The Capital and the most populous city of Denmark, Copenhagen is the epitome of happiness. The capital is buzzing with vibrant colors, royal history, modern architecture, culinary treats, intriguing streets, lush parks, as well as a hip, laid-back vibe. Copenhagen is a city that will leave you in awe by making you dwell into history and modernism, along with innovation and traditionalism. It is believed that Scandinavian capital is not a pocket-friendly place to visit but then that does not seem true because AirTkt has got this list of 5 amazing free things that you can do in Copenhagen which won’t cost a penny and yet mesmerize you. So, what is the wait for? Book your plane tickets now!
If you are looking for the best thing to do in Copenhagen, it has to be the Nyhavn Walk, and luckily for everyone, this walk does not cost a penny. Nyhavn is lined by colorful houses by the harbor, which makes it a drool-worthy Instagram picture view. Nyhavn is lively and always buzzing with people relaxing by the canal enjoying jazz music and great food. You can take some snacks with you and take a stroll around the canal and enjoy the vibe of the whole atmosphere absolutely for free.
A hippie neighborhood with its own set of rules, a notorious reputation, and weed (Drugs are illegal in Denmark though) – Christiania is the town where the most happening music events and concerts take place and most of them have no entry fees. Moreover, the town is authentic, buzzing with hippie culture, and uniquely appeals to your senses. A must visit if you are looking for a bit of adventure in Copenhagen.
Home to the Danish Parliament, the Christiansborg Palace is totally mesmerizing! The entry to the palace is free though some parts of the palace can only be visited upon payment of a minimum fee. The Tarnet in the palace is Copenhagen’s highest point and provides spectacular views in all directions. Behind the tower, you can also see the beautiful hoard of 20 white horses enjoying and being trained in the warm weather.
Though a little overrated but cannot be missed – is the Little Mermaid statue. In reality, the statue is much bleaker than the ones in pictures, but it is nonetheless, one of the iconic symbols of Denmark since it’s the inspiration behind the famous fairy tale by H.C. Andersen. More so, take a walk along the harbor and also take in the beautiful landscape with cherry blossoms filling your day with life.
Change of Guards
The best thing to do for free in Copenhagen is to witness the change of guards by the Royal Palace, which happens every day exactly at noon. So, visit the guards in their funny, long hats do their royal routine by reaching the palace at 12 o’clock. You can also go to the Amalienborg Museum in the palace which depicts the private apartments of the royal King and Queen. The entry to the museum if free provided you have a Copenhagen city card.
Not just this, there is more in Copenhagen that you can either do for free or do at a negligible fee. So, worry no more and book your flight tickets on AirTkt and take of a beautiful yet budgeted