Been to Copenhagen and I loved the city! I definitely recommend skipping group and tours traveling. The city is quite small, so best to browse through some local web sites as they offer online travel guides and pick up those places you really want to see. As I am more of a design/shopping buff I loved all the vintage stored located in the center of the city or for example in Krystalgade, they sell clothes,shoes and accessories by brands like YSL, Gucci, Versace and Chanel.
Copenhagen is a quieter city as compared to London,Paris,Berlin and other major european cities.And because there is no much traffic in the city so it is perfect for strolling especially in summertime.One advantage of tourists coming to town is that most local people speaks English so no need to hurry learning the danish language.The attitude of the people are rather casual-quite relax so to speak.Transportation is no big problem-you can find busses,taxis and metro all around the city.Its just...
Hello! I'm going to Denmark on New Year Holidays. Mostly the central area of Denmark. Going to rent a car, so, is it really necessary to book snow tires and chains for a car or I could do without it at this time of the year? Thanks!!
If its your first time, don't miss the Tivoli gardens and the Little Mermaid. The entrance ticket in Tivoli, is just to e able to enter the park. You need to pay for all the rides. As or me i love walking along the Nyhavn harbor.
Which places in Copenhagen are "must see" ? I am going soon to explore Copenhagen with my 11 year old daughter and my wife!