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Tivoli Hotel

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1 swimming pool
Parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Pet friendly
Non-smoking rooms
Bar

Steel House Copenhagen

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Parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
good Fitness Center
24-hour front desk
Bar

Wakeup Copenhagen – Borgergade

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Parking
Free WiFi
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk
Bar

Cabinn City

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Free WiFi
Non-smoking rooms
24-hour front desk
Terrace
Elevator
Laundry

Urban House Copenhagen by MEININGER

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Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk
Bar

Generator Copenhagen

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Parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Bar

COPENHAGEN BREAKS

Copenhagen is a city famous for its tradition, and widely considered to be one of the most popular destinations in Scandinavia.

It now stands as the proud capital of Denmark and home to most of the country’s landmarks, but it wasn’t always a comfortable place to live. Poverty was a huge problem during the medieval era when this once small fishing village struggled to get by.

Thankfully for the Danish, times have changed and the country has prospered. Home to nearly 2 million people, Copenhagen sits on the island of Sealand. It is the largest city in Denmark and a hugely influential region in the way that the country operates, both economically and politically.

Amalienborg Palace, the winter home of the nation’s royal couple, can be located right in the heart of the city and is a prominent gathering point for tourists. The changing of the guard can be witnessed at midday thus making it the busiest time of the day if you’re dropping by. Aside from the traditional history behind the palace, the architectural work makes for a quite breathtaking sight. A sprawling mass consisting of four palaces and constructed in the eighteenth century, it’s certainly worthy of the royalty that can be found there.

Copenhagen is also home to the famous Little Mermaid statue. Glorified by Disney and one of the most photographed statues in the world, the site has cemented its place as the most popular visitor attraction in the whole of Denmark. Quite a statement for a little slice of bronze!

Copenhagen is also another of Europe’s finest destinations for art and culture. The National Museum can be found in the centre of the city along with some of the key artefacts in Danish history. The museum is rich in its content and there are several immensely valuable archaeological finds which Copenhagen takes great pride in.

If artistic work is of interest to you, the National Gallery is an absolute must on the list of places to visit. With over 700 years worth of fine artistic achievements and monumental paintings open to the public, there’s plenty to admire in the Nørreport based attraction.

A short walk down the road from The National Gallery and you’ll find yourself admiring the quiet charms of the Botanical Gardens which act as a scene setter for the popular Castle of Rosenborg. The medieval history of the city is evident right across the region and you’re never too far away from a significant landmark.

The flowing canals of Copenhagen can be enjoyed throughout the year with tours on a regular basis. They’re a great way to escape the bustle of the city and relax with a partner for the afternoon. While not littered with the beauty of Venice, the canals serve up a wonderfully modest charm.

Away from the quiet life, you may be tempted to spend an afternoon navigating the world’s longest shopping street. Strøget is a hugely popular attraction for both tourists and the natives of Copenhagen. It houses about as many shops as you could possibly wish to explore in one visit. There are plenty of buys to be snapped up and a rich variety of stores, but you might find yourself a little rushed by the swarm of pedestrian traffic.

Families can enjoy a day out at Tivoli Gardens, the main theme park attraction for Copenhagen. While it certainly isn’t Disneyland – the park was constructed in 1843 – the scenery is beautiful and the kids will find plenty of opportunities to whittle the time away.

While it has a tendency to get fairly busy during peak season, Copenhagen maintains a record of excellence for the transport network that it employs. Trains, buses and canals provide plenty of versatility depending on how you’re in the mood to travel. If you get lost at all, there’s no need to worry about a foreign language. Although the Danish people speak their own language, the majority fully understand English.

For a city brimming with historical attractions and cultural overtones, Copenhagen is one of the most enjoyable cities in all of Europe.
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