8 reasons why Christmas in Copenhagen is extra magical
Christmas in Copenhagen is all about the lights, the gløgg, æbleskiver, hygge, frosty walks about town and having a real cozy time. Here are 8 handpicked tips for you.
It's hard to find a time of the year where the Copenhagen streets are more empty than during dinner time on 24 December. This is why you should find yourself a cosy restaurant to nestle up in and enjoy a delicious Copenhagen Christmas dinner. Here are a some of the best options.
Another fun activity in the December winter wonderland in Copenhagen is ice skating. Here's a few of our favourite places where you can show what you've got.
Every winter, Frederiksberg Runddel, by the entrance to Frederiksberg Garden, is transformed into a wonderful ice rink which allows you to have fun on the ice throughout the winter season. Admission to the ice rink at Frederiksberg Runddel in Copenhagen is free, and everyone is welcome...
Tivoli’s ice skating rink in front of the Nimb Hotel is quite the centerpiece of Winter in Tivoli. Tivoli serves as the perfect backdrop for some fun on the ice. Ice skating is free of charge once admission to Tivoli has been paid. You can bring your own skates or hire on site.
The harbour-front Broen's Ice Rink welcomes the whole family to their 600 m2 ice rink located in the heart of the city. At the end of the Inner Harbour Bridge, you will find Copenhagen's new ice rink. Broens Ice Rink is the latest addition of places where Copenhageners and visitors ali...
Here's a glimpse of what Christmas in Copenhagen is like.
Get our editorial staff's 5 personal favourites to Copenhagen in December, or go shower yourself in glistening Christmas lights.