Editor's choice: Our 5 picks for January in Copenhagen
By Asger Jensen,Editor of VisitCopenhagen and part of the editorial staff who each month share their personal tips to Copenhagen.
The season of hygge, Christmas markets, woolen sweaters, candlelight and good times with the ones you love. Winter in Copenhagen can be quite special, and we're here to guide you.
The season of hygge, Christmas markets, woolen sweaters, candlelight and good times with the ones you love. Winter in Copenhagen is when we snuggle up to make to most of this dark season, and this guide is here to help you understand just what it is that makes a Copenhagen winter special. ...
Most people will think of summer-time when they hear the word festival. In Copenhagen, festivals are an all-year-round thing, and two of the best ones takes place in the winter.
Don't worry if the weather isn't on your side, Copenhagen offers loads of indoor fun. Also, we have an old Danish saying stating that there is no bad weather - only bad attire.
Shopping in Copenhagen is always a pleasure but the best time to do it is definitely in the winter. Why you might ask? Sale. It varies from store to store but in general, the sale starts after Christmas and lasts a month or so. Check out our guide to Shopping in Copenhagen for inspiration....
In Copenhagen, creativity is everywhere. From the crafty shops and galleries filling the local streets, to the inviting urban space, to the modern and historic masterpieces decorating the grand halls of the city’s magnificent museums. Winter is the perfect time to explore.
Let's guide you to the best places to eat and drink, go with kids, places for endless exploration - and let's help with all the practical stuff too.