Divided into several districts, Copenhagen is a comfortable place to get around. It's well suited to long walks as every corner unearths new surprises and each street has rows of beautiful buildings. In the city centre, you'll find many prestigious art galleries, landmarks, monuments and museums like the National Gallery of Denmark, University of Copenhagen Botanical Gardens, the iconic Nyhavn canal and extravagant royal residences like Christiansborg Palace or Amalienborg Palace. A short walk from the city centre, Christianshavn has a distinct personality. Similar to Amsterdam, it boasts a network of cosy canals that form the backdrop for cute outdoor cafes. It's a diverse part of Copenhagen and a great place for boat tours. The area is also home to the Copenhagen Opera House, a divine place to catch a dance or music performance. Head west to Frederiksberg district. As the city's hub for designer shopping, this is a fashionable place to visit. Streets like Gammel Kongevej, also known as King's Road, offers high-end boutiques and upmarket clothes shops. This area also has its a gourmet food quarter with lots of delis, cafes and restaurants. Spend your day shopping or strolling through the splendid grounds of Frederiksberg Palace.