Copenhagen is a cosy city of vibrant buildings, fairy-tale tributes and mouth-wateringly fresh foods, so if you're thinking of visiting on a city break you're in for a treat. Perfect in spring, featuring pastry picnics along the Islands brygge or adorable Winters when the cobbled streets are host to mulled wine and Christmas markets. Filled with historical and architectural triumphs, there are alot of attractions to visit in a weekend, so here's our quick itinerary of how to spend two days in the colourful capital of Denmark.
When people ask me if Copenhagen was expensive my immediate answer is yes. And it is true, food and drinks were expensive and museum/gallery admission is expensive, but there are plenty of things in Copenhagen which are good value for money. Public transport is cheap and there are plenty of things in the city to do for free. Don't let the cost of living in the capital of Denmark put you off, the Danes are amongst the most happy in the world, so clearly it is a good trade-off for them. Read our tips on saving money during a city break in Copenhagen, and how to make your Krones go a little further.
A colourful patchwork of vibrant houses, pretty bustling harbours and majestic ancient castles, Copenhagen is overflowing with landmarks and attractions. Whether you prefer exploring Copenhagen’s history, or simply people watching with an Aperol Spritz, there is plenty to do in this city, after all, it is ranked the 2nd happiest place in the world. So check out our hits and misses for cherry-picking your things to do whilst in the capital of Denmark.
Home of Christian Anderson, Copenhagen is literally a fairy tale of colourful houses, picturesque harbours and cobbled streets. More than that with free health care, free education and an efficient transport system, it's unsurprising that Scandinavians are said to be the happiest people in the world. Home to plenty of majestic castles, towers and infamous statues there is a wealth of things to see and do in Copenhagen and although this is a slightly pricier city compared to elsewhere in Europe, it is a pretty and popular destination for a city break.