Christiania -- This hippie-run "free state" in Copenhagen has a "green light zone" where they sell cannabis. It's illegal, but the occasional busts seem to be aimed mostly at the dealers, which is why there are these rules: have fun; don’t run (might be a raid!); no photos (might be evidence!). I hear you may now be able to take photos, but it's probably good to be discreet. https://www.visitcopenhagen.com/copenhagen/culture/alternative-christiania.
1. Visit Copenhagen – the charming capital of Denmark that is home to none other than the iconic Little Mermaid Statue, amazing architecture such as Christiansborg Palace, and incredible museums like the National Gallery of Denmark
2. Take a trip to the North Sea for a unique beach experience – a mix of quaint harbor towns, picturesque sand dunes, and small islands all along the coast.
3. Explore the beaches and islands of Funen – a picturesque archipelago of islands that includes Christianso, the second largest island in Denmark. Here, you can get a true taste of Danish island living with charming fishing villages, rolling hills, and stunning beaches.
4. Visit the iconic Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen – the oldest amusement park in the world that is filled with rides and attractions.
5. Tour some of Denmark’s famous palaces such as the famous Amalienborg Palace, Rosenborg Palace, or Frederiksborg Castle.
6. Take in some of the stunning works of art in the Nyhavn District – a colorful district of Copenhagen filled with quaint cobblestone streets, cafes, and shops, and galleries filled with classic Danish paintings and sculptures.
7. Experience the vibrant nightlife and food scene of the city – sample classic Danish dishes in one of many quaint restaurants, or join in on some of the amazing nightlife to be found in Copenhagen.
8. Explore the charming city of Aarhus – the cultural center of Denmark, offering a variety of sights such as its historical old-town, the cool and modern Aarhus Harbor, and the Moesgaard Museum for a more educational experience.