Things to do in the city of Copenhagen With United Airlines
Whether you've spent months planning a carefully crafted route or have just arrived on an emergency trip, you'll find plenty to convince you to stay in Copenhagen for a while. From exciting local canal tours, there's always entertainment to lush city parks to floating hot springs that float along the city's famous canals. We've done the hardest part for you and listed our favourite things to do in the capital. Whether you want to spend the whole day outside or feel comfortable inside, check out our photos of what to do next time in Copenhagen. Book your flight now from the United Airlines official site.
Designmuseum Denmark The Danmark Design Museum is a must for anyone interested in Danish design. The building itself, a work of art, is an outstanding example of Rococo architecture. This hotel is located in Denmark's first public hospital and was converted into a world-class museum in the 1920's. Inside, you will find decorative arts, glass, ceramics, fashion, textiles and posters and industrial designs from Denmark and worldwide from the Middle Ages to the present. Rosenborg Castle The castle offers an insight into Copenhagen's royal history as a time capsule filled with treasures and works of art. Spend Associate in Nursing hour or 2 here exploring the halls as Danish royals once did. Don't miss the knight's hall with its coronation throne. There you will also find the king's private typing office, living quarters, and a bathroom. There is also an impressive collection of Venetian glass.
CopenHot CopenHot is an outdoor spa. There is no massage here, but the shortcomings in pampering yourself are offset by coolness. Right on the water in the industrial area of Nordhavn, a group of wooden whirlpools and saunas await you with a view of the water. You can rent a bath for a group or come for one of their open days. The best way to get to this place is by United Airlines Reservations. National Museum of Denmark Denmark's largest museum is an impressive exhibition of Danish and foreign cultural history. The exhibition is located in the Prince's Palace from the 18th century and dates back to the Stone Age and Viking Age, and modern Danish history.
Book your flight now from United Airlines Booking. Hey Captain Canal boats may sound like the average tourist activity, but Hey Captain offers a fun and intimate view of the city and a window into everyday Danish life. This is especially so in the summer when locals laze on the docks and dive into the refreshing harbour waters. Each boat has a guide and a maximum of 12 guests, keeping the experience intimate and private. The guides have extensive knowledge of the city, its history and architecture