Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark. It is the most populous city in Denmark with a population of 763908. The major Part of Copenhagen is located on the eastern coast of Zealand Island and the smaller part is located on Amager. In 10th century A.D Copenhagen has been a fishing village. During 15th century Copenhagen became the capital city of Denmark.During 18th and 19th century A.D, Copenhagen has witnessed many ups and down like the epidemic of plague and the attack of Nelson. During the attack of the Nelson, the city has been bombarded and almost destroyed. After such destruction, the city has been rebuilt and redesigned in a new neoclassic architecture.
The best time to visit Copenhagen is from March to May or between June and August – depending on what you're looking for. While the summer brings the warmest weather and a number of popular, large-scale events, those looking for lower rates and fewer crowds can still enjoy the mild weather in the spring. From May through September, the streets come alive as cafes spill to the sidewalks and festivals fill the air with music. Beginning in October, the city goes into hibernation for the winter; the only exception is December, when hotels fill for holiday celebrations.
When you are in Copenhagen and want to have some fresh and local food stuff, you just need to pay a visit at the Torvehallerne market. An open market for all, it is located in a complex with many outdoor stands offering the best and fresh food source. You can shop so many stuffs including tea, fruits, vegetables, wines or chocolates.
Copenhagen has a huge space for flora and fauna which is available around the city. To have a feel of the beautiful green spaces, you must visit the lovely King’s Gardens. There is the Rosenborg castle situated in the center of the garden, built during the 1600’s has been converted to a museum now.
A beautiful place to explore, Nautical Nyhavn consists of vibrant colorful historic buildings and tall ships. You can have some of the best views and photographs including the lighthouse ship Geyser Rev.The beautiful way you can enjoy a picnic at the harbor side, is to pick up some snacks and gulp a beer at the water’s edge.
Situated at the shores of the Copenhagen harbor, It is a unique place to make a visit.The Royal library boats shining marbles in its exteriors due to which the building is named as the Black Diamond of Copenhagen.
The most beautiful shopping place in the world can be crowned as the Copenhagen Stroget. It is an oldest and the biggest pedestrian market of the world. You can look and shop for Danish designs in the streets of Stroget.
You can even have a glimpse of some historic buildings.You can explore the Italian city hall, Radhuspladsen which is a center of attraction to many tourists. Radhuspladsen also hosts a series of historic monuments under its belt.