Here’s our Essential 🇩🇰 COPENHAGEN Travel Guide 🇩🇰, giving you EVERYTHING you need to know to travel better for your own Danish adventure!
WE LOVED COPENHAGEN! From the Danish pastries that erm, aren’t actually from Denmark. To the stunning Tivoli Gardens, The iconic Little Mermaid statue, and the colourful street of Nyhavn. Copenhagen is a mini-adventure for anyone who loves the land of Scandi, and the Hygge concept that us Brits can’t get enough of!
Need more on Denmark?
Discover Copenhagen – https://youtu.be/FkObuwgx0vU
Copenhagen Vlog – https://youtu.be/1dpEhRGOA1U
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Copenhagen Free Walking Tours – goo.gl/47SxyF
Donkey bikes – goo.gl/o8r9aY
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XE.com – goo.gl/kR1x
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Copenhagen Tourism – goo.gl/6Unbv2
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Welcome to a rainy and windy Copenhagen!
I love it here, it’s hub of scandi art and culture. It’s the home of the fashionable hygge concept and was voted the most bike friendly city in Europe. It feels like home. That feeling where you can’t describe why… but the vibrancy of the people, and the coziness of culture…its just a place you won’t forget in a hurry!
Coming up we’re gonna help you get around the city, learn some of the basic lingo, try some Danish delicacies, and give you some useful tourist tips but first of all we’re starting at the airport
Copenhagen airport is the largest in Scandinavia. It’s clean, modern and super efficient. From here the best ways to get into town are to take the metro or a taxi.
Metro platforms are at terminal three and all trains go into town, so no need to worry about getting the wrong one. Ticket machines only accept cards or coins, not notes – so watch out for that.
Taxis are available outside arrivals, costing around £35 and it takes about 20 minutes to get into town.
Copenhagen is one of the most bike friendly cities in Europe. So, grab a bike from one of the many places you can rent them here, get in the cycle lane, and go and tour the city in one of the most authentic ways possible.
We found a rather fantastic app while in Copenhagen. Donkey Republic allows you to hire a bike right from your phone almost anywhere in the city. Each bike is unlocked with bluetooth, so just select your location, find your numbered bike and away you go.