A fun choice is to visit one of the oldest zoos in Europe and learn how its inhabitants lived.
An activity for all the family
If anything characterises Denmark, it is the good preservation of its history and old buildings, where the bourgeoisie and the nobility were entertained. An example of this is one of the oldest zoos in Europe: Copenhagen zoo, which is a great choice of activity whether you are travelling with children or by yourself. It opened its doors in 1859, in the Frederiksberg park, and stretches out over 11 hectares, including the famous 'House of the Elephants', with its distinguishing glass domes designed by architect Sir Norman Foster. Among the activities at the zoo you can watch how the zoo keepers feed the sea lions and chimpanzees, as well as other animals. Another of its greatest attractions is the acrylic tunnel that runs 360 degrees around the polar bears' enclosure.