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The national sport of Denmark is Football and Danish players can be found in the line-up of great European clubs, such as A.C. Milan, Chelsea, and Inter. Denmark is also home to one of the world’s largest youth tournaments, the Dana Cup. You will feel comfortable and welcome in Denmark as English is spoken and understood throughout the country. The Danes are also known to be extremely relaxed and casual. Come enjoy the exciting tournaments, enjoyable outdoor activities, and the stress-free atmosphere in Denmark!
Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark, is a modern and charming metropolis that never forgot its history. It’s a captivating, friendly city where your senses can roam and there’s always something wonderful around the corner. A round trip of the inner city is easily managed on foot and its old, cobbled streets provide an evocative backdrop to a thriving cultural scene, with its art galleries, museums, theatres, music and nightclubs. Europe’s longest pedestrian shopping area, Strøget, winds its way through the inner city, with its shops full of world-class Danish design, fashions and much more. Sightseers can wander through the royal castles, the parks, the squares and plazas, and the city’s entertainment district, Nyhavn. At the Tycho Brahe Planetarium, you can experience breathtaking natural phenomenon. A fairy-tale universe unfolds for you at Tivoli Gardens, where amusements, concert performance and a profusion of flowers await. In the inner harbour, water quality has improved so much in recent years that it is possible to go for a swim from early June to late August in one of the two harbour baths, Copencabana on Vesterbro or Havnebadet at Island Brygge on Amager.
Sights to see in Copenhagen: The Tivoli Gardens, the Little Mermaid, Strøget, Rosenborg Castle, National Museum of Denmark, Thorvaldsens Museum, Round Tower, Carlsburg Brewery, Amalienborg Palace, Kronborg Castle, Church of Our Lady, Christiania, Bakken, Frederiksborg Castle Botanical Gardens, Copenhagen Zoo, the Viking Museum and much more!
For more information on sightseeing in Copehagen and the rest of Denmark visit the Danish Tourism site.