A mixture of modern architecture, cutting edge design, and touches of history cloud the city of Copenhagen. Denmark’s capital city is set against a backdrop of canals, lakes, and the sea. It serves as the largest city in Scandinavia, yielding a wealth of attractions to explore for days, if not weeks.
Day Trips/Events in Copenhagen
Just beyond Copenhagen, fairytales lurk just drives away from the city centre. Dragor, the idyllic port is a nice day trip from Copenhagen to admire its unique architecture. Castles and palaces north of the city reign throughout Shakespeare and Denmark. Of particular notice near Copenhagen, the Bastions of Hamlet’s Castle stands poetically just outside of Copenhagen.
Being a lively city for the arts and culture, there is always some sort of gallery showing or concert going on in Copenhagen. Flea and craft markets are also ongoing in the city centre. If you enjoy a good Denmark brew, Copenhagen hosts beer festivals and events periodically.
Eating Out in Copenhagen
The city hosts countless world-class restaurants dishing out the best in international cuisines. Those more daring travellers can take in the local fare with some marinated reindeer meat, fresh lobster, or try traditional frikadeller, Danish meat balls. From French food to a fusion of modern Nordic influences, Copenhagen’s restaurants are not just modern and stylish in appearance.
Things to see/do in Copenhagen
Copenhagen bursts with things to do and sights to see. One of Europe’s top amusement parks rests in the city, the famous Tivoli. The Tivoli bears a mixture of natural and artificial designs. The city keeps on giving with the tales of its former residents. The Den Lille Havfue, or The Little Mermaid, draws crowd from all over the city the city. Creator Hans Christian Andersen lived in Copenhagen. Other attractions include the Rosenborg Castle, constructed between 1606 and 1634. Not to mention, Copenhagen hosts some of the leading museums and art galleries in Scandinavian including the National Museum and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts. For the free spirit side of Copenhagen, the Christiania Free Commune supplies with its free-living way of life.
While Copenhagen is largely a pedestrian friendly city, those looking to make day trips from the city centre can hire a car from Argus Car Hire. Argus brings their customers in Copenhagen a variety of options and packages for their transportation needs while in Denmark.
Our suppliers for cheap car hire in Copenhagen are Avis, Europcar and Sixt.
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