Copenhagen, Denmark's capital, was declared European Culture Capital in 1996. And it is far from being reserved or sober. On the contrary, it is festive and full of joy of life, especially after dusk. Kobenhaven, originally Kobmaendenes Havn, means "The Port of the Traders". And the city does not bear this name by chance. The romantic part of the city is concentrated mainly in Nyhaven, the so-called new port and this is further amplified by the fact that the location is closely linked with the name of Hans Christian Andersen, the author of the world's most popular fairytales.
The bronze statue of the unfortunate Little Mermaid has today become the symbol of Copenhagen. In our film we will visit the architectural monuments from the time of the best known Danish ruler, Christian IV, dubbed the Builder. The Tivoli entertainment park inspired Walt Disney to build Disneyland. It has been a Copenhagen attraction for 150 years, along with its extensive wax museum. Copenhagen a modern city with more than 1.5 million inhabitants, one of the most beautiful and tolerant cities, is looking forward to your visit.