Copenhagen is a lovely city to visit any time of the year, but perhaps even more so during the summer. The city is situated right at the waterfront and the sea is an integrated part of Copenhagen.
It is easy to reach Copenhagen via air. The airport Kastrup is almost in the middle of the city, and it is connected to the city via both trains and the metro. Hovedbangården, the central train station, is located right at the heart of the city, so should you prefer staying on the ground, railway is a good option.
Make a reservation at a design hotel in Copenhagen, and you are all set for a lovely trip into the Danish capital.
Discover The City On Wheels
Everybody in Copenhagen go by bike. All the time. And they go fast, so do keep an eye out when walking. That being said, renting or borrowing a bike is a great way of seeing the capital the way the citizens see it.
Take your bike to see Den lille havfrue, the little mermaid. She sits on a stone at Langelinie. It is a statue in bronze from 1913. The mermaid was inspired by the story by HC Andersen, a famous Danish writer.
Then head back into the city and enjoy a lunch at Ködbyen, the Meatpacking District. Here you will find for example the brewbar Warpigs and the restaurant Gorilla. There are also a number of galleries so once you have eaten, you can satisfy your hunger for art as well.
Spend The Evening At Tivoli
Tivoli is the amusement park in Copenhagen. It is right next to Hovedbangården, in the middle of the city. There are numerous rides, popcorn stands, ice cream parlours and restaurants available. And, of course, lots and lots of scary, funny, exciting and wild rides for the brave at heart.
At Tivoli, there are also concerts regularly. If you are lucky you can catch musicians such as Tom Jones or Lauryn Hill.There is also a ballet theatre with its own ballet company, giving performances almost every day.