Copenhagen winter days
Copenhagen might be a bit chilly in the winter, but really, that is part of the charm of a good nordic city break. And let's not forget that the city is explored best both indoors and outdoors.
Danes rank among the world's most happy people. In Copenhagen and the beautiful surrounding region, you'll learn why. The buzzing capital mixes royal history, modern architecture and loads of culture with sustainable living and a mouthwatering restaurant scene. Get to know Copenhagen right here and fuel your wanderlust even more over on our VisitCopenhagen Instagram account.
Get to know the sustainable Copenhagen and how you can make the most eco-friendly choices when visiting.Hot the streets, the harbour bath, the restaurants and attractions.
The Copenhagen restaurant scene is one of the world’s most innovative. We really got some front runners that challenge the whole idea of food, how it’s cooked and experienced. But why is that so? Let’s take a look from afar and see if we can catch a glimpse of the big picture.
Copenhagen has been awarded UNESCO-UIA - World Capital of Architecture in recognition of its strong legacy within architecture and innovative urban development, along with its high ambitions on climate, sustainability solutions, and liveability.
Get the insider tips to a perfect winter trip to cozy Copenhagen or learn what makes the city a frontrunner in sustainability and what eco-friendly choices you can take while you’re here.
Copenhagen is divided into a pack of very different yet equally loveable neighbourhoods, each with their own distinct vibes and looks. From gritty and industrial Refshaleøen to the slightly posh and classy Frederiksberg, Copenhagen has a neighbourhood to fit any liking. Dive in and dig dee...
Home to one of the oldest monarchies in the world with a history tracing back to the Viking Age. History is everywhere in Copenhagen where cobblestone streets, palaces and royal artefacts make for a beautiful backdrop to the modern life lived by the Copenhageners of today.
Let some of Copenhagen's experts on gastronomy, culture and urban development explain just what it is that makes their beloved city unique in its own great-tasting, creative and beautiful way.
In Editor's Choice, the different editors of Visitcopenhagen take turns in recommending 5 places on their personal bucket list for the coming month. Published once a month, Editor's Choice is a great chance to get an insight into how the local Copenhageners use the city.
With a state-of-the-art metro, smooth public transport, short distances and status as the best bike city in the world, getting around town to experience everything couldn't be easier than in Copenhagen.