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There are many historical monuments and buildings that you can visit in Copenhagen, which has been home to many civilizations and cultures in its nine thousand years of history. With the historic inns still in use today, the world's second-longest city walls and many other historical monuments, the city will take you on a journey through history.

National Museum of Denmark

You can find all the information about the deep-rooted history of Denmark in this museum. Built as a prince palace, the building is now used as a museum. From stone age to the Vikings, from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance and Modern Denmark, all the historical and cultural heritage of Denmark is displayed here. You may need to spend all day to fully explore the museum. You can relax in the Julian Restaurant in the museum and enjoy the Danish specialties. The museum is open to visitors only on Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays and the entrance fee is 75 DKK per person over the age of 17. The entrance to Copenhagen Cardholders is free.


Kopenhag Nyhavn

Nyhavn is the center of social life in Copenhagen. There are cafes, shops, bars under the colorful buildings along the canal and you can take boat trips through the canal. Most of the buildings here are historical buildings and building number 9 is one of the rare buildings that has been able to maintain its original form since 1681. Nyhavn is very active in the summer and has a warm atmosphere despite the cold weather during Christmas time.

Christianborg Palace

Christianborg palace on the island of Slotsholmen in Copenhagen is one of the most magnificent palaces in the city. Some of the palaces are still in use by the royal family, and other parts can be visited by tourists. Inside the palace, you can see Denmark's 1000 years of royal history and visit the ruins underground. Open to visits on Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays, visits to different parts of the palace are subject to different charges. You can see the whole palace by paying a 150DKK fee.

Christiana Freetown

Freetown was founded in 1971 by hippies. The neighborhood that is known as a rescued area has its own rules, although it is in the middle of the city. As of 2012, the autonomy of Freetown was recognized by the Danish State. Anyone can enter the neighborhood, but we recommend those who want to visit Freetown to read the entrance rules carefully. If you are entering here, you should not break the rules. One of these rules is that it is forbidden to take a photo inside. There are colorful handmade houses, art galleries, and organic foods at Christiana Freetown.

Rundetaarn – The Round Tower

Rundetaarn is the oldest observation tower in Europe, built during the 4th Christian reign in the 17th century. With the construction of this tower, Denmark became the most progressive country in the world in astrological studies. Although not used by professionals today, it is a frequent destination for tourists and amateur astronomers. From the top of the tower, you can take pictures of the wonderful Copenhagen harbor. Rundetaarn is open to visitors on all days of the week except Friday and Saturday. The entrance to the tower is free for those with the Copenhagen Card. 

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