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Copenhagen, the Danish capital, is a surprising destination among its colorful houses and canals, the best way not to miss a detail of the city, and to know its places of interest, history and lifestyles is by booking our Free Walking Tour Copenhagen.
What to visit in the city of Copenhagen? By reserving one of our excursions or free tours with local guide tour in Spanish, you will discover the city center, you will walk along the pedestrianized Stroget street, the longest in Europe, from the Radhuspladsen Square, the Hans Christian Andersen sculpture to the Royal Theater of 1748, where you can enjoy a ballet play. You will learn the history of Rosenborg Castle built in the 17th century, the former residence of the Renaissance-style monarch Christian IV, and walk through its glass greenhouses in the Copenhagen Botanical Garden. Visit the most popular canal, known as Nyhavn, the new port dating back to the 17th century, surrounded by colorful houses and packed with typical Danish bars.
With our free tour routes, you will visit the Amalienborg Palace, the residence of the royal family in winter, in a rococo style that is located in the square of the statue of King Frederick V, at twelve in the morning you will see the popular change of guard. In front of the Palace is the Baroque-style Marble Church, and ordering its green dome will fascinate you! The Christianborg Palace is another essential stop, where the Danish Parliament, the well-known Folketing, is located and you can climb its Tower, the highest in the city. Another spectacular view of the city can be seen from the Round Tower, known as the Rundetårn Tower, which stands out for its spiral ramp, yes, there are no steps.
Yoorner, another essential place to visit is the Tivoli Gardens, the oldest amusement park in the world! In this amusement park you can enjoy roller coasters, fairground games or its beautiful carousels, among many other attractions, you will find many restaurants and stalls to taste Danish food. Copenhagen offers a variety of typical Danish dishes, such as smørrebrød, rye bread with butter and herring or cold meats, and for dessert try a Wienerbrød, puff pastry with almonds and cinnamon.
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