A. Strengths and Weaknesses of Copenhagen
Copenhagen with around 760,000 inhabitants is a very dynamic city, popular with visitors for its contrasting architectural styles and its unique, lively, yet surprisingly relaxing atmosphere. Copenhagen is recognised globally as an exemplar of best practice urban planning.
The most picturesque area of the city is the Nyhavn, a waterside area (built in the 17th century) with excellent restaurants and enjoyable bars.
Den Blå Planet, which opened in 2013, is one of the largest and most modern aquaria in Europe and is situated in Kastrup, a suburb of Copenhagen near the airport. When seen from above it resembles a whirlpool.
The capital of Denmark scores very high in location, safety, and cleanliness. It possesses also a large pedestrian zone
Prices in Copenhagen are extremely high and there are no sights rated higher than 6/10.
5.5/10 [0.760 Mio.]
B. Best Things to Do in Copenhagen (Detailed List with Photos and Information)
These sights and attractions contribute to a sights score of 6.65/10.
C. Other Notable Sights and Attractions in Copenhagen
-Oresund Bridge (Øresundsbroen) 5
-Grundtvig (modern church) 5
-Amalienborg Palace (with museum) 5
-Round Tower (Rundetaarn) 4
-Carlsberg Brewery Visitor Center 4
-Christiansborg Palace (Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office, and the Supreme Court) 4
E. Top 10 List of the Best Things to Do in Copenhagen (including close-by excursions)
Nyhavn (city district) 6
Rosenborg Castle (with crown jewels) 6
National Aquarium Denmark, Den Blå Planet (4 million liter tank) 6
ROSKILDE CATHEDRAL (34 km from Copenhagen) 6
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (museum) 6
National Gallery of Denmark (Statens Museum for Kunst) 5
Little Mermaid Statue 5
Tivoli (amusement park and pleasure gardens) 5
Stroget (pedestrian street) 5
Church of Our Saviour (with climbable tower) 5