The kids vould love to go here. The old amusement park in central Copenhagen. You'll find thrilling roller coasters and other fun rides. It's a bit pricy, but worth a visit. An all inclusive ticket (entrance, unlimited rides and a meal) is 75 euro.
Runde Tårn, The Round Tower
This tower dates back to th 16th century and uset to be an observatory. Today tourists goes here because it has the most butiful view of the old medieval town. To get there you should take a walk down "strøget", the main shopping street. Entrance is 4 euro.
Vor Frelsers Kirke, Church of Our Saviour
Vor Frelsers Kirke offers another great view of Copenhagen. But to see it you must be brave. The staircase winds up the church tower - on the outside! If you take a Canal Tour you can hop off at Christianshavn and take a 5 minute walk to the church... if you dare. Entrance is 5 euro.
Bus and Canal Tour
If you are not up for walking then you should consider the canal tours or the hop-on/hop-off busses.
If the weather is great then go for the canal tour. It will take you around the harbour and you'll see many of the Copenhagen Landmarks. There are two canal tour companies. Nettobådene are cheaper but take the same rout. A tour is about 10 euro.
The bus is a great option if it's cold or raining. There are different routs starting at 30 euro.
Credits: All photos of copenhagen on this page is credit of Copenhagen Media Center.
Photos by Thomas Rousing, Martin Heiberg, Morten Jerichau