Your Simplest Copenhagen Guide For Exploring The City!

Many frequent travelers agree that one week is just not enough to explore the beauty of Copenhagen. Known for its amusement parks, castles, food walks and culture, Copenhagen is everything you would expect and more. If you are planning a trip to the Danish capital, we have a guide that will sort the places you need see and things you need to do.

  • Book your stay in advance. Copenhagen is not a cheap city, but when you are spending your hard-earned money, you better spend it on the right city. First things first, always book your stay before coming here, and we recommend that you consider a Copenhagen apartment hotel. Serviced apartments offer more privacy and doesn’t have to cost a bomb.
  • Head to Paper Island for good food. Paper Island, also called Papiroen locally, is a great place to enjoy the local food and craft beers. You will really love the vibe of this area, especially in the evenings.
  • Don’t miss the cityscape beauty of Nyhavn. Nyhavn is known for the 17th-century townhouses that are still in use and are painted in bright colors. It is one of the most beautiful places in entire Scandinavia for a reason. There are some nice cafés and posh restaurants to dine. Right there, you will also find historic sailboats in the canal.
  • Start your to-do list with Tivoli Gardens. You cannot come to Copenhagen and not see Tivoli Gardens, which one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. It has a feel that’s unique and not what you may have experienced in Disneyland. Consider taking the rollercoasters and other rides.

  • Do include a canal tour on your list. Offering a feel that almost is like Amsterdam, Copenhagen has canals, and the tours here are more than enjoyable. Exploring the highlights of the city from water is another experience altogether. Make sure that you get the Copenhagen Card, which ensures access to about 75 attractions and public transit.

Finally, let’s not forget that Copenhagen is known for its castles, and you need to visit Christiansborg Palace and Amalienborg Palace if not others. Also, do make time for the oldest pedestrian street ever known – Yes, that’s Strøget for you, which is now a great shopping destination of sorts. You will find some of the biggest brands here, and it’s all too close by! Copenhagen is also a great place to enjoy cycling, so make time for that, as well.

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