About Copenhagen in Denmark
Situated on the islands of Zealand and Amager in eastern Denmark, Copenhagen is the capital and largest city in the country.
Copenhagen is one of Europe's leading cultural, educational, commercial, industrial and shipping centres. The city of Copenhagen has four distinct seasons.
July is normally the warmest month. February is generally the coldest. Copenhagen has a population of about 5 million people.
Copenhagen has a friendly atmosphere, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.
Copenhagen is a fantastic city because of its many canals, narrow streets, and historic buildings as well as gardens. Copenhagen is home to the world-renowned Tivoli Gardens which is not just a
central city park. Nowadays, Tivoli is divided in two sections. The one houses the beautiful miniature gardens in which more than thousands of flowers bloom. The other is a theme park with game arcades and thrill rides. Located in the center of Copenhagen, the Prince's Palace houses the National Museum which records Danish history and has a collection of international antiquities.
Copenhagen has numerous art galleries and museumssuch as the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, the National Gallery and so on.
Historic Nyhavn Canal is built to connect the inner city to the sea. The pretty pastel-painted old townhouses that line the canal is known as the longest bar in Scandinavia. Rosenborg Castle
is an example of Dutch Renaissance. Nowadays, the Castle is an important cultural institution. Other attractions include Amalienborg Square, the City Hall, Amalienborg Palace, the Round Tower and
the modern Opera House, as well well Denmark's Aquarium.