- Address: Langelinie, Copenhagen 2100, Denmark
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Sculpture
Langelinie - Review
Breathing magic into life, the Zinkglobal is a beautiful sculpture located on the Langelinie harbour installed in 2012. The sculpture depicts a humanoid figure built with more than 8000 pieces of scarp metals, amalgamated beautifully to form a thought provoking piece of art.
The human figure sits on a bench with his hand on his forehead, representing a pose of being lost in the thought. If art is what you love, a visit to see the sculpture will be anything but monotonous and along with the view of the harbour, the scene fits in perfectly to click a few pictures when in Copenhagen.
How To reach Langelinie by Public Transport
- By Metro: Kongens Nytorv (3 kilometers away)
- By Bus: Langelinie Mole Midt
- By Taxi
- By renting a Bicycle.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Langelinie
1.32% of people who visit Copenhagen include Langelinie in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
32.61% of people start their Langelinie visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Langelinie
92.62% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Langelinie
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Langelinie, Copenhagen Reviews
Copenhagen (like all cities) needs to be walked to properly appreciate its beauty and the quaysides are amazing. There are historic monuments everywhere and modern buildings have been very carefully designed so as not to spoil their older counterparts. Watch out for (and visit) the historic fountain, the church of St Alban, the castle fortress and the Little Mermaid. Note: the cobbles can be tough on your ankles so wear some good trainers.
Please like my review if helpful👍 A lovely area to visit and have a stroll. The little mermaid, although rather insignificant looking has become so iconic that you just can't resist making the effort to see her. The whole area is interesting and of outstanding beauty. Lots of interesting statues, buildings, park areas, waterfalls, church to see. Just go, you will love it.
A beautiful area to walk around and explore. Has conveniently located restrooms in the area as well. Highly recommended for a day of walking around and exploring the sites when you are in Copenhagen. Nyhaven is not that far either.
The classical mermaid from the fairy tail. It is not as exceptional as one could expect, and it is usually filled with tourists. It is worth seeing once, but not more. The pier next to it is very nice though
Nice area in Copenhagen. We were there in September and were lucky to have warm sunny days. It is a busy tourist area - I am not a fan of having all the charter buses driving around though.