Destination Update: Copenhagen, Denmark

Top 10 things you can do in Copenhagen:

A small country, however great diversity – long coastline, beautiful nature and landscape along with a perfect blend of history and modern design captured in one of the trendiest capitals in Europe, Denmark offers countless possibilities for meeting and incentive programmes.

As your travel partners, DMCFinder and Denmark Ovation feature top 10 things you can do in Copenhagen, Denmark from the experiences of travel bloggers and experts:

1.Climb Up The Round Tower

As with many European cities, there is always a tower to climb up for an expansive view of the city from above. For Copenhagen, it’s the Round Tower, a 17th-century observatory, one of the oldest functioning observatory in Europe, located at the center of Copenhagen. 

2. Chill Out At The Nyhavn Waterfront Area

The Nyhavn waterfront is one of the most iconic places in the city, and possibly the image people have when they think of Copenhagen.

3. Admire The Architecture Around Amalienborg

Home to the Danish royal family, Amalienborg is a must visit if you are interested in the royal history of Denmark or enjoy the intricate detail of the Rococo style architecture. 

4. Look Up At The Mighty Frederik’s Church

a truly magnificent piece of architecture dubbed the “marble church”, which is considered to be the largest of its kind in Scandinavia.

5. Enjoy The Greenery Of The King’s Garden

With the spacious grass area, lush green trees and huge flower beds shielding you from the buzzing city center, the King’s Garden is a great spot to retreat from the crowds while you make your way towards the Rosenborg castle.

6. Visit The Rosenborg Castle And Go Down The Treasury

The Rosenborg castle is a must-visit especially if you are interested in the history of the Danish monarch. 

7. Have Danish Pastries At Bertels Salon Kompagnistæde

Other than its beautiful architecture and their mastery of the art of Hygge, the Danish are also known for their world-class pastries. 

8. Try All The Cafes!

The Hygge culture can be experienced easily through one of the many cozy cafes around the city center. 

9. Walk The Street Of Strøget

The Strøget is one of the most popular streets among tourists, considered to be one of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe, stretching over 1 km long. 

10. The Mandatory Little Mermaid

This is a dead giveaway since this bronze statue of the Little Mermaid, named after the famous fairy tale by the Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen, is one of the most popular tourist attraction of Copenhagen.

For the best Denmark experience, plan your trip with the expert in the field–Ovation DMC Denmark. 

Based in Copenhagen but covering the entire country, Ovation Denmark DMC is one of the leading DMCs in Scandinavia. With expert local knowledge, creativity and great connections on the ground, the team delivers high-touch incentives and corporate meeting programmes tailored to international customers.


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