Planning a trip to Copenhagen? Well, the capital of Denmark is fascinating in all ways you can imagine. From the majestic castles to the museums, food tours, brewery guides, and amusement parks, travelers have no dearth of choices here. That said, Copenhagen can be overwhelming in that sense, because it is impossible to pack in everything in one trip. We have a few recommendations for your stay and travel right below.
Flights, stay and more
Instead of waiting for the last minute, book your flights to the Danish capital at least two months before arrival. As for the accommodation, you can ditch the hotel for furnished apartments Copenhagen. Østerbro (Copenhagen East) has some really great properties on rent, including penthouses and modest one-bedroom apartments, and these are quite affordable, considering the services and facilities you get! To get around, you can use public transport, but if you don’t mind cycling, get a bike on rent. Copenhagen people encourage bike rentals and you can find options that also have GPS enabled tablets.
Make a wish list
We strongly recommend that you get the Copenhagen Card, which offers access to public transport and free admission to over 80 attractions. If you want to start with castles, you can include Rosenborg Castle on the list, and then there’s the National Museum too. You can head to Rundetårn for amazing views of the city for a few dollars. Anyone who comes to Copenhagen should also head to Tivoli Gardens, which remains the most-loved amusement park in Europe. Bakken – the oldest operating amusement park – is also in the city. From the Nyhavn harbor area, you can take a boat tour of the city and see the iconic The Little Mermaid statue. Nyhavn is the waterfront area, where buildings from 16th and 17th centuries are painted in nice colors, and you will actually love the beauty of the locality. Den Blå Planet is a good place to take the kids to see the ocean life, and if you are in mood for great food, head to Papirøen (Paper Island).
Other things to consider
Anyone who fancies the idea of high street brands should head to Strøget that happens to be one of the most happening pedestrian malls in the entire world. There is also Carlsberg Brewery that offers great tours for an affordable fee. Check all the options and plan your trip to Copenhagen like a pro.