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Some cities are blessed with being both liveable and excellent spots for tourists, and the Danish capital Copenhagen is undoubtedly one of these. With excellent transport links, genuinely world class cuisine, and enough cultural heritage to fill hundreds of museums and galleries, this wonderful city is the ideal place for a city-break, or even a great base for a longer journey around the gorgeous country of Denmark, with its rolling countryside, friendly people, and phenomenally gorgeous fjords.

As a port city, water is the lifeblood of Copenhagen, even in the winters when the small lakes in the city centre freeze over and Danes rush to have snow fights on them. In spring, however, the city blooms into colour, with some gorgeous flora decorating the stylish modern and regally classical architecture that makes up the capital. Aside from all the culture to soak in, there’s plenty more to do, including just spending a day wondering around and eating and drinking whatever delights pass your way. Yes, when you get here, you’ll realise why so many people never want to leave: Copenhagen is for dreamers and workers, for the refined and the fun; it truly does have something for everyone.

Copenhagen

Some cities are blessed with being both liveable and excellent spots for tourists, and the Danish capital Copenhagen is undoubtedly one of these. With excellent transport links, genuinely world class cuisine, and enough cultural heritage to fill hundreds of museums and galleries, this wonderful city is the ideal place for a city-break, or even a great base for a longer journey around the gorgeous country of Denmark, with its rolling countryside, friendly people, and phenomenally gorgeous fjords.

As a port city, water is the lifeblood of Copenhagen, even in the winters when the small lakes in the city centre freeze over and Danes rush to have snow fights on them. In spring, however, the city blooms into colour, with some gorgeous flora decorating the stylish modern and regally classical architecture that makes up the capital. Aside from all the culture to soak in, there’s plenty more to do, including just spending a day wondering around and eating and drinking whatever delights pass your way. Yes, when you get here, you’ll realise why so many people never want to leave: Copenhagen is for dreamers and workers, for the refined and the fun; it truly does have something for everyone.

   
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Spending in Copenhagen

  • Food

    3 course meal for 2: £75.97

  • Coffee

    A regular cappuccino: £4.57

  • Beer

    A medium beer: £5.84

  • Taxi

    One-way (Local Transport): £2.80 

Spending in Copenhagen

  • Food

    3 course meal for 2: £75.97

  • Coffee

    A regular cappuccino: £4.57

  • Beer

    A medium beer: £5.26

  • Taxi

    One-way (Local Transport):£2.80

Soundtrack of the city

Copenhagen climate…

The climate in Copenhagen is predictably cooler than a lot of places and the precipitation can be quite temperamental. Generally over the winter period you’ll get snow, and from around late March the temperature starts to slowly climb. Being so far north, if you go around the time of the solstice, you’ll get over 17 hours of daylight, and it does get warm enough for a t-shirt and shorts. If you’re keen to see the city all in white, February is probably your best bet, as that’s when there tends to be a flurry of snow that blankets the city.

Discover the real Copenhagen

Copenhagen is famous for its foodie culture, but even if you don’t want to spend half a month’s wage on something with fifty Michelin stars, you will still eat well. Drinkers will also have a great time: from the beer that runs as a lifeblood through the city to fancy cocktails at high end bars, there’s something for both the discerning and the less picky.

Where to begin with the attractions in Copenhagen? Cultural exhibits, autonomous regions in the heart of the city, and even some manmade beaches are just some of the things to see and do here, meaning no matter what you want from your city break, you’re bound to find it. Even if you’re looking to get a bit further into nature, the city is surrounded by more wild regions for hikes and bike rides, so the rugged visitor won’t be disappointed either.

Copenhagen is, generally, expensive, and there are lots of tourists here, which means a lot of experiences that might not be as exciting or memorable as you’d like. However, we at Orbzii have done the research so you can have an incredible, authentic experience, without any of the hassle of picking and choosing between masses of options, or accidentally ending up somewhere that doesn’t live up to the standards you deserve from your holiday.

Food & Drink

Copenhagen is famous for its foodie culture, but even if you don’t want to spend half a month’s wage on something with fifty Michelin stars, you will still eat well. Drinkers will also have a great time: from the beer that runs as a lifeblood through the city to fancy cocktails at high end bars, there’s something for both the discerning and the less picky.

See & do

Where to begin with the attractions in Copenhagen? Cultural exhibits, autonomous regions in the heart of the city, and even some manmade beaches are just some of the things to see and do here, meaning no matter what you want from your city break, you’re bound to find it. Even if you’re looking to get a bit further into nature, the city is surrounded by more wild regions for hikes and bike rides, so the rugged visitor won’t be disappointed either.

Guides & Tips

Copenhagen is, generally, expensive, and there are lots of tourists here, which means a lot of experiences that might not be as exciting or memorable as you’d like. However, we at Orbzii have done the research so you can have an incredible, authentic experience, without any of the hassle of picking and choosing between masses of options, or accidentally ending up somewhere that doesn’t live up to the standards you deserve from your holiday.

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