The coast is also dotted with calm, beautiful beaches along the way to some amazing holiday destinations.Follow the Hesselø Bugt coast to Hornbæk, Gilleleje, Rågeleje, Tisvilde and Liseleje, which have made the transition from sleepy seaside fishing villages to exclusive holiday destinations.
Tivoli is open in summer, and intermittently around Halloween, November and Christmas.
Stroll to Langelinie Pier to see one of the most famous sites of Copenhagen – the Little Mermaid, a bronze and granite statue inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale.
If you’re not all that comfortable on two wheels, most of the attractions are close to each other, making it a perfect walking city.
Spend a day in Tivoli Gardens, an amusement park that boasts exotic architecture, historic buildings and beautiful gardens.
Experience royal life on a guided tour, or witness the changing of the guard’s everyday at 12 noon.
Learn about Denmark’s history at one of Copenhagen’s many museums, such as the Nationalmuseet.North Zealand is sometimes referred to as the Danish Riviera, and you can see why with a scenic drive along the Øresund Coast.You will pass through small fishing villages and old towns and, on a clear day, you can see right across to Sweden.Gilleleje still has a functioning fishing harbour and played a large part in helping escaping Jews in WWII.The home of polar explorer Knud Rasmussen is in Skansen and the thatched cottages of Kikhavn, one of the regions oldest fishing villages, are nationally protected.You will recognise this area from many photos of brightly coloured, terraced town houses and beautiful Scandinavian wooden boats.