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Copenhagen nabbed the #1 spot on Lonely Planet's Top 10 Cities to Visit list this year. This cool, laid-back city is great to explore at any time of year, and at any age. Cutting-edge design, green parks, and a harbor clean enough to swim in make Copenhagen an excellent place to live and to visit.
Top things to do in Copenhagen
The city's famous amusement park, Tivoli Gardens, is the oldest of its kind in the world. Tivoli is not just a place to visit during the summer: the park is also open for a few weeks around Halloween, from mid-November to late-December, for February's "Winter Season", and around Easter. Each season brings something different, giving you good reason to head to Tivoli more than once.
Copenhagen's water is clean enough to swim in, but if a dip in one of the harbor pools isn't your thing, you can enjoy one of the city's many canal cruises. Discover the city from the water: spot the magnificent Opera House and the statue of the Little Mermaid. However you wish to tour these narrow waterways, there is a cruise out their that fits the bill.
The Danish capital also houses several incredible museums. The National Museum of Denmark is like a time machine that allows you to explore the Viking Age, Egyptian mummies, and Danish history. If you are an art enthusiast, then jump on a train to Hornbæk and visit the incredible Louisiana of Modern Art Museum.
In 2019, Copenhagen topped Lonely Planet's Top 10 Cities to Visit list—and with good reason. The Danish Capital typifies Nordic Cool. The city boasts a booming food scene, innovative urban design, and bike-friendly streets. Visit one of Copenhagen's food markets, stroll around the world's oldest amusement park, or go on a shopping spree on Strøget. Copenhagen offers adventures for all ages.
The National Museum of Denmark is an opportunity to understand the cultural history of Denmark, as well as the country's relationship with the world. Take a tour, explore the interactive exhibits, and let the kids play their hearts out (there's an entire Children's Museum) Situated in the center of Copenhagen, the National Museum is easy to reach and offers fun learning for the whole family.