix and Valkyria steel roller coasters will keep you entertained for hours. On the Liseberg Wheel, you'll be treated to terrific views over the city and there's also good food, music, games, and hundreds of thousands of flowers in bloom during the summer months.”
Recomendado por 181 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“Great art. Interesting architecture, check out the view over Østre Anlæg. Make up your own mind about the café. Food & drinks in Copenhagen costs...”
Recomendado por 522 habitantes locales
Beach
“Amager Strandpark is a rather large beach - you can rent kayaks, surfboards, SUPs and more here.”
Recomendado por 636 habitantes locales
Zona de comidas
“Mathallen Oslo is inspired by the great European food courts. Here you can find specialty shops, cafés and great places to eat. Throughout the year, we are also a venue for different festivals and events celebrating food, drink and good experiences.”
Recomendado por 413 habitantes locales
Barrio
“If you are vegeterian, do not come there. It's a living nightmare for vegan. Butchers took over the whole dock..”
Recomendado por 1082 habitantes locales
History Museum
“This is probably number one recommendation of all museum in Stockholm. Its so cool that this ship is 400 years old. ”
Recomendado por 235 habitantes locales
Parque
“Picnic in The kings garden is one of my favorite things to do! aaaaand if you don't like cooking, there are wonderful cafes that does to-go in the area around the park”
Recomendado por 491 habitantes locales
Zoo
“Ethical considerations regarding the concept of Zoos aside, Copenhagen Zoo comes across as one of the more conscious institutions, particularly due to their focus on animal welfare and natural stimulation of the animals. This is evident when viewing the large spaces the animals have to roam in and natural behavior exhibited by them, which is why we think it’s worth a visit.”
Recomendado por 408 habitantes locales
Opera House
“What is it? One of Scandinavia’s most iconic modern buildings, the Opera House was designed to resemble a glacier rising out of the fjord and its prime role is to showcase opera and ballet performances. Why go? In many ways, this building marked the start of a new era for Oslo and the regeneration of its waterfront. Don’t miss a walk on top of its roof for a superb architectural experience with wonderful city views to boot.”
Recomendado por 295 habitantes locales