With Copenhagen’s new concept cafes, buzzing night life, pretty canals and coloured buildings, there’s a lot to explore and discover in this hub of culture and design.
One of Europe’s oldest capitals with a royal touch, Copenhagen is one of the most sought after capitals of Northern Europe. Big enough to be a metropolis, Copenhagen delights many for its numerous shopping opportunities, culture and nightlife yet considerably safe and easy to navigate through.
Culturally and geographically, Copenhagen is bang in the middle between mainland Europe and the distinct Scandinavian region. Modern architecture and first-class design come together to give Copenhagen that whimsical look.
There is a lot to explore and discover whilst in Copenhagen. Walking through its streets, you will be delighted by the music blurting out from Copenhagen’s basements. Exciting new concept cafes and restaurants pop up all the time.
Nights out are no longer reserved for Friday and Saturday. The trend has now been extended to midweek where bars and cafes are constantly buzzing with activity.
Canals, cobbled squares and copper spires are a fantastic addition to Copenhagen’s heritage. Proud capital for almost 400 years, Copenhagen is quite low-rise with the skyline disrupted by a few church steeples.
The capital has over the years being expanding – from its historical centre to many of its historic buildings, parks, public squares and green spaces.
Spend a day at the Tivoli Amusement Park, home to the wooden roller coaster Rutsjebanen. Alternatively, board a canal boat and enjoy a tour of the waterfront or have a Danish beer outside one of the main bars lining the Nyhavn Canal. Shopping along the Stroget or visiting one of the city’s many museums, are all feasible.
There are several options available to get to the centre of Copenhagen from the Airport. The Metro can take you from the Airport to Kongens Nytorv
to downtown Copenhagen in 15 minutes. Trains leave every 20 minutes from Copenhagen Central Station arriving at downtown in 30 minutes. Bus lines 12, 30, 36 and 250S also leave from the airport and make quite a few convenient stops on the way to Copenhagen.