First Timer's Guide To Copenhagen

First Timer's Guide To Copenhagen

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You're in Copenhagen for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    Hvis du er der kun for deres dino-udstilling bliver du skuffet for der er kun en dino. Men ellers et rigtig spændende sted. Skal helt klart tilbage med mine nevøer. -- Kira via Foursquare
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    Time for sunbathing? Head to this sheltered lagoon with sandy beaches to enjoy the festival atmosphere during the summer with cafés and bars. -- Sony Mobile WTA via Foursquare
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    A bit hidden from the other sights in the city, but worth visiting when strolling around the area -- Louise H via Foursquare
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    Interesting venue for music and drinks. -- Charles Gedeon via Foursquare
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    1) Free entry on sundays 2) Very varied aesthetic and time based selected 3) A great insight into what was 'danish' history during the late 1800's. -- Jacques Holst via Foursquare
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    Interiorismos muy cuidado y exposiciones de arte contemporáneo muy interesantes -- Jorge Barceló via Foursquare
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    Great museum with a very good Café and Restaurant with a beautiful view over the sea. -- Jerome Sutter via Foursquare
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    "The Little Mermaid" is definitely most well known symbol of CPH, but it's like...go there, get your picture, go back...it's not really so worth to see compared to other amazing things in CPH. -- Ernie Bernie via Foursquare
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    Don't forget to visit The Monument for Denmark's International (military) Effort. A really nice and peaceful spot honouring the Danes deployed to conflict- and catastrophe areas; current and deceased. -- Louise H via Foursquare
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    Great space for a company strategy day, work shops or other small events. It's a lovely spot and building and the catering's good, too. -- Hanne Klintoe via Foursquare
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    old-fashioned exhibition display, majority of signs not translated, thematic focus on rooms unclear!! -- Chris. B. via Foursquare
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    Europe's oldest functioning observatory. There has been looked at stars since 1642 from this place. It's a long walk up but if no clouds, a great place to look around. ("360 degree view"). -- Ron Brevstgaard via Foursquare
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