6 places to see Copenhagen in its autumn coat
Autumn is the season where Copenhagen really shows its true colours. We've picked out six spots in and around the city you should make sure to see if you want a bit of that autumnal vibe.
Orange is the new green, as the air gets crisper and the days shorten. Autumn (or fall) days in Copenhagen are a little less crowded and a peak season for “hygge”. Expect a mix of beautiful, sunny days - even some late summery ones calling for long walks outside, and the occasional wet or windy ones calling for indoor activities. Either way, this guide got you covered.
Copenhagen is a great city for art lovers and home to internationally acknowledged art museums, and also boasts some fantastic themed and historic museums. Here are the best of the lot; some in the lush outskirts of the city and others smack dap in the midst of it all.
Copenhagen oozes of history, with its cobblestone narrow streets, old timbered houses, ancient castles and palaces. Throughout the city, loads of museums specialize in the most important periods in Danish history, where you get to dive deep into the past. Here are the best of the bunch!
Why shouldn't you enjoy a good latte while creating your own jewellery? How about eating with locals that you have just been seated with? Or how about having a lager in historical surroundings? Here you'll find an array of good food and drink experiences, which offers a little more than the usual.
Pubs have always been a big part of Copenhagen, that's why you can find a lot of old and historical places throughout the city. The locals often use these places a lot, so if you want the local experience, these are the spots you need to find. Here is a list of our favourite pubs.
Communal dining has in recent years gotten more and more popular in Copenhagen. And to be fair, what's not to like about delicious and diverse food at reasonable prices combined with great company in a cozy environment? Here is our take on the best places for communal dining in Copenhagen....