Copenhagen has been honored several times as the "most liveable city in the world". Reasons for this include the exciting architecture that characterizes the Danish capital in many places, the many green areas and the clean harbor where you can even swim. Opposite the main train station is the second oldest amusement park Tivoli with arcades, rides and gourmet restaurants. To enjoy the city completely then you have to go to the city center near Nyhavn where the cafeterias are sorted one by one. Other attractions such as the Mermaid or the free town Christiana can also be visited in this city. Also the Copenhagen Zoo with more than 3,000 animals is always worth a visit. With history and art you can meet in numerous city museums such as the Glyptoteket Museum of Art. The National Museum tells the story of Denmark's history from the Stone Age to the present day. Rosenberg Castle is also home to numerous cultural treasures, including Danish crown jewels and royal regalia.