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- 98%Local Culture
- 96%Family Travelers
- 96%Luxury Travelers
- 95%Adventure Travelers
- 54%History Buffs
- 54%Green Travelers
- 54%Art & Design Lovers
- 53%Business Travelers
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- CopenhagenMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Oct 14, 2013
Just arrived but already in love! Scandinavia is a breath of fresh air! So beautiful and unique. Keep in mind it is very expensive up here and that goes for all of Scandinavia. But worth seeing even if for only a short stay. Design is big in Scandinavia and eco-design has found it's home in Copenhagen. The history here is wild and unique, everything from the Vikings to modern times. And the city is very LGBT friendly with same sex couples commonly seen holding hands throughout the city.
- CopenhagenMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Apr 09, 2013
Absolutely loved the city of Copenhagen. Cobblestone streets and buildings full of history are all around, with palaces scattered throughout the city. A very bike-friendly town, with almost as many bicyclists as car traffic. The brightly colored town houses and buildings of Nyhavn are probably the most photographed area in Copenhagen, but certainly not the only worthy camera shot in the city.
- CopenhagenMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Jan 21, 2013
While it can be a little dreary in the winter thanks to the damp, dark, and chilly winter, Copenhagen is a wonderful city to visit, and supposedly one of the best to live in. One of the most environmentally friendly cities in the world, and home to the super friendly Danes, most of whom speak English. It is a fun place to visit and I hope to return in the not too distance future
- CopenhagenJan 04, 2013
I didn't get to spend a lot of time here as it was a work trip, but I will definitely be going back. Quirky, arty, cultural - just a beautiful place to be. We sat in one of the squares with a coffee and a bite to eat, the sun was streaming through - bliss!
- CopenhagenMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Dec 17, 2012
Copenhagen is delightful during the Christmas season. Small enough to walk to everything, and after shopping on the beautiful pedestrian streets downtown, the lively bars offer blankets and warmly lit outdoor heaters to go along with a cold beer or other favorite beverage. My favorite city for low cost, fantastically delicious dining. Artsy vibe.
- CopenhagenNov 01, 2012
Copenhagen, which real Danish name is Københaven, which means merchants harbour, is a very special and opened city, that I would suggest to everybody, young and old, to every kind of travellers.
People there are always so kind and always help you whenever you're in need.
The city is full of green, I would say wonderful! The water, also near the harbor is cleaned and there's no noisy, even in the city centre and in the most famous shopping street in Europe; I’m obviously talking about Strøget ( if you want to faugh for a long period, just ask a Dane to tell you the real pronunciation of this street!)
The best period to go in Copenhagen and have a bath near the beach is September, quite cold, but the water is incredibly warm; you will surely enjoy it.
Most of Copenhagen's areas are just for pedestrians or for bikes (Copenhagen cares about its environment and nature!), so it sounds a little bit like Amsterdam city and in fact it partially is: very quiet, beautiful and lovely, but completely different for its own architecture and the way it is! You will surely realise once there.
Just try to go to Amalienborg during the night, such as 1 a.m. or 2 a.m. (during Summer time/beginning of Autumn is better) and see the royal guards during their work protecting the palace. You will feel at home and free, like wondering in a enchanted land, at the same time.
If you'd love to go to restaurants just try Nyhavn, real meaning “new port” (pronunciation is quite different from the one we are used to, but personally in Copenhagen and Helsingør I used to love Danish language as much as their society, cities and people) and order fish, I sincerely still had never tried a so tasty fish as I tried there in Denmark.
Finally go to Christiania! But only for having fun, a strange kind of fun I’d say, because there it’s not the best place to buy something or live if you know what I mean.
I have so much to say about this city: hostels, people, trips, parks, famous historical figures, Hans Christian Andersen, Rosenborg slot, museums, history, Navy, churches, etc; but as time’s running out, for the moment I’m just going to tell you my opinion, which is: a special city for holiday, but also for living, that I suggest it to everybody! The atmosphere is special and you’d never regret it!
- CopenhagenOct 17, 2012
Comfortable city to get around in, walking is the best way. Tivoli Gardens is a must see, make it in the early evening to experience the lighted park. Denmark's jewels are displayed in Copenhagen and the King's and Queen's crowns are the best in Europe. Spend a day on Stroget Street, longest pedestrian shopping street.