Copenhagen: A Port with a Long Tradition
Like many European countries, Denmark has a long history accompanied by waterways and the sea. It is not surprising when one considers trade and how much they allowed countries to maintain relations, economic and otherwise. This travel souvenir from Denmark shows a picture of the city's vocation that, for centuries, has been related to to the sea. In fact, Copenhague Port is one of the most important in Northern Europe and it has been connected to the Port of Malmo in Sweden.
Copenhague is Not Only About Water
Copenhague is a modern city of all sorts and it features a vibrant cultural life that enamore travelers upon arrival. Visitors can attend performances at the Royal Theater which is the oldest venue in the city and dates from the first half of the Eighteenth century. There, you can enjoy opera and theatrical shows. However, if you are an opera fan, you can head to the recently built opera house. Other theaters that you can check include Norrebro Theater and Flokertreatet. If you are more into museums, the city will not disappoint you. You can delve into Danish culture and history at the National Museum. If you are interested in the arts, the National Museum of art will show you a broad range of Danish art. However, Thorvaldsen Museum, the oldest museum of the city, houses artwork from the Golden Danish Era and Skagen painters that will really amaze you. All in all, this is a great travel souvenir to take back home.