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The world’s second-oldest amusement park, this Copenhagen icon enchants kids and adults with rides, gardens, fountains and a dazzling light display.
Built in 1642 as an observatory, the 114-foot-high Round Tower offers a perfect view of the central city’s rooftops and spires. Visitors ascend by spiral ramp, not stairs.
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The era of Viking domination is just part of the exhibits at the excellent National Museum, which traces Danish history from the Stone Age onward.
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The Danish National Gallery and Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek offer world-class collections ranging from ancient sculpture to post-impressionist paintings.
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Set in an invitingly green park, Rosenborg Castle dazzles the eye with halls full of magnificent furnishings and the priceless Danish crown jewels.
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Rainbow-hued houses and picturesque boats give this neighborhood a postcard look. Sidewalk cafés, shops and street performers enliven the scene.
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