Kalvebod Fælled | Photo: Astrid Maria Rasmussen

Copenhagen is Best in Travel 2019!

The avid travelers at Lonely Planet have asked themselves “which cities are the best to visit right now?” and have decided that Copenhagen is #1.

Guide: Spring in Copenhagen

Here is how to make the most of the spring in Copenhagen. 

Day trips from Copenhagen | Dragør

Go beyond the city limit

With everything from stunning nature to world-famous castles - and even a different country - just a short train ride or drive away, the reasons to go beyond Copenhagen are many. 

See where to eat in Copenhagen

Copenhagen restaurant guide

Bistros, food markets, budget and Michelin-starred restaurants. Let's guide you to the best.

4 seasons, 4 guides

4 guides to the 4 seasons ready for you to explore

Copenhagen on a budget

Copenhagen on a budget

If you want to squeeze as much as possible out of Copenhagen, without blowing your travel budget, here are some great affordable and free activities.

How to get around in Copenhagen

Confused yet? We will tell you all about zones, prices, different means of transportation, rules and regulations. 

Sightseeing tours in Copenhagen

Copenhagen offers lots of great guided or self-guided tours on foot, bus, bike or boat.

Editor's choice: 5 tips for this month

See which five carefully selected tips our editorial team has for this month in Copenhagen.

Cykelslangen | Photo: Thomas Høyrup Christensen

Bike city Copenhagen

Copenhagen has one of the world's most dedicated bike cultures. In fact, the city has more bicycles than people. Experience the city like a local.

Postcards from Copenhagen | VisitCopenhagen X The British Journal of Photography

Postcards from Copenhagen

In collaboration with The British Journal of Photography, we had three talented photographers capture Copenhagen from new perspectives.

Plan your stay

All the practical information you'll ever need. Where to stay, how to get around, admission, tickets and everything else. 

LGBT Copenhagen

Guide to LGBT Copenhagen

Copenhageners are open-minded, relaxed and tolerant people, and the capital city has long been a playground for both local and visiting LGBT persons. Here you can be free, open and most of all yourself.

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