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Copenhagen Travel Tips

Seasons to Visit Copenhagen Vacation Rentals

For many people, it is a natural choice to visit Europe in the summer months. You can then benefit from the long warm days, and get around easily to all the major tourist sites. Copenhagen is a popular summer vacation destination; from early June to late August, the city is packed with visitors from all over the world each year. If you want to avoid the crowds but still enjoy moderately warm weather, plan your travels for the months of May or September. December is another popular time of year to visit to you can experience all the Christmas festivities.

Copenhagen Travel Attractions

Copenhagen is a city with a rich cultural heritage. It is home to Europe’s oldest monarchy and has some incredibly beautiful architecture. There are no less than four royal palaces in the city center. The Amalienborg Palace is the residence of the current monarch, Queen Margrethe II. The royal palaces were built by Danish noble families in the late 1700s and are hailed as some of the greatest architectural masterpieces in Europe. The buildings have been beautifully preserved and if you visit at noon, you can witness the changing of the guard. When in residence, the royal coat of arms is flown outside the palaces to indicate the queen’s presence.

The City Hall Square is one of the largest in Europe and can accommodate up to 50,000 people. When major events take place, huge big-screen televisions are often set up in the square and the area takes on a festival-type vibe. Just off the square is the world-famous Tivoli amusement park. Here, you can enjoy rides and rollercoasters, fine dining, live entertainment, art galleries and cafés. Around Christmastime each year, the park is transformed into a magical winter wonderland, complete with colorful lights and special Christmas treats. On the other side of the square is the famous pedestrian street Stroget. The city has many museums, art galleries, shops and excellent restaurants. It is a city that is easy to explore and offers a treasure trove of attractions.

Options for Finding an Accommodation in Copenhagen

Most vacation rentals in Copenhagen are apartments located conveniently near the city center. Many apartments are in historic old building that have been lovingly restored and equipped to modern standards. Have the convenience of the metro or public bus stop virtually on your doorstep so you can get to see all the city sites. The apartments are generally only suited for couples or smaller families as they accommodate between two and four adults. Living areas and bedrooms are compact but have enough space for short stays.

Traveling to Denmark Vacation Rentals in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a city that is easily accessible from almost anywhere in the world. New York City is just a seven-hour flight away and Tokyo is 10 hours away by plane. The Copenhagen Airport is a major hub in Northern Europe and Scandinavia. It serves not only the city of Copenhagen but also the neighboring city of Malmo in Sweden. The airport is located just south of the Copenhagen’s city center in an area known as Amager. The metro provides easy access to the airport from the city and a one-way journey takes just about 14 minutes. There are also buses and taxis that provide transport to arriving and departing visitors. Car rental is easily available from the airport. Copenhagen can be reached by rail or road from Sweden, and by ferry from Norway, Germany and Poland. There are daily ferries that connect Copenhagen with other parts of Denmark and neighboring European cities. Once in Copenhagen, getting around is made easy by the metro and public bus transportation system. You can get almost anywhere within the city with buses and trains that operate every five to 20 minutes.

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