Copenhagen is both a land of sleepy canals, cobblestone streets, and colorful townhouses, and a cosmopolitan hub of design and dining. Lose yourself in an industrial-chic nightclub in Vesterbro’s Meatpacking District. Shop for vintage duds on bustling Jægersborggade. Bike through Amager’s sweeping forests. Whatever you’re looking for, you can find it Copenhagen.

    Copenhagen has more bicycles than people, and offers plenty of opportunities to relax in parks and cozy cafes after an afternoon’s pedaling. The metro provides good transport links, and the Kastrup airport is easily reachable from the center of this hip, vibrant, and breathtakingly modern city.

    What to see & do in Copenhagen

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    Things to do in Copenhagen include admiring stunning views spanning 2 islands, strolling the 18th-century historic Frederiksstaden district, visiting castles, and taking in scenic architecture and a vibrant cultural community. You can visit Christiansborg Palace and Rosenborg Castle where you can walk elegant gardens and even see the Danish Crown Jewels. Denmark's capital city boasts one of the world's most innovative dining scenes, unique architecture and, of course, plenty... Read more

    Where & what to eat in Copenhagen

    Copenhagen's food and dining offerings are considered among the most innovative in the world, with high-end, experimental fusion cuisine, traditional Viking dishes and sustainable farming contributing even to casual eateries. It's the home of the New Nordic wave, which has been going on here for years. Fish and beer are at the centre of the city's foodie culture, but this DNA contributes to a wide range of different cuisines... Read more

    Where to shop & what to buy in Copenhagen

    • 10 Best Places to Go Shopping in Copenhagen

      Any big city holiday involves a little shopping, and if you are going to Copenhagen, it may be a good idea to leave some room in your bags for the trip back. With all the many different shopping options, Copenhagen is a shoppers’ paradise! So go crazy on Europe’s longest walking street, or let yourself be swept away by the...

    Where to go & what to do at night in Copenhagen

    The nightlife in Copenhagen is renowned for its vibrant scene where you can dance until dawn or relax with a good craft beer or tasty cocktail in a laid-back lounge. Here, you can find colourful disco-style nightclubs, cool live music venues drawing the hippest crowds and speakeasy-style, laid-back supper clubs. From electronica to rock to hip-hop and beyond, just about every musical style is represented... Read more

    Useful information

    The Copenhagen Visitor Service offers authorised points for information about Copenhagen across the city, so you should easily be able to learn about whatever attraction you want to visit. Copenhagen offers a world of experiences, all of which are easily accessible by public transport via train, metro or bus, but there's a way to save money on all of it. If you're spending an entire holiday here, grab a Copenhagen... Read more

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