The tourist people have many choices and they can spend their lavishing time to visit the places in Copenhagen. National Museum of Denmark is about ten minutes walking from the Tivoli and it is well known for its history and culture. No, doubt it is a must attraction for everyone. Here, some of the unique runic stones are on the display and it includes a cult object, in the form of the cart which is popularly known to be the sun chariot. This one is more than two thousand years old and a list of the collections of antiquities and the coins can be viewed.
It gives an excellent impression among the Eskimos. The other regions covered are the Asia, Africa and the culture of the Indians. One can find the Prince’s Palace which was constructed in the year 1744, greatly influenced by the French style of the Period. Next one is the Thorvaldsen’s Museum is a worthy one in order to view all the spectacular work from the famous Danish sculptor. The city center is an amazing one of both the lively streets and the attractive squares.
|Tivoli Gardens||Park||1843||11AM - 12AM|
|The Little Mermaid||Edvard Eriksen||1913||8 AM - 5 PM|
|Amalienborg||Home in Copenhagen||1760||11AM - 12AM|
|Christiansborg Palace||Home in Copenhagen||1733||10AM–5PM|
|Frederik's Church||Church||1894||8 AM - 5 PM|