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The Denmark’s capital is at once historic, modern, romantic, intellectual, grandiose and elegantly understated.
A glorious mix of old school tradition and new fashion, Copenhagen is a bubbling hot spot of trendy eateries, and happening night-spots. It is not a cheap city, but there are less expensive options if you know your way around. Copenhagen is one of our favorite destinations, and we have a few tips and tricks that could make your stay enjoyable and slightly more easy on the wallet.
While there are so much history and culture crammed into this city, it often gets overlooked, especially by children, because of Tivoli Park. The biggest and most exciting theme park in Copenhagen, Tivoli is always busy and contains the ridiculous Star Flyer, that kicks off 80 meters up in the air.
Not everyone wants to go to an amusement park, and be flung around in the air by machines. Some people prefer a quiet evening of drinks and friends. Quietness works in Copenhagen, particularly along many of the streets that branch off the Stroget. There are music clubs, jazz venues and fantastic restaurants, and this often leads on to a big night on the town, but with less pressure on your wallet. Should you want a little bit more of a highbrow adventure, then there is always the Royal Danish Theater in Copenhagen, where incredible plays and shows take place. We are happy to assist and help with bookings and transportation to the theater or any other venue.
A memorable meal that is fast becoming famous out of Copenhagen is the organic hotdog. Instead of the grilled and somewhat unhealthy versions of yore, the new releases often consist of vegan sausages, with onions and sauerkraut and on a linseed-sprinkled bread roll. While it’s not quite traditional, a walk around Copenhagen will introduce you to an astonishing number of hotdog vendors.
There is also the uber-cool Torvehallerne = the massive covered food market, where people queue every day for any of the tempting offers from the 80-odd vendors. Workers cycle down or walk down and order a quickly-prepared meal, eaten at trestle tables outside the vendor stalls.
It is wildly unique, and Freetown Christiana is quite an experience. It is a famous hippie commune that co-exists with the rest of the city and is the old army bungalows that were taken over by these independent people. It is also quite an experience to shop on the Stroget, one of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe that offers everything from a shopping perspective that you could ever want.
It’s hard to believe that there are 15 Michelin rated restaurants and a wide array of accommodation options. We strive to help people to find the most suitable accommodation options for their needs. Indra By is the busy Old Town, with the modern nightlife and happening clubs and bars located in this area.
If you are that little bit budget conscious, then you should look at the Latin Quarter, a pleasant but slightly cheaper area that focuses around the university, therefore there a lot of students and less expensive digs in the area.
If you’re in Copenhagen with a family, however, then Nyhavn is the best option, with colorful houses and a beautiful little harbor. Allow us to point out some of our favorite accommodation options, and assist in your choice.
Copenhagen is pretty much the most well-known bicycle city in the world, with roads and traffic rules designed around the ease and convenience of people cycling. There are several rental agencies for bicycles, and if you’re not on a bike, then the second-best option is on foot. There is an excellent public transport system, but it is a bit overshadowed by the bicycle brigade.Share this tour