You do not have to miss out just because you are travelling on a budget. Most museums are either free all week or at least one day a week.
You can also visit the Botanical Garden free of charge, and do not forget to walk down Langelinie where you will find The Little Mermaid.
Another free of charge must-see is Christiania – a freetown that was founded by hippies in 1971. Here you can enjoy the nature, the many artworks, and cheap cafes. The CityCirkel bus line 11 will take you to all the major sights at the cost of a regular bus ticket.
The Copenhagen Card = CPHCard
This card gives you free travel by Metro, bus and train in the greater Copenhagen area, and free entry to over 60 museums and attractions. You also get discounts on ferries to Sweden, and discounts on car hire. Copenhagen Cards can be purchased at travel agents, hotels, main railway stations and the Copenhagen Tourist Information across from Tivoli Gardens.
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Election of the Rose Garden's most beautiful rose in Valby Park.There will also be music at the flower festival and activities for the whole family. It is free to join in.
A nice breathing space in the vibrant city is Botanical Garden. 25 acres of landscape garden (laid out in 1874) with rare trees, shrubs and herbs. It is free to walk around the beautiful garden.
Denmark's biggest protected industrial plant, Brede Works, is offering the public a range of experiences showing the huge industrial development that has changed the everyday lives of the Danes.
Christiania, the freetown of Copenhagen, is without a doubt one of Denmark’s most popular tourist attractions.This controversial area is loved by many, but has often been a turning point for strong debate.
If your kids are slightly exhausted from all the sightseeing, treat them to a day at the Copenhagen Skatepark.
The Danish Centre for Architecture (DAC), aims at displaying trends in Danish and international architecture to ensure continuous public exposure.It features exhibitions with models, sketches and photographs. Study tours and debate meetings can also be arranged, alongside lectures on subjects connected to the exhibitions.
DieselHouse in Copenhagen is built around a mammoth-sized B&W diesel engine from 1932, which for more than 30 years was the largest diesel engine in the world.
Kroppedal Museum in Taastrup outside Copenhagen has a permanent exhibition on Danish astronomy and special exhibitions on archaeology, modern history and astronomy.
Another achitechural gem in Copenhagen by Arne Jacobsen.
Sandeman's New Europe is behind free guided tours in several European cities. Now the concept has come to Copenhagen, and every day during the summer season you can jump on a free tour of the city.
In Fælledparken Østerbro the Tower Playground has risen, as an interactive playground, built around five of Copenhagen's most notable towers: Our Savior's Church, City Hall, Round Tower, the Marble Church and the Exchange Tower.
Go back in time to when to mobile phone didn't exist.
Copenhagen's largest shopping area is centered around Strøget in the heart of the city.Strøget is one of Europe's longest pedestrian streets with a wealth of shops, from budget-friendly chains to some of the world's most expensive brands.
The Deer Park is popular for outings, picnics, and walks.Today the area is popular for outings, picnics, long walks, jogging, bicycling, horse back riding, or a trip in a horse carriage.
At Langelinje Pier you will find one of Copenhagen's most visited tourist attractions: The Little Mermaid.The statue from 1913 was originally a gift to the city donated by brewer Carl Jacobsen.
Visit Denmark’s largest art museum, featuring collections of Danish and international art, from the past 700 years, as well as, contemporary displays. The National Gallery has special exhibtions for kids and a nice café serving brunch and lunch.
Denmark's National Museum in Copenhagen has exhibitions from the Stone Age, the Viking Age, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Modern Danish History.The National Museum is located in The Prince’s Palace, which was built by Nicolai Eigtved between 1743 and 1744 for Danish Crown Prince Frederik V and Crown Princess Louise.
Enjoy the rest of the fortresses that once protected Copenhagen from danger.
The Playhouse in Copenhagen is the national centre of dramatic art containing three stages with a total seating capacity of 1000 people. The stunning foyer and accommodating café welcome you to enjoy the view across the inner city harbour, even without a ticket for a show.
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