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|9.4K properties have a dedicated workspace|
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|3.3K properties allow pets|
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Your guide to Copenhagen
All About Copenhagen
Constantly on the cutting edge of city living, Copenhagen is simultaneously innovative and utilitarian, known for its contemporary architecture, bike-friendly streets, and eco-consciousness. The Danish capital’s focus on design and infrastructure is clear to see, from its tremendous network of bike paths and proficient public metro system to unique parks, museums, and dynamic buildings — check out Amager Bakke, also known as Copenhill, an eco-friendly power plant with an artificial ski slope on its roof.
Copenhagen’s enthusiasm for modernity owes much to its cultural, industrial, and artistic history, which is on full display at its landmarks and museums, including the Neo-Baroque Christiansborg Palace, the vibrantly coloured buildings of Nyhavn, the National Gallery of Denmark, and the Workers Museum, which showcases exhibits and artefacts that spotlight 150 years of industrial history. Whether it’s browsing Stroget’s assemblage of shops and restaurants or spending the day at Tivoli Gardens historic amusement park, this thriving city on the water embraces the new while cherishing the old.
The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Copenhagen
Spring and summer are the best seasons to visit Copenhagen, when the warmer weather allows for walking tours around the cobbled streets, flea markets, open-air cinema screenings, and other sunshine events. Boat trips across the Øresund and the city’s multiple harbourfront swimming pools are also at their most pleasant from spring through to autumn. Throughout the summer, the region hosts a wide range of music and cultural festivals, including a three-day live music event that’s one of Europe’s largest. From December to March, Copenhagen becomes a winter wonderland with its famous holiday markets, outdoor ice-skating spots, and colourful buildings offering some festive cheer amid the snow. Just remember to wrap up warm for the dark Scandinavian nights.
Top things to do in Copenhagen
One of Copenhagen’s most popular attractions is Tivoli Gardens, the world’s second-oldest operating amusement park, established in 1843. A combination of historic roller coasters, rides, restaurants, and enchanting gardens, Tivoli is a dazzling world of entertainment that’s unrivalled in terms of its scope and historical significance. When hunger strikes, head to a traditional hot dog kiosk.
Discover a world of design history and Denmark’s golden legacy at this comprehensive museum featuring a huge collection of ceramics, textiles, furnishings, graphic works, and industrial pieces. Founded in 1890, the museum displays captivating exhibits and displays within a striking Rococo-style building that was formerly a hospital.
Copenhagen on a bicycle
Rent a bicycle at one of the dozens of hubs throughout the city and take in Copenhagen’s sights as the locals do. The dazzling network of bike pathways and bridges is largely considered the greatest in the world, and all the city’s myriad attractions can be reached on two wheels. Not sure where to start? Guided bike tours are readily available.