Top 10 Must-Visit Spots In Demark

Denmark is a beautiful European country that is full of wonderful places. Are you willing to change your mood and travel to an attractive country? Start arranging a journey to Denmark, with your family. So, if you are attracted to the idea, pack up your luggage and visit these top 10 wonderful places in Denmark.

10 Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek:

It is an art museum, located in Copenhagen, having the personal collection of Carl Jacobsen, the son of the inventor of the Carlsberg Breweries. The main concern of the museum is historic sculptures belonging to the ancient cultures of the Mediterranean, such as Egypt, and Rome, adding to modern sculptures including a collection of Rodin works which are deemed to be the most significant outside France.

9 Rundetårn:

It is a tower, meaning the round tower located in Copenhagen. It is one of the numerous architectural works of Christian IV that was built in the 17th-century. The Round Tower offers an observation for unrestrained views of Copenhagen, plus being a public astronomical observatory and a historical testimonial.

8 The Old Town, Aahrus:

It is a museum of an open-air town that is located in the Aarhus Botanical Gardens. It includes 75 historical constructions from 20 townships all through the country. The town is the most important attraction but the majority of the buildings are accessible for visitors; rooms are moreover festooned in the original historical style and prearranged to be bigger exhibits.

7 Kronborg:

It is a castle, located in the town of Helsingør. The castle is one of the most significant Renaissance castles in Northern Europe that has been enrolled into UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list in 2000.

6 Frederiksborg Palace:

It is a palace, which is located in Hillerød, it was built as a royal house for King Christian IV and has become a museum of nationwide history. The palace replaced an earlier castle raised by Frederick II to be the leading Renaissance palace in Scandinavia. The very oldest parts of the palace are about 1560 years old.

5 National Museum of Denmark:

It is a museum built in Copenhagen, it is the main museum of cultural history in Denmark, including the histories of Danish cultures, covering about millenniums of the Danish history. The key building is located near Strøget at the heart of Copenhagen. This amazing edifice has exhibits from all over the world.

4 National Aquarium Denmark:

This blue planet purposes for publicizing marine information, contributing to science projects, and improving educational organizations. The construction of Denmark’s Aquarium in Charlottenlund started in 1937 and two years later it was opened to the public. In 1974, this aquarium got bigger to mark five large scenery aquaria and a biological museum.

3 Odense Zoo:

When it is opened, it included only a couple of apes, a deer, a mule, and a guinea pig. Yet, the zoo now has animals from all around world, about 2,000 various animals, of nearly 147 species. Odense Zoo was Funen’s most famous tourist monument in 2008 ranked the ninth in Denmark. About 439,533 tourists visited the zoo that year.

2 The Little Mermaid:

It is a bronze sculpture by Edvard Eriksen, of a mermaid, presented on a rock by the bank at the Langelinie walkway in Copenhagen, Denmark. The sculpture is 1.25 meters tall. The eye-catching statue has been cracked many times for many reasons, yet it has been repaired in each time.

1 Tivoli Gardens:

Tivoli Gardens is a famed amusement park in Copenhagen. It was opened on August 15th 1843 and is no.2 of the oldest enjoyment park in the world, after Dyrehavsbakken. In 2012, about 4.033 million visitors trod Tivoli to be the second most admired seasonal-theme park all over the world.

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