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What is Kongens Nytorv
at one end of Strøget. The square was designed by Christian V in 1670 and contains of an equestrian statue of him. Notable buildings around the square include the Royal Danish Theatre (''Det Kongelige Teater''), Charlottenborg, the French Embassy, and Hotel d'Angleterre. The picturesque and popular canal Nyhavn lies to the east. (...)
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Amalienborg Palace | Børsen | Christiansborg Palace | Copenhagen | Copenhagen City Hall | Copenhagen University Observatory | Copenhagen Zoo | Frederik's Church | Freetown Christiania | IT University of Copenhagen | Karriere Bar | Kastellet | Nyhavn | Nytorv | Oresund Bridge | Pizzeria Spigad'oro Italiano Due | Rosenborg Castle | Rundetårn | Rådhuspladsen | The BagelCo | The Copenhagen Opera House | The Little Mermaid | Tivoli Gardens | Vega Nightclub
About Kongens Nytorv elsewhere
"Fancy a quick fix of Copenhagen."
"It is Copenhagen's most popular shopping street."
"(Local Name: Kongens Nytorv) The busy Kongens Nytorv (King's New Market) is a large square laid out at the end of the 17th C. In the center stands an equestrian statue of King Christian V. This is an important traffic junction and Copenhagen's largest square with a dozen or so streets radiating from it."
"You won't find any Copenhageners here who aren't working in the shops or just passing through, and the place is very touristy -but also loaded with excellent up-scale Scandinavian fashion shops and design stores (e.g. Georg Jensen, Illum and Royal Copenhagen)."
"Although Copenhagen offers plenty of good dining options, from old-fashioned Danish pubs to trendy fusion cafes, nothing epitomises Danish food more than sm?rrebr?d (literally 'buttered bread'), an open-faced sandwich that ranges from very basic fare to elaborately sculpted creations."
"It was founded 5 October 1871 as Den Danske Landmandsbank, Hypothek- og Vexelbank i Kjøbenhavn ( The Danish Farmers' Bank, Mortgage and Exchange Bank of Copenhagen )."
"Special theme tours are also available, such as a trip through historic Copenhagen, a tour to and around the Carlsberg brewery, a junket showing modern architecture, a route following the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen, and an exciting Copenhagen-by-night trip."
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paavo from Indonesia wrote about Karriere Bar 5 years ago
Artists Jeppe Hein and his sister Lærke Hein have created an ultra-cool bar/restaurant which turns into a club on weekends nights. I totally 100% recommend for cool-hunters, artsy types and lovers of French cuisine.
Check the website and make sure to reserve a table, since the place is very popular: http://karrierebar.com/
paavo from Indonesia wrote about Vega Nightclub 5 years ago
Fun & relatively large club in two floors. They have good bands playing in the lower floor and a relaxed, yet quite drunken bar-thing on the top. When I visited the place for the first time they had a couple girls who would cut your hair(!) for free(!) on the dance floor. Weird experience having a beer (with hair) & your hair cut while being surrounded by a big dancing crowd.
It usually costs to get in and the lines can get pretty long.
sebu from Finland wrote about The Little Mermaid 5 years ago
It's just a little bronze statue with far too many tourists standing in each other picture, but still I think this is a must-see. It's just so famous you get this "been there" feeling when sitting next to it. Actually, as soon as you get 25 meters away, you can sit by the sea very relaxed and watch the masses.
laurap from Finland wrote about Copenhagen 4 years, 9 months ago
Very small and uncomfortable rooms with no proper closets. Some ethnic decoration does not do much when you have to sleep like in a bunk bed. Flat screen tv's though... Where did this hotel get 4 stars???
I have marked it to a wrong place on the map, it should be near the Central Railway Station and Tivoli.
larsettrup replied 3 years, 10 months ago:
Yes - Most bicycle paths on Zealand (Denmark in general) are in good condition and you would not have any problems completing your tour. Alot of people ride their bikes during summertime, so you will find plenty of company along the way.
juha replied 2 years, 9 months ago:
If it would've been summer I'd say go to Tivoli. Don't know if that's a good place at this time of the year. Not my favorite city but I didn't see the castle or the mermaid. They might be worth the trouble. :)
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