Memories of Copenhagen

Copenhagen, the capital and most populous city of Denmark, was originally a Viking fishing village established in the 10th century near present-day Gammel Strand, a central canal-facing street marked by a row of brightly-colored houses dating from the 18th- and 19th-centuries. During the Renaissance, the city also served as the de facto capital of the Kalmar Union, which also included Sweden and Norway but was governed with the Danish monarch serving as head-of-state.

If and when you visit this beautiful Nordic city, which is also one of the most “bicycle-friendly” in the world, you must be sure to visit these following attractions and allow yourself at least three days:

  • Visited: 2012

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