4.0 102

Experience Copenhagen with us

Known as the happiest city in the world, the inventor of hygge and the coolest kid on the Nordic block sure knows how to have a good time. The home of the Danish Empire for hundreds of years, Copenhagen’s elegant palaces and age-old canals have set the scene for an innovative contemporary culture to thrive. And thrive it has. Buoyed by its ever-creative locals, the Copenhagen of today boasts chic bars, forward-thinking fashion and a revolutionary culinary scene, all peppered with the token Danish flair for design.
Read more

Filter Clear All

Filters selected



Our tips for Copenhagen

  • Get On The Bicycle. When considering what to do in Copenhagen, don't overlook the timeless experience of a traditional bike ride. With the city nestled along the canal's edges, there's no superior way to explore Copenhagen's attractions than on two wheels.
  • Bohemian Paradise. Visit the cultural hub of Christiania – once a hippie commune – for its impressive beer gardens, vibrant street art, and the chance to observe a diverse array of people.
  • The Versatile Choice. For unparalleled views of the city and its surroundings, make your way to the Round Tower (Rundetaarn). Erected in 1642 as an astronomical observatory, both visitors and locals climb the Round Tower daily during their Copenhagen tours to enjoy the most breathtaking perspectives of the city.

Good to know

Copenhagen is celebrated as a haven for cyclists, boasting more bicycles than residents and a well-developed network of bike lanes and sharing programs. Tivoli Gardens, situated in the heart of Copenhagen, stands as one of the world's oldest amusement parks and is rumored to have influenced Walt Disney in the creation of Disneyland. Since its opening in 1843, the park has remained a popular destination, offering a blend of rides, gardens, and entertainment. Beneath Copenhagen's streets lies the captivating underground realm known as Cisternerne. Originally constructed as a water reservoir in the 1850s, it has been transformed into an art venue and exhibition space, offering a distinctive backdrop for contemporary art installations. Superkilen, situated in the Nørrebro district, transcends the traditional concept of a park, evolving into a cultural hub. Crafted to mirror the diversity of the neighborhood, it showcases objects and artifacts from various corners of the world, creating a one-of-a-kind, multicultural public space.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Copenhagen?

    Amidst extended warm days and bustling beer gardens, summer consistently draws crowds for sightseeing in Copenhagen. Yet, it's the Danes who infuse charm into the colder months, transforming the city with snow-draped historical homes, cobblestone streets, and frozen canals, adding a unique elegance. Plan your visit to Copenhagen during the Christmas season to immerse yourself in the city's captivating festive ambiance.

  • Q: What are the must-visit attractions in Copenhagen?

    Several well-loved landmarks comprise the Little Mermaid statue, Tivoli Gardens, Nyhavn harbor, the National Museum of Denmark, and the Round Tower.

  • Q: How can I explore Copenhagen by bike?

    Copenhagen is renowned for its cyclist-friendly infrastructure, where you can effortlessly hire bikes through diverse bike-sharing initiatives or local stores. Navigate through designated bike lanes and discover the city at your preferred leisurely pace.

  • Q: Is Copenhagen an expensive city to visit?

    While Copenhagen may come with a relatively high cost of living, there are strategies to keep expenses in check. Explore economical dining choices, utilize public transportation, and make the most of complimentary attractions to help manage your budget effectively.

  • Q: How to get around the city?

    Navigating Copenhagen can be testing. Here’s our travel breakdown of the best ways to find your way around this historic city. A compact city centre and green-thinking locals have ensured pushbikes are by far the most popular mode of transport in Copenhagen. Bike stations are dotted all around the city and can be rented either by the hour or for the day, ideal for short rides and longer Copenhagen day trips. In true Nordic fashion, Copenhagen’s transport is well-organized and very efficient. Rest assured, no matter where your Copenhagen day tours are taking you, a bus, metro, or S-train can get you there.

  • Q: Any safety tips during my travel to Copenhagen?

    Copenhagen is a relatively safe city. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch. Like in most, if not all, big cities, petty theft does occur in Copenhagen. Be sure to keep your valuables close on your Copenhagen day tours. The primary transport in the city, bikes come thick and fast on the streets of Copenhagen. The flurry of two-wheelers can be potentially hazardous for those not used to it, so be sure to keep an eye out for cyclists when crossing. In any emergency, dial 112.

Things to do in Copenhagen

travel inspiration from guidebook

Our website uses cookies to improve your experience. To find out more, please read our Cookie Policy. Accept