Really soon, from 13 to 15 of August Denmark’s capital Copenhagen will host the most exciting international innovative furniture and lifestyle trade show called Northmodern. Inspired by the Danish Modern movement and Copenhagen’s unique positioning a s top cultural destination, it will show the best of Scandinavian design heritage. And like always, Best design guides takes care of your free time and want you introduce not only the trade show but as well a beautiful city Copenhagen. Just look at the 6 things to do and see here!
One of the nicest districts in town. Here you can stroll along the colorful and characteristic buildings. And also there are canal tours for those who want to see it from the water side as well.
Take some time to adore the beautiful Danish monarch’s winter residence on the waterfront.
It’s known as Elsinore Castle from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. This castle is a couple hours outside of Copenhagen. If you have multiple days and looking at day trips out of Copenhagen, consider Malmo Sweden. Very nice and easy train trip with a long and fun bridge. And there is a lot of things to see as well.
The park is ancient and modern at the same time and it’s one of the world famous ones. It shows up in many movies and may be the most famous places to visit in Copenhagen. In winter it becomes a real wonderland with Christmas lights and mechanical elves, and during summer it has some amusement parks, activities and exhibitions.
Church of Our Lady
With its bright white atmosphere and a greater than life sized Christ, this church has a very special feel with amazing sculptures.
Little Mermaid Statue
The statue made according to Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tail that most guidebooks will tell you that you can’t miss. It’s become and iconic sight for the city. But as well as been loved it has some rough times as well as it often gets chopped up and stolen.
It’s a place owned by hippies’ community and it’s a place that it’s unique in the world. It’s very artistic by its appearance and as well by the overlook of the people.
Copenhagen is beautiful and here you don’t necessarily need the guides. It’s just good to know some sights to see for the begging but after them be sure you will feel the city by yourself and could walk and enjoy the it by your own gut instinct.