Gingerbread houses of the Danish capital

What secrets does the picturesque homeland of Hans Christian Andersen hide?

 
Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, has a very special charm and style. The homeland of Hans Christian Anderson himself has not changed much since the days of the writer. There are still a lot of incredibly cute and cozy houses. Bicycles are very fond of here, and it is they who are preferred as means of transportation. About how much it costs, where to go and what you definitely need to do in Copenhagen.
 

What is the price?

 
The national currency of Denmark is the kroon. As of August 20, 2019, its rate in relation to the dollar is: 1 kroon = 0.15 dollars. Upon arrival in the city it is worth changing your money for crowns.
 There are many options for how to get from Copenhagen from Kiev. These are: plane, bus, train, your car (on a ferry). A plane ticket will cost from 2700 UAH, a bus - from 3000 UAH, a train - from 17000.
 A hostel in Copenhagen will cost around 228 kroons. If the hostel is not to your liking and you want more comfort, there are many hotels in the city. Prices start from 482 CZK.
 If you are too lazy to cook, all kinds of cafes and restaurants with delicious food are at your service. The average bill for a dinner for two (3 dishes for one) will cost about 600 kroons. You can also buy fresh products at various supermarkets. A liter of milk costs 8.2 kroons, bread 18 kroons, eggs 22 kroons, apples 18 kroons, potatoes 11 kroons, meat 87 kroons.
 

What sights to see?

 
A place where you can have a great time with the whole family. After all, Tivoli Gardens is one of the oldest amusement parks throughout the country. It was founded by Georg Kastensen in 1843. You can find Tivoli Gardens at Tivoli A / S Vesterbrogade 3 1630 København V. Opening hours: Sun-Thu - from 11:00 to 23:00, Fri-Sat - from 11:00 to 24:00. The ticket price for an adult is 140 kroons, for children from 3 to 7 - 60 kroons, if a group of people - 116 kroons / person.
 
One of the business cards of the city. The former royal residence was erected in the distant 1606, however, even today it is fascinating with its grandeur and unusual medieval beauty. Around the castle is a royal park. Particularly noteworthy is the Rosenborg Ballroom, where in the old days there were magnificent banquets and balls. Since 1838, the castle was transferred to the status of a museum and allowed visits for all comers. Find Rosenborg at Oster Voldgade 4A. Opening hours: November - April: 10:00 - 14:00, Monday is a day off; May, September - October: 10:00 - 16:00; June - August: 10:00 - 17:00. Weekends: January 1, December 22-26, December 31. An adult will need to pay 110 CZK for entry, and children under 17 years old - admission is free.
 
An incredible castle complex, which impresses not only with the scope of the building, but also with its unsurpassed style. It was built in the period from 1746 to 1766 as a residence for King Frederick V. Today, the whole family of Danish monarchs lives here. The whole complex of castles, which together make up Amalienborg, today has 11 objects. Each of them has its own story and deserves special attention. Therefore, it is worthwhile to pay a visit to this place all day and it is best to hire a guide. He will tell in more detail about each component of the ensemble. Finding Amalienborg is easy and simple, because it is located around the square of the same name. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday, Monday is a day off. Opening hours: from 11:00 to 16:00. Entrance ticket full adult - 105 CZK, student - 70 CZK, free for children.
 
Not falling in love with this city is simply impossible. It was as if he emerged from a fairy tale: colorful houses, lovely flower beds and castles, and an infinite number of cyclists made Copenhagen the way it is now.
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