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Departure Thu, 28 Mar Return Thu, 04 Apr
STN London
CPH Copenhagen
return from £27
Departure Wed, 27 Mar Return Wed, 03 Apr
EDI Edinburgh
CPH Copenhagen
return from £31
Departure Wed, 27 Mar Return Mon, 01 Apr
MAN Manchester
CPH Copenhagen
return from £59
Departure Sat, 13 Apr Return Tue, 16 Apr
BCN Barcelona
CPH Copenhagen
return from £135
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Travelling to Copenhagen

Copenhagen Attractions

Copenhagen is a cosmopolitan city and the capital of Denmark. Cool bars, trendy restaurants and cutting-edge design embody much of Copenhagen's contemporary style. The city was founded in the 11th century so there are also plenty of historic sights to see and most are within walking distance of each other. The old quarter and canals around Nyhavn are lined with 17th and 18th century townhouses, while the maze of cobbled streets and picturesque squares also reveal treasures such as the Tivoli Gardens and the Copenhagen Opera House. In winter the city is cosy and festive; in summer open-air concerts, picnics in the parks and festivals abound. Discover here the best deals for a Flight + Hotel to Copenhagen!

Things to do in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a compact city meaning you can fit in many of the sights easily. Delve into the city's past by exploring its significant landmarks and monuments, palaces and canals, or embrace a different side by strolling through freetown Christiania. As a stylish nation, the city is brimming with designer boutiques and chic stores, while the city's cultural heritage can be discovered in the museums and galleries.

On a trip to Copenhagen be sure to:

  • Walk through Tivoli Gardens dotted with historic buildings and magical gardens
  • Ride the city's oldest rollercoaster that dates back to 1914
  • During warmer months soak up the atmosphere in the parks and enjoy an open-air concert
  • Don't miss the festive Christmas markets and enjoying gløgg (hot wine) in wintertime
  • Visit the city's most famous landmark, the sculpture of the Little Mermaid in Langelinje Pier
  • See the Kronborg Castle in Elsinore, one of northern Europe's finest Renaissance castles, built in the 16th century
  • Take a look inside Christiansborg Palace and the Great Hall filled with the Queen's tapestries
  • Get a taste of alternative Copenhagen at freetown Christiania in the district of Christianshavn
  • Have dinner in an atmospheric eatery in Nyhavn overlooking the attractive waterfront
  • Learn about Denmark's Viking history at the National Museum
  • Explore the underwater world, coral reefs and exotic fish at the National Aquarium Denmark, northern Europe's largest aquarium
  • Be inspired by the ARKEN Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj, just south of Copenhagen
  • Go shopping for trendy Danish fashion and cool Scandinavian design
Copenhagen

Copenhagen Airports

Copenhagen Airport is Denmark's main international airport. It is one of the busiest airports in the region and a hub for northern Europe operating direct flights to 156 destinations, 32 of which are long haul. The airport also serves Malmo in southern Sweden.

  • Copenhagen Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of international airlines operate flights to Copenhagen including: Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, which has been recognized as one of the Top 15 airlines in the world, according to eDreams Best Airlines study 2016, and Thomas Cook Airlines.

    Location

    Copenhagen Airport is situated on the small island of Amager about 5 miles outside of the centre of the city and about 15 miles from the city of Malmo in Sweden.

    Transportation

    There are several ways to travel to and from the airport. The metro is located above Terminal 3 and frequent trains run in the same direction to the city centre. You can also take the train from Terminal 3 (between Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 there is a shuttle bus which takes about 5 minutes). Regular trains head to Copenhagen Central Station in about 15 minutes. There is also the bus number 5A that goes to the central station and City Hall Square (in about 30-35 minutes). Taxis are available outside each terminal.

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