The Little Mermaid Statue Tours
About The Little Mermaid Statue, Copenhagen
Copenhagen has had quite a hate-love affair with this statue. Since it was crafted in 1913, the staue has beeen defaced, vadalised or modified many times for various reasons, but the city has always restored it. . Based on Hans Christian Anderson’s popular character, the statue is Copenhagen’s most iconic landmark. Tourists don’t find much about her, butshe hold a great sway over Denmark, and there are those who swear that the statue is a true representation of the spirit of Denmark.
A mesmerising statue based on a iconic character of Hans Christian that we all are not only very familiar with, but are equally fascinated as well. No wonder, the place see a heavy crowd of people everyday. Open to all, there is no need to buy The Little Mermaid Tickets for the visit. Just visit the place anytime you want and immerse yourself in the beauty of this age old monument. With no hassle to buy the Tickets for The Little Mermaid Statue or worrying about heavy The Little Mermaid Ticket Prices, the place makes a perfect destination to chill out with your friends or family.
How To Get To The Little Mermaid Statue by Public Transport
- Central station
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Walk along the most recognizable sights of Copenhagen on this 3-hour walking tour. During the tour,your guide will take pictures of you at different landmarks. Beside the major attractions of Copenhagen, a local guide will share with you other less known secrets about this city and Danish culture. Get all the attention from your tour guide who will be there to tell you interesting stories and urban legends of Copenhagen. During this tour you will see places such as The Little Mermaid, Nyhavn, Tivoli and many others.
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Copenhagen’s mermaid loops are a sight you can just not miss. On this hop on hop off tour, you will see the best of Copenhagen in a couple of hours. With special importance to the mermaid loops, this tour takes you to many prominent cultural and historical spots of the city. See the vibrant city light up as you pass by all of these attractions in an open decker bus.
See the sights of Copenhagen from the water on a 1-hour canal cruise! Relax inside the lower saloon or out on deck, and admire the cityâÂÂs key waterfront attractions like the Little Mermaid statue, Amalienborg Castle, Copenhagen Opera House and the Old Stock Exchange. Hear history about the city and its monuments from an onboard guide and discover fascinating neighborhoods like the Christianshavn canal quarter.
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I recommend you to go as early as possible. The statue is small and if you want to get near to take pictures, you have to deal with lots of other tourists. Even if you want to get a decent picture from a distance. Also, if you walk there, from the center is about 30 - 40 minutes. The whole are is well kept and beautiful. Don't miss seeing this famous symbol!
If you're into Disney's little mermaid, then it's a great suggestion to visit this Little Mermaid statue in Denmark. The real story of the mermaid is far more melancholic than what's in the Disney movie which is why the seriously sad tone of her face and body. If you wanna have a great photo of it, just get a good angle and lighting on the statue while working your way through layers of tourists trying to do the same. Goodluck! :)
The Little Mermaid was fun to see. All the locals that I spoke with about it don't seem to think it is a big deal to see. But as a tourist it is one of the main attractions in Copenhagen. We did the boat tour and saw the back side of her, but had to go back to get a better look. If your on vacation it is fun to see. You can also walk down from there into the city and there is a lot to see on the way.
The Little Mermaid statue was pretty cool to see. Nice scenic area. We biked to the statue and it was very pretty. We went later in the afternoon and a lot of people were there. So it was hard to get a pic without another tourist hanging off her. So I would try earlier in the day.
This iconic Copenhagen landmark can indeed be underwhelming if you are not privy to the original Hans Christian Andersen story, or the story behind the sculptor who modeled this figure after his wife. It's true, you'll have to wait for an opportune time to take a photo with, or of the statue. That's part of the challenge when going to a tourist destination! The surrounding park is beautiful, you can rent bikes nearby, the marina is close... and on a clear day - it's simply breathtaking. This is undeniably a must-see for those Copenhagen visitors who haven't seen it previously.
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