More and more travellers are planning to visit Copenhagen during their trip in Europe hence we’ve started creating a dedicated Copenhagen Travel Guide for you. Many people are curious about what to see in Copenhagen. Well, apart from being known as the capital city of the world’s happiest people and the controversial ‘hygge’ lifestyle, one must visit this place because there are so many fun things to do in Copenhagen! We’ll also introduce you to Copenhagen’s public transport as well as to its burgeoning restaurant scene! Visit Copenhagen with our ultimate Copenhagen travel guide!
Read on to discover what this beautiful Nordic city has in store for you!
Visit Copenhagen: what to see
The neighborhood of Nyhavn will charm you. Its charming squares, cobblestone streets and excellent museums are a hit with locals and tourists alike. It’s the perfect place to start your day. Wander down the lively streets, take in the picturesque sight of the colourful 18th century townhouses which line the harbour and pull up a seat at one of the many restaurants and cozy cafes in the area. Vesterbro is another neighborhood that you can’t pass up! You should also make time to visit the amusing Tivoli Gardens that will take you back to your childhood and don’t leave the city without visiting Copenhagen’s impressive Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
Visit Copenhagen: things to do
How much time exactly is enough for spending in Copenhagen? We’ll let you decide on that after you discover the best activities in the city. You can also just spend two or three days exploring the best of the Danish capital if you’re pressed for time! Over two days you can see as much or as little of it as you like. That’s the charm of the city. It’s just as easy to fill an action-packed weekend with as many activities as humanly possible, as it is to be content sitting in a café, reading a book and enjoying that unique hygge that this part of the world has totally perfected.
Copenhagen travel guide: where to stay
It is true that the standard of living in Copenhagen is higher than most in Europe. Thankfully the city is traveller-friendly when it comes to the selection of accommodation on offer. Not only are they extremely stylish and well-designed, they’ll fit every budget, too! Which accommodation you choose depends on what type of holiday you want to have. Families will love staying near Tivoli, while young urban crowds will feel at home in the trendy Versterbro area. Then there’s the parts of Copenhagen favourited by visitors, like the stretch of the oldest buildings in the city in Nyhavn.
Visit Copenhagen: where to eat
We’ve done the research and we’ve narrowed down all the best places in Copenhagen for food and drinks! On the one hand, there’s an excellent range of high-end restaurants to choose from, many boasting Michelin stars.Perhaps you’ve already heard of the much talked about Danish restaurant Noma? On the other hand, the city is also loved for its great range of street foods. Hot dog stands and falafel shops are local favourites, and they even have a taco truck which was voted as the best street food stall in Europe!
Visit Copenhagen: public transport guide
It probably won’t come as a surprise to find that Copenhagen has a very sophisticated public transport system. You can easily get around the city by metro, train, bus, and even by water bus! If you’re arriving in Copenhagen via the airport, you can reach the central Copenhagen in less than 20 minutes by metro or train. While many cities don’t have any airport connections, Copenhagen has not one but two! Read on for our expert tips on how to get around the city by public transport.
Copenhagen travel guide: links and resources
Visit Copenhagen official website
Visit Denmark official website