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Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and its most populated city, with nearly 1.3 million people. The city was founded in the 10th century as a Viking fishing village, and has steadily grown in population since then. Although there have been a few bumps in the road, the city has established a reputation as a thriving center of history, the arts, and a surprisingly good nightlife. If you're interested in visiting Copenhagen, you should know that Venere has an extensive listing of Copenhagen hotels for your consideration. For a city the size of Copenhagen, the listings can be enormous. With so many options, it can be easy for the potential traveler to get overwhelmed. However, Venere provides a guest-driven rating system in order to help all travelers understand the listing better. Moreover, every one of Venere's Copenhagen hotels comes with a generous amount of interior photography.

What's Copenhagen Like?

Copenhagen is a majestic city with many different points of interest. Adventurers can tour several historic buildings, including the Christiansborg Palace, which today houses all of the Danish branches of government. There have been three different incarnations of the Christiansborg Castle. The first was erected in the 18th century around the ruins of the 11th century Absalon's Castle. After the first Christiansborg site was devastated by a fire in 1794, the second Christiansborg was started in 1803 and completed in 1828. It was also destroyed by fire in 1884. The third (and current) Christiansborg Castle was completed in 1938. Visitors might also be interested in viewing Fredrik's Church, popularly known as the Marble Church. Although the first groundbreaking began in 1749, various budget cuts and the death of the original architect caused the structure to remain unfinished for over a hundred years. It was finally completed in 1894 and opened to the public. The visitor will enjoy viewing various statues of prominent Danish theologians and philosophers on the grounds, including Kierkegaard. Visitors might also enjoy visiting Tivoli Gardens, which is one of the oldest amusement park in the world, which opened circa 1843.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Copenhagen

An important part of tourism in any locale is getting along with the locals. With that being said, there are a number of rules of etiquette that the visitor to Denmark should keep in mind. First of all, in America and many other parts of the world, "How are you?" is a common greeting. In Denmark, however, it is a greeting that is only reserved for close friends. A Danish individual will interpret this question a bit differently and go into considerable detail. If you develop a rapport with a Danish person and ask him this question, be prepared to hear the truth! In Copenhagen there are a lot of English-speaking people, so you shouldn't have any problem getting around. Still, just to be certain, you can ask them "Taler De engelsk?" (Do you speak english?) Copenhagen is generally an expensive place to be in some regards, and the restaurants in this area are no exception. Many visitors save money when visiting a Copenhagen restaurant by opting for a buffet-style meal instead of ordering from the menu. When taking the metro trains, make sure that your ticket is stamped or you will face a hefty fine. Enjoy your trip to this beautiful city and remember that you trust Venere for all of your Copenhagen Hotels and cultural tips!