Visit Copenhagen – This Year’s Eurovision Song Contest Host City

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Visit Copenhagen - This Year's Eurovision Song Contest Host City

If you still haven’t had the chance to visit Copenhagen, next month is the perfect time for that.  Wondering why? Well, the answer is definitely for some European music and dance, because Copenhagen is this year’s Eurovision Song Contest Host City. Come and be part of this spectacular song contest where you will be able to hear 37 songs from different countries.

And while being here make sure you visit the following places. There are the most visited attractions in Copenhagen. Enjoy and vote for your favorite European song!

Rosenborg Castle

This is the home to some of Denmark’s greatest treasures, like the Danish crown jewels and regalia.

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The Open Air Museum

This is one of the oldest and biggest open air museums. There are more than 50 mills, farms and houses from the period 1650-1940.

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Tycho Brahe Planetarium

This is an educational place for the whole family, where you can experience the starry sky, watch IMAX or 3D movies, or explore the exhibition.

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Børsen

This is the city’s stock exchange building. It is a Renaissance building with unique construction.

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The National Gallery of Denmark

This is Denmark’s largest art museum. It contains collections of Danish as well as international art from the past seven centuries.

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The Little Mermaid

This statue is Copenhagen’s most famous symbol, and was based on Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tale of the same name.

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Experimentarium City

This is a science center where children as well as adults have the chance see, touch and experience science in various ways.

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NY Carlsberg Glyptotek

This art museum was founded in 1888. It contains two departments of ancient and modern art. The Department of Antiquities offers collections of Greek, Roman and Egyptian art. And you can find amazing paintings from the danish Golden Age in the modern department.

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The Round Tower

This is 17th century tower and also the oldest functioning observatory tower in Europe.

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Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli is the legendary garden and at the same time amusement park which attracts 4.4 million visitors a year. It is a perfect place to have some fun with your children.

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