Denmark's capital and largest city, Copenhagen is a treasure trove of food, unique architecture and culture, and scenic sights around every corner. One of the Scandinavian gems, it is connected to the Swedish city of Malmo through a long running tunnel across the Oresund strait. The Danish city is a hotspot for culture, food, nightlife and unique architecture all across Northern Europe.
A former Viking fishing village, Copenhagen's cityscape is akin to a Nordic fairy tale. The history and heritage of the city is complemented well with the contrasting modern buildings and innovative urban design and plan of the city. The quaint atmosphere is amplified with the presence of green spaces, antique architecture and the waterways and bridges across the city. You will see many bicycles around the city, which has consistently been voted as one of the most liveable, clean and greenest cities of the world. The heritage of Royal Copenhagen can be witnessed at the four major places spread across the city. The iconic waterfront of Nyhaven, displaying classic 17th century architecture, has become synonymous with Copenhagen's cityscape. The city is also famous for one of the world's best amusement park resorts, the Tivoli Gardens, which has been operational since the 19th century. To top it off, Copenhagen offers the best of Danish cuisine, and one of the world's best gastronomical adventures, with over 15 michelin starred restaurants concentrated in the city. Some of the must try delicacies of the city are Smorrebrod, Weinerbrod, Rababergrod as well as the famous cheeses and wines of the country. Don't forget to stop by Noma, one of the best and most culinary innovative restaurants in the world.
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