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Exclusive Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a world-class city for the discerning and sophisticated clientele. With five-star hotels, Michelin restaurants and Danish design, Copenhagen has marked itself as an exclusive destination.

24 hours in Copenhagen



Jewish Museum

Jewish Heritage in Copenhagen

The history of the Jewish community in Denmark is an amazing story of creative brilliance and of dramatic rescue during World War II. Among the great Danes of Jewish descent are Nobel-winning physicist Niels Bohr and legendary architect Arne Jacobsen.


Copenhagen on a Budget


Stay at one of CABINN's four central low-cost hotels or at the designer Generator Hostel.

Frederikssund Viking Play

Viking Heritage


One of Denmark’s oldest towns
The magnificent 14th-century Roskilde Cathedral is a pantheon to 20 Danish kings and 17 queens and enjoys UNESCO World Heritage patronage. Denmark’s Viking King Harald Bluetooth was laid to rest in Roskilde 1000 years ago.

48 hours in Copenhagen





Explore Copenhagen in 24 hours

Start the day with breakfast at Torvehallerne. At that time, there are not many people but it is nice to sit by the windows or outside in quiet surroundings while sleepy Copenhagen wakes up.

Enjoy the Easter break in Copenhagen: Perfect for children and their families

The Easter break in Copenhagen is filled with adventures for children of all ages. The possibilities are many - find inspiration in this guide, and make the most of your Easter holiday in Copenhagen.

The Old Stage at The Royal Theatre | PR Photo

Ballet, opera & theatre

Are you an opera, ballet or theatre enthusiast? Then you have come to the right city! With its historic charm and old, authentic buildings, Copenhagen makes the perfect setting for a breathtaking opera, ballet or theatre experience. Lean back and watch the ballet dancers dance across the stage, take a sneak peak behind the curtains, or listen to opera in green surroundings. The opportunities are endless and here is our favourites.

Roskilde Festival | Photo Per Lange

Our favourite music festivals

Copenhagen is a festival city, where you can experience celebrations of everything from jazz to blues to heavy metal. In June, heavy metal takes over Refshaleøen for Copenhell, and during the first week of July, the biggest music festival in Northern Europe, Roskilde Festival, commences west of the city, while jazz takes over the capital itself. Copenhagen is also home to countless other music festivals. Please note, we edit the list according to season and announced dates.

Roskilde Festival | Photo: Thomas Høyrup Christensen

The best festivals

Copenhagen is a city of festivals. All kinds. Music festivals and week-long street parties, food and fashion festivals as well as days of culture. There is always something to do and an event to attend in the Danish capital. However we have handpicked our top 10 favourite festivals of the year. 

Photo: Ty Stange

Sightseeing suppliers

Strömma (Sightseeing bus tours, Canal boats, Theme cruises and Individual charter busses)
DK-1436 Copenhagen C
Phone: +45 32 963 000


From world-renowned art museums, historic museums, castles and palaces to parks, statues and adventures for kids. Copenhagen has attractions and sights to suit every taste and interest – and most of them are within walking distance. Here is a list of our recommended attractions.

Magstræde in Copenhagen | Photo: Thomas Høyrup Christensen

Alternative sightseeing

The tour operators of Copenhagen are quite creative when it comes to alternative ways for you to discover Copenhagen. Whether it is from the water – but not aboard the typical cruises – or it’s from the air or on a segway, there are many ways to go sightseeing. Along with a local guide or on your own. 

Hans Christian Andersen statue, photo Connie Maria Westergaard

In the footsteps of famous Danes

Copenhagen and Denmark is home to a couple of famous people whose bodies have passed, but whose spirits are still very much alive in the Danish capital. Besides kings and queens, famous citizens like Hans Christian Andersen, Søren Kierkegaard, Karen Blixen, Niels Bohr and Arne Jacobsen walked the streets of Copenhagen. Walk in their dusty footsteps and discover their legacies.

Cruising through Christianshavns Canal | Photo: Ty Stange

Boat tours

Copenhagen is an old harbour and maritime city, and one of the most beautiful and enjoyable ways to see it, is from a boat sailing down its charming canals. Take a traditional canal tour boat or a romantic gondola, be the captain of your own solar energy-driven boat, be adventurous in a kayak, or go fishing. The possibilities on water are endless.

Copenhagen canals | Photo Ty Stange

Sightseeing tours

In Copenhagen you will find tons of different ways to experience the city. Walk, drive, sail, bike or eat your way through town.

Bibliotekshaven | Photo: Ida Gjorup

Copenhagen in the footsteps of Søren Kierkegaard

Even though philosopher and writer Søren Kierkegaard's life and work today interests the whole world, he was himself a very local fellow. He put his mark on the city - physically as well as spiritually. Kierkegaard walked the streets of Copenhagen, and his promenades are world famous.