50 dating Frederikshavn
Idyllic museum ships lie at anchor, including a lightship (Fyrskib) dating from 1885.
From Nyhavn, hydrofoil and catamaran services operate to Sweden, as well as sightseeing trips around the harbor and along the canal.
On Købmagergade is the Round Tower (Rundetårn), a 36-meter-high structure built as an observatory in 1642.
It now also houses a small collection connected with the famous Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe.
Wander by way of Skindergade and Kejsergade to Gråbrødretorv, one of Copenhagen's most charming squares with its brightly colored old houses.
Less than one and a half kilometers from Rosenborg in the Frederiksstaden quarter, you'll find Rosenborg's sister palace, Amalienborg, along with its serene waterfront gardens.
At Christmas, Tivoli becomes an extravagantly decorated wonderland.
Arguably Scandinavia's most relaxed capital city, Copenhagen has a distinctly European feel, a friendly street-life, and unique café culture that will make you want to return time and time again.
A new attraction is the glass floor hovering 25 meters above the ground where you can peer down into the castle's core.
Fans of Hans Christian Andersen will be interested to know that the tower features in his well-known story - "eyes as big as the Round Tower." After taking in the views and getting your breath back, why not continue on with a short walk around the Old Town?
A particular treat is the platform, reached by a wide spiral ramp.
From the top are magnificent panoramic views over the city.