Copenhagen is a city large enough for every kind of life philosophy, but small enough to bicycle from one end to the other in twenty minutes. The Copenhagen metropolitan area has just over 2 million inhabitants. The city is situated on the eastern coast of the island of Zealand; another small portion of the city is located on Amager, and is separated from Malmo, Sweden, by the strait of Oresund.
The cityscape is an elegant mix of advanced modern architecture, waterways, open spaces, cobblestone narrow streets, old timbered houses, ancient castles and palaces.
Copenhagen has attractions and sights to suit every taste and interest — and most of them are within walking distance. The three most famous attractions in the city are most likely the more than
Every day the Royal Danish Guard marches from Rosenborg Castle at approximately 11:30 through Copenhagen to Amalienborg Palace where the change of guards takes place every day at 12:00 noon.
But Copenhagen has a lot more to offer. With a history that dates back to 1043 the city is full of historic landmarks, significant buildings and interesting sights and museums. Be sure to visit Christiansborg Palace and enjoy a lunch or a cold beer in Nyhavn.
For those who visit Copenhagen in Spring or on a Summer day, it would be great to enjoy the sun in King’s Garden where all the locals are hanging out or take a nice walk in the garden and see Rosenborg Castle.