This one is only for the bold ones. Jump in the clean, crisp (but pretty cold) water and get the best sauna experience you can imagine at this wood-heated sauna. Let La Banchina in Refshaleøen treat you to well-deserved and heartwarming meal afterwards.
Start your day off at The Corner of restaurant 108, little brother to the Michelin starred restaurant, noma. Every morning, you can get your quick-fix of freshly brewed coffee and homemade Danish pastry.
Hop into a kayak to experience Copenhagen from a different perspective. With Kayak Republic, you get to visit their Finnish barrel sauna afterwards for a “warm completion of the tour” as they say. If you’re new to kayaking, there are plenty of guided tours that will take you safely around the canals.
If you're lucky enough to get some beautiful snow while you'r here, consider it the perfect opportunity to wander the small, cobble stone streets in the historic center as a littel snow shower just adds a little extra hygge to everything.
Conditori La Glace from 1870 is Denmark’s oldest confectionery, and in the beautiful old-fashioned rooms, you’ll be served small pieces of delicious art. Try for instance the specialty of the house, Sports cake, with your afternoon tea or their famous hot chocolate.