You’ve seen it on shows like The Bridge and you just can’t wait to get your knitted sweater on and head to Copenhagen
but there’s a lot more to discover about “the City of Spires”. The Danish capital is the cultural and economic epicenter of Denmark and 794,128 people call the city center home.
Copenhagen is known for being the city of fairy tales. Reputed to be happiest city in the world,
Copenhagen is known for its canals, excellent food, Tivoli Gardens and for once being home to the children’s writer, Hans C Andersen.
It is also famous for the Danish language, its community spirit and the beer breweries.
Danes say the only way to understand ‘hygge’ is to experience it, and Copenhagen is made for just that. Let’s take a closer look at the 15 things that Copenhagen is known for!
Copenhagen is famous for its exquisite gardens, and the best of all has got to be Tivoli.
Built in 1843, Tivoli Gardens of Copenhagen is the second oldest amusement park in the world. When Walt Disney visited Tivoli, his souvenir was the inspiration to build Disney World – thank you, Tivoli!
Eat, play, and join in the fun at Tivoli whatever time of year you visit. However, Christmas is when Tivoli undergoes its most impressive transformation, with over 1000 Christmas trees and a bustling market.
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