Copenhagen – the City of Fantasy
Practically everywhere in the city visitors can meet the characters of the famous Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales. Today, Copenhagen can be described as the undisputed center of European art. The central part of the city is famous by the Town Hall Square and Absalon monument - the bishop who founded the city.
The first thing you want to see is a Little Mermaid located at the entrance to the popular Copenhagen harbor. It was designed by Edvard Eriksen, who took Danish dancer of the early 20th century as a model.
Also very interesting and exciting place is the palace complex called Amalienborg. This is the official residence of the monarchs of Denmark. The structure of this ensemble includes a monument to the Danish king, and four palaces. They are completely identical and are built opposite to each other. In addition, you can visit several interesting museums, which will open detailed information about the history of the city.
The most magnificent and fantastic place, according to many writers, artists, tourists and journalists is considered Nyhavn - this is the colorful attraction of unforgettable Copenhagen.
Copenhagen is famous for its mild maritime climate. Weather conditions favor the development of tourism, as the city always pleases with good temperature. In winter it hardly falls below two degrees and in sunny summer visitors enjoy 20 C above.