The Little Mermaid StatueCurrently Open
- Address: Langelinie, 2100 København Ø, Denmark, Copenhagen
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Statue, Family And Kids, Architecture
The Little Mermaid Statue - Review
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 reach The Little Mermaid Statue by Public Transport
- Central station
Restaurants Near The Little Mermaid Statue
- Restaurant Krebsegaarden – Nordic
- local cuisine
- Fine dining Ristorante Cortona – Italian
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Little Mermaid Statue
93.82% of people who visit Copenhagen include The Little Mermaid Statue in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
36.9% of people start their The Little Mermaid Statue visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see The Little Mermaid Statue
93.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Little Mermaid Statue
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The Little Mermaid Statue, Copenhagen Reviews
Its pretty but its small. Be prepared to be disappointed with the size of the statue considering how popular it is. The walk to the statue is actually nice. You pass popular areas when you walk. Its a nice area to hang out, sunbath. Plenty of restaurants around. A lot of people gather around the statue. I would recommend to take the canal cruise which would take you to the most interesting places including the little mermaid.
Well, if you're in Copenhagen it's a must see. If you're expecting a larger statue, you'll be underwhelmed, however, if like me, you're visiting with an open mind, it's great - if not just for the spectacle of watching coachloads of tourists swarming around for the perfect shot! This statue is just one of many - including some that are grander and more impressive - dotted along a splendid riverside walk. Well worth the effort!
Hoards of tourists were there, getting as close to the statue as possible to take a selfie. Yikes. The statue is in a very nice spot alongside the harbour. Great view. For some reason, I thought she had an odd looking face...maybe it was the angle?? The quayside is nice for a little walk.
The little mermaid is a little statue, but really pretty. For all the story behind and the importance of Hans Christian Andersen in the history of storytelling, it's worth visiting this statue and its beautiful surroundings. A lot of people gather around the little mermaid to get a picture with it, so I'd recommend not expecting a solitary photo. There are colourful flowers nearby and a pretty well built big fountain. It's a must go for all who visit Copenhagen.
What an awesome and romantic place Copenhagen is and so does this beautiful place. "The Little Mermaid statue, has spawned an imagination of generations of readers of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale. The story surrounds the sea king’s half-human and half-fish daughter, who must wait on her rock for 300 years before she can enter the world of humans. The little mermaid been “sitting at this spot” since 1913, and she attracts almost one million tourists annually.