Docking Station Regnbuepladsen #bycyklen
5$ - Bicycle per 1 hour
We start our tour from the Copenhagen Central Station and go to The Little Mermaid by bicycle. You should leave your bicycle on the Bycyklen station near The Little Mermaid statue. Get an overview of the Bycyklen stations in Copenhagen here https://bycyklen.dk/gobike.htm
Den Lille Havfrue | The Little Mermaid (Den Lille Havfrue)
The Little Mermaid is a statue depicting a mermaid. Based on the fairy tale of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen, the small, unimposing statue is a Copenhagen icon and has been a major attraction since 1913.
13$ - Morgenkomplet + Caffe Latte
A good place to start the day with a complete breakfast. A plate with breakfast includes toasts, yoghurt and two boiled eggs. Excellent coffee.
Amalienborg Palace (Amalienborg Slot)
15$ - Adults
This large palace complex is the winter residence of Danish royal families. The palace was built in the 1700s and is an excellent of the architecture of the Danish rococo.
You can see the Danish Royal Guard performing the daily guard change, they march down the streets of Copenhagen to the Amalienborg courtyard at 11:30am. There are three different types of ceremony, depending on which royal families are at home.
12$ - Canal Tours Copenhagen
As the Nyhavn website states this is “gastronomy and good atmosphere in historical surroundings.” But in addition to that it is the place where you will take your most picturesque photos. When you visit Nyhavn you will see a canal running inland with walkways and historic brightly colored 17th-18th century houses on both sides. These houses have been home to famous figures like Hans Christian Andersen (who lived at #67), artist H G F Holms (who lived at #55) artists, ballet dancers and poets. Today the waterfront properties house specialty stores, bars, restaurants and cafes. In the harbour you can see picture-perfect wooden ships and yachts. One of the must-do activities in Nyhavn is to have a boat ride on the canal.
24$ - Open mackerel sandwich + Wine
Scandinavian Restaurant. Delicious food with Local ingredients. The patio at the restaurant is lovely all year round. It is covered in rainy weather and heated in winter. A hideaway from the crowd.
Christiansborg - De Kongelige Repr?sentationslokaler
23$ - Adult, child under 18 free (Royal Reception Rooms, The Royal Kitchen, the Ruins and the Royal Stables with the same ticket)
Christiansborg Palace is located on a small island in central Copenhagen, it is still used by the royal family for receptions and as their royal chapel and stables but it is now primarily the seat of the Danish Parliament, Supreme Court and the Prime Minister’s Office. Denmark is unique in holding the executive, legislative and judicial headquarters in one building.
18$ - Ticket
Although one of the top 5 attractions in Copenhagen, the Tivoli Gardens are not open year round. They are closed from 3rd January to 1st April and also from 20th September to 9 October and from 1st November to 14th November. There is an amusement park, 10 restaurants and gardens in pleasure gardens. During the years of existence, it has been visited by many famous people like Hans Christian Andersen and Walt Disney. The gardens hold something for everyone. There are historic buildings, exotic gardens and green lawns.
Frk. Barners Kalder
30$ - Danish Hamburg steak + Beer
An excellent classic Danish place. Herring, classic Danish dishes, Aquavit (local alcohol). The main dishes are very tasty and have good portions.