Discover Copenhagen, the fairytale city of Andersen
The capital of Denmark, whose images have traveled around the world through the classic tales of Hans Christian Andersen, is a dream destination for young and old. Visit every corner of this bustling city and let it move you.
In the city where cars are redundant, get on a bike and start an exciting exploration. Wander through the popular urban districts of Vesterbro and Norrebo and experience the bustling cafes, restaurants and shops for all tastes. Admire the impressive architecture of Copenhagen and stop at the National Gallery of Denmark, the Design Museum and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek to be enchanted by its artistic culture.
Take a stroll along the Stroget shopping street and head to the historic port of Nyhavn. Prepare the cameras, because you will see the most characteristic image of the port with a background of colorful houses. Head to the famous statue of the little mermaid and combine your walk with a walk among the local shops in the area. Organize an excursion to the green cemetery of Assistens Kirkegaard, one of the most interesting and green oases in the Nørrebro region, and in the meantime allow yourself to adopt a beloved custom of the locals and make fun of the endless greenery.
Food and local cuisine
In recent years, Denmark has developed into a gastronomic paradise. Combining traditional local delicacies as well as international cuisine awarded and recognized worldwide, Copenhagen will satisfy lovers of good food. Try the traditional ristet hot dog, and explore the city's famous street food cuisine. Of course you should try a smorrebrod (canapés), which is a trademark of the country's tradition. Prefer local delicacies such as caramelized potatoes, red cabbage and a dish from the wide variety of egg cooking they have.
The best season to visit Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a destination you can visit all months of the year. However, from May-October the temperatures are more ideal and high for your walks.
How to move around Copenhagen
Transfer from/to Copenhagen
In Copenhagen you can travel by air from Athens and Thessaloniki as it has the largest airport in Denmark, which is located just 8 km from the city center. Your transfer from the airport to the city center can be done either by train, metro, or taxi.
Copenhagen has an organized transport network consisting of buses and the metro. The single ticket costs 1.60 euros and is valid for both media. Of course there is the possibility of a 24-hour card (18 euros) for your convenience. Of course, the most common mode of transport in Copenhagen is the bicycle which will allow you to get to know every corner of this place.