The capital of Denmark is considered to be the most welcoming and liveable in northern Europe by many touristic guides. Smaller than other Europe capitals but full of attractions, it is a city that can be visited at any time of the year and surprises every time. It has seven main districts, each with its own specific identity and characteristic. If you want to feel all the city sensations don't lose the Botanical Garden, The Tivoli Garden, the Europe longest pedestrian way Strøget, the Kastellet Citadel, Fælledparken, the famous Little Mermaid statue, the Copenhagen Museum, the Carlsberg Brewery Visitor Center, the open-air Airplay gallery, the LiteraturHaus where you can attend readings and literary meetings, the Barbie Museum, the Copenhagen Zoo, which will also appeal to children, Frederiksberg Have one of the largest and oldest parks in the city, swimming pools transformed into saunas in the colder season, the museums, theatres and of course lot of shops, pubs and restaurants. But another view is when you visit the community of Christiania. Here is a bit of the hippie stronghold of all of Denmark, with alternative venues, car-free streets and kiosks. Don't forget you cannot take photos of it. The Rosenborg Castle and the Christianborg palace, are the residences of the of the power of Denmark but people life take place by night in all the wine pubs or jazz clubs or taking a cruise on its canals watching its sustainable soul for the environment.
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