The former shops of Roerholmsgade are today owned by artists who have converted them into studios, workshops and small art galleries displaying watercolour, acrylic and oil paintings.
Although Hop-on Hop-off bus tour is an excellent opportunity for a first time visitor, usually it is quite an expense. Good alternative in Copenhagen is a regular bus route - the City Bus 11A that will take you to all the major sights at the cost of a regular bus ticket.
On Wednesdays enjoy free concerts performed by students of Danish Royal Academy of Music . Concerts start at 17:00 and are held at exciting concert halls all over the city of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg. For detailed program click here.
Little Mermaid - a gift from Carl Jacobsen to the city of Copenhagen, this bronze statue was unveiled at the Langelinie Harbourfront Promenade back in 1913 and is considered to be on of Copenhagen's symbols..
Copenhagens's old port area is popular place for walks and dining. Originally it was a busy commercial port where ships from all over the world would dock. Today during summer, Nyhavn is the perfect place to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining. Or, if you prefer, you can do like the locals and buy a beer from a nearby store and rest your feet at the quayside.
Amalienborg Palace is known for the Danish Royal Guard, who patrol the palace grounds. The Danish Royal Guard march from Rosenborg Castle at 11.30am daily through the streets of Copenhagen, and execute the changing of the guard in front of Amalienborg Palace at noon. When the Queen is in residence the guard is accompanied by the Royal Guards music band.
Museum of Copenhagen, Vesterbrogade 59. Free admission on Fridays and every day for children under 18.
The Open Air Museum north of Copenhagen is one of the largest and oldest in the world, Kongens Lyngby, April-October.