If you’re young then it’s a literal playground, with the world’s oldest amusement parks and some of the trendiest shopping and nightspots anywhere.For culture there are historic palaces and museums in which Viking and Bronze Age treasures are on display.The fountain is named Stork Spring Water Fountain (Storkespringvandets), and it has long been a popular area of the city for young people to hang-out.Since the 1950’s the Stork Spring Water fountain has been the site of an unusual tradition.New Harbour in English, this historic waterfront area is next to a 17th-century canal where old wooden ships are still moored.On both sides of the canal are tall painted houses dating to the 1600s and 1700s, the ground floors of which house bars, restaurants and cafes with outdoor seating.Amager has since been absorbed into the city, and today the island is also the home of Copenhagen's Airport, Kastrup (Københavns Lufthavn, Kastrup).
The street goes from Copenhagens City Hall Square (Rådhusplads) which is near Tivoli to King's New Square (Kongens Nytorv) which is near Nyhavn.
Strøget is far and away the most famous street in Copenhagen (København).
The walking street is 1111 meters long, making it Europe's longest pedestrian street.
Copenhagen’s food-scene is making international waves, as the profusion of Michelin-starred restaurants will tell you, and the city has been one of Europe’s design capitals for decades now (Foodie?
Check out the this Copenhagen’s Culinary Experience Tour Such is this theme park’s fame that some people come to Copenhagen just t visit Tivoli Gardens.