en.infoglobe.cz » Places of interest
Places of interest
On this day, our journey across Nordic cities comes to its end. Last time we visited Copenhagen and we would continue in our today.
Beautiful moments pass by quickly. Now we are in the last place of our Scandinavian tour. The Danish capital is situated on the eastern coast of Sjælland island and partly it lays on Amager island. Copenhagen is a beautiful, modern city. People love it and return back gladly.
A while ago we mentioned Dyrehavsbakken, the oldest amusement park in the world. Its name is quite long and hard to pronounce. No wonder then that people call it simply Bakken. It is about 10 minutes by car (20 minutes by train) from Copenhagen.
We have introduced you several of the best European amusement parks. We mentioned Tivoli Gardens as well. It is one of the oldest amusement parks in the world.
Flowers, blossoming trees, benches, small lanterns, puffy bears, and birds singing. People walk slowly along gravel paths. You can see children, grandpas, grandmas – it doesn’t matter. All are enjoying this calm place. Were there not tombs with Danish names I wouldn’t even notice that I am at a large cemetery. It rather seems the tombs were placed there accidentally.
The capital of Denmark truly amazed me. Nordic history, interesting architecture everywhere, lots of greenery, bicyclists, cool people, great food and coffee. It is one of those cities which should serve as an example. Danes are the most happy nation in the world. In Copenhagen, I realized why it is so.
The following two days we are going to spend on a ship and have the last stope at Ejer Bavnehøj, Denmark, where is a tower open whole year.
This charming Danish town is offering to its visitors not only a pleasant atmosphere but also many places which are worth to visit.
Vyžaduje Adobe Flash Player
Information and warnings on travelling abroad is to be found HERE.