Like any capital of the kingdom, Copenhagen attracts tourists with its palaces and parks, but its main attraction, without which no excursion is complete, is related to with the rulers in crowns, but with the king of fairy tales - H. H. Andersen. Be sure to ask your guide to tell the story of the statue of Andersen's heroine - the Little Mermaid created in 1913, which became the main symbol of the city; then proceed to explore other interesting places. Going on a sightseeing excursion in English in Copenhagen with an experienced guide is worth for the sake of such historical and architectural monuments as:
- Amalienborg Palace, the official residence of the royal family;
- town hall and town hall square;
- Rosenborg Castle surrounded by the magnificent Royal Garden (excursions here are most interesting in the warm season;
- Christiansborg: this palace houses the Danish Parliament;
- State Museum of Art and the Nude Carlsberg Glyptotek (1001guide reminds that not only the works of Danish artists but also the masterpieces of Rubens, Rembrandt, Cézanne, Renoir, etc. may be seen)).