TRANSPORT TO THE AIRPORT
The quickest route from the airport to the city centre is via train or metro. I took the train to Copenhagen Central Station. You need to pay 38 DKK (around $6) and it takes 15 minutes to get there.
HOTEL “SCANDIC PALACE HOTEL”
Across the street from City Hall Square. This redbrick hotel is a 2-minute walk from the bustling Ströget shopping area and a 5-minute walk from Copenhagen Central Station.
The breakfast buffet was spectacular!
It is an amusement park and pleasure gardens in Copenhagen.
It is a 17th-century waterfront, canal and entertainment district lined by brightly colored townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants.
During Christmas time, the picturesque old harbour Nyhavn is transformed into one of the cosiest Christmas markets. At the Nyhavn Christmas market, you will find entertainment, delicious Christmas foods and brews, mulled wine and much more. All along the water in the old harbour, stalls are set up and decorated, offering traditional Danish Christmas specialities and Christmas presents.
It is the autonomous anarchist district in Denmark’s capital, where you can experience the open cannabis trade.
“You are now entering the UE” gate.
STATUE OF THE LITTLE MERMAID
It is a bronze statue depicting a mermaid becoming human. The sculpture is displayed on a rock by the waterside at the Langelinie promenade.
ST. ALBAN’S CHURCH
It is the home of the Danish royal family.
CHRISTMAS MARKET FOOD
You definitely should try the Lobster Bisque soup!
THE ROUND TOWER: RUNDETAARN
It is a 17th-century tower located in central Copenhagen.
Entrance fee: 25 DKK ($4)
“Bering House of Flowers”
The beautiful 400-year-old castle is situated in central Copenhagen’s popular park, The King’s Garden.
NYHAVN and STROGET ST.
Stroget is a pedestrian, car free shopping area.
A big no-no!