Christmas this year will not be like any Christmas we have known so far. So why not try something completely different, and try out a bit of the Danish hygge for Christmas this year? Naturally, you don’t have to spend the actual Christmas in Denmark (but if you do, remember that the Danes celebrate the big thing on the 24th, not the 25th), but visiting the Danish capital in December will provide you with lots and lots of Christmas feeling.
So book a room at a hotel in Copenhagen, located right in the heart of the city, and prepare to get into the Christmas mood.
Two of the most famous Christmas markets in Copenhagen are the ones in Nyhavn and at Kongens Nytorv. Luckily, those two places are located just next to each other, so you can easily walk between them, even if you’ve had a cup of glühwein or a Christmas beer.
Prepare for a festive feeling with lots of stalls where you can buy Christmas presents, craft and Christmas decorations in abundance.
Christmas at Tivoli
Tivoli gardens is a magical place all year around, but even more so in December. The park is lit up by thousands and thousands of lamps, creating a truly amazing and awe inspiring atmosphere. Just inside the main entrance is the huge decorated Christmas tree and all around the park there are pieces of magic spread out for you to discover.
This year, to make your visit virus safe, you need to book it in advance.