Copenhagen Vacation Packages
Copenhagen mixes a fascinating heritage with stylish modern designs. Explore the charming city with its beautiful harbors, cycling culture and great public transportation system to find out why Copenhagen is praised for its quality of life.
Copenhagen has an international airport and is also connected to all major European cities by bus, train and boat. Denmark is part of the EU, but the Danish kroner is still its currency. English is widely spoken in this multicultural capital of 600,000 people. To save money, purchase the cOPENhagen CARD and get free entry or attractive discounts on most of the major attractions, transportation, gear rental and restaurant meals.
Discover Copenhagen’s origins as a 12th-century fishing town in the City Museum and then try fresh seafood in the Nyhavn (New Harbor). The National Museum of Denmark shows how Vikings once ruled the surrounding waters. The Danish capital is on the strait between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Its northern location brings long winters, but visitors appreciate seeing the magic of the historic city draped in snow.
In summer, Copenhagen’s parks and waterfront precincts come alive and Tivoli Gardens opens its doors. This central location is one of the oldest theme parks in the world. Kids will also love the Copenhagen Zoo. To see where Denmark’s royals reside, head to Amalienborg Palace. From there, walk or cycle along the waterfront to find the sculpture of The Little Mermaid, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s beloved fairy tale.
The Round Tower also seems to emerge straight from the children’s books of this popular Danish author and the tall structure has some dark tales of its own. Another magnificent lookout point is the corkscrew-shaped spire of the 17th-century Church of Our Saviour. From its windows it is easy to see why so many people fall in love with Copenhagen.
Accommodation in Copenhagen
Before you pack your bags and make tracks to Copenhagen, make sure you visit the Copenhagen hotel guide to browse the capital's numerous accommodation options.
Why not start the quest for the perfect Copenhagen accommodation by looking into the latest deals of the luxurious Skt. Petri, located at Krystalgade 22, and the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen, at Hammerichsgade 1. Alternatively, the Marriott Copenhagen, at Kalvebod Brygge 5, and the Scandic Copenhagen, at Vester Søgade 6, are two value-for-money options worth investigating.
A highlight of any trip to Copenhagen is Tivoli Gardens. If you would prefer to stay within easy walking distance of the renowned attraction, the Scandic Palace Hotel and the Scandic Webers are both excellent options.