24 Hours in Copenhagen

The Little Mermaid

First visit: November 2019
Country Number 72

A few weeks ago, I visited Copenhagen for the first time and basically had 24 hours since my flight from Amman landed at 1:40pm and my flight to Helsinki the following day departed at 1:40pm. I really had limited time although I was still able to maximize my exploration of the city, made easier by the fact that the Christiansborg Palace I had planned to visit was closed (it is closed on Mondays from October to April). I guess I really have to come back and visit this beautiful city again during the summer time. In case you are planning to visit Copenhagen in the future, here are some of my travel tips.

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The Little Mermaid: No visit to Copenhagen would be complete without seeing this beautiful creation 😍

Christiansborg Palace

Thorvaldsen´s Museum

Nyhavn: With lots of restaurants, colorful townhouses and festive atmosphere, there is no doubt you´ll love this place.

The Christmas Market in Nyhavn 🎄🎅

Tivoli Garden

Copenhagen Town Hall

Opera House

Royal Danish Theater

St. Nikolaj Church

Strøget: A pedestrian street for dining, shopping and more 😍

Church of our Savior (Vor Frelsers Kirke)

The Tower of Our Savior´s Church: I was among those few tourists that day who wanted to climb the top for great views of the city but due to bad visibility, it was closed.


The Round Tower

Gammel Torv (Old Market)

National Museum

Old Stock Exchange Building

Canal Tours

Magasin Du Nord (Shopping Mall)

Our Lady´s Church

Copenhagen Court House