Tivoli Gardens in the heart of Copenhagen is a must for Copenhageners in the winter, as the garden transforms into a white winter wonderland with all your heart desires.
Nyhavn with its beautifully colored houses are not only a summer-sight, as it in the winter becomes filled with Christmas lights, lit fireplaces and loads of steaming hot gløgg.
Kgs. Nytorv is home to some of the best Christmas displays in all of Copenhagen. Hotel D’angleterre decorates the beautiful newly renovated hotel in a themed display with big light curtains on the sides. Right next door, you’ll find Magasin Du Nord’s many windows with lights shining bright.
In Denmark, Christmas lunches are tradition and companies and friends alike joins in drinking ‘snaps’, eating pickled herring and enjoying chocholaty treats as a celebration. Do as the danes and try a traditional Christmas lunch at Restuarant Kronborg.
Ice skating rink at Frederiksberg Runddel
Nothing says winter like an outdoor ice skating rink! In Copenhagen you’ll find several, but a local favorite is the one at Frederiksberg Runddel, which is beautifully decorated with lights when it gets dark.
This Christmas, Copenhagen ZOO is lit by no less than 200,000 Christmas lights. The iconic ZOO tower has even been wrapped completely in lights and casts its beautiful sheen all over the park.