Copenhagen, capital city of Denmark is one of the trendiest places to be and be seen! Mixing Scandinavian style, fabulous cuisine and copious amounts of culture, this capital is a welcoming metropolis packed with super-interesting sites. It is to see why it's voted been the 'Happiest City in the World'! Read on for our top tips to make the most of your stay in this chic city!
See Copenhagen for half the cost
Giving you admission to 74 top attractions over your choice of 1-5 days, this super-saver card allows you to roam the city at your own pace and includes unlimited travel on public transport too! Make the most of your stay - and wallet, invest in a Copenhagen Card! For more information, visit http://www.copenhagencard.com/
Join a free walking tour
With a choice of three different FREE walking tours to choose from and lasting from 90 minutes - 3 hours, you'll see Copenhagen's hot-spots, save money AND soak up its ambiance. Just remember your comfy shoes and tip the tour guide too! For more information, visit http://www.copenhagenfreewalkingtours.dk/
Take a boat tour
No trip to Copenhagen would be complete without a boat tour of this beautiful city-by-the-sea. One of the most popular tours and a great way to see the eclectic mix of architecture, historical buildings and major tourist sites. Costing from 10 euros and lasting around 45 minutes, tours depart from the Nyhavn harbour throughout the day - no need to book in advance, simply turn up and tour!
When in Copenhagen, try typical Danish delights such as a Smorrebrod (open top sandwiches) along with mouth-watering meatballs, and of course, the very popular Copenhagen hot dog!
Ultimate food-lovers should head to Papiroen Island (known as Paper Island) - just 3 minutes taxi-boat from Nyhavn pontoon (number 922/923 boat). Open from 11.00-22.00, you'll be spoilt for choice with 35 stalls selling mouth-watering arrays of street-food. Sit inside and enjoy the live DJ music or venture outside when sunny and soak up the sun in a deck chair. One of the Copenhagen's trendiest places to be in the city and a great place to eat, drink and mingle!
See picture-perfect Nyhavn
No matter how long you stay in Copenhagen, a visit to the oh-so-pretty Nyhavn district is a must! Dating back to the 17th century, Nyhavn (meaning 'New Harbour') is a delightful canal and waterfront area lined with picture-perfect houses, shops and eateries. One of the main focal points in the city and a lovely way to spend the day, afternoon or night!