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Copenhagen Pocket Guide

Images Of Copenhagen

Copenhagen, the largest city and capital of Denmark, is hugely popular with visitors thanks to its mix of modern attractions and old school charm. From the Little Mermaid to the free-town of Christiania, this city has its own unique character, where historical buildings rub shoulders with slick shopping streets, numerous restaurants and a huge variety or bars, all among a network of canals.


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In The Guide

  • Cheap Eats Learn the best places to sample Danish pastries, top-notch vegetarian cuisine and more at great prices.
  • Don't Miss The iconic Little Mermaid is just one of the great attractions Copenhagen has to offer. Check out some great places to visit during your stay.
  • Copenhagen for Free From top-class museums to beautiful gardens, Copenhagen has lots of awesome things to do for free.
  • A Day in Copenhagen... Find out how to spend the ultimate day in Denmark's capital city, Copenhagen

Copenhagen City Reviews

  • 100%

    JacJacJackie

    This is a Great City

    I really loved Copenhagen. I'm not sure I can put it in words. The people who live here are some of the happiest, friendliest locals I have come across in 17 years of backpacking. 70-80% of the city commutes by bicycle daily. Its got great cafes, great nightlife, a lovely Old Town, lots of harbour and lake areas to explore, it's a little expensive (so is all of scandinavia), but less expensive than other counties. All in all- a great city to visit

    Insider Tip:Hire a bike and explore the sizeable city in a quick way. Find flea markets on saturdays and sundays and use "spottedbylocals.com" to find the cool areas to hang out in.

  • 70%

    maria58

    Copenhagen!

    It was a very clean and seemingly very organized city. It was a little bit expensive for me but the people were very happy and nice. i liked strolling through the different neighborhoods.

    Insider Tip:Go to nearby Sweden...it's right there! Also catch a ferry to Bornholm. It's awesome. There are a lot of options for public transport out of the city and the public transport into the city was quick and organized.

  • 100%

    jhh343

    Great Bike Friendly City

    This city was very nice but a little spread out. It was not real easily walkable. Tivoli was really cool to see and the city also had many more little surprises to reveal.

    Insider Tip:I would suggest renting bikes. It is not real expensive and the city is so bike friendly. There are even bike parking lots because there are so many bikes.

  • 90%

    monicamarieate1734

    Go to Copenhagen!

    Copenhagen was great! I loved this city so much. It was so pretty and felt very safe. I could've spent many more days there. It was easy for us to get around and people were pretty friendly and helpful. The canal tour was really cool to see too. I highly recommend going to Copenhagen!

  • 80%

    martatina

    Copenhagen is a great and friendly city!

    Lovely city, friendly people. Great sites, open areas. Great system of public transport . it is very easy to get around the city and its surroundings.

    Insider Tip:It is worth to purchase a CPH card and enjoy even more of Copenhagen!

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