In case you didn’t know, Denmark is considered on the list of happiest countries in the world! Copenhagen – the capital – is one of the most-loved cities in Scandinavia and also among the most visited ones. A trip to the Danish capital can be a fascinating experience, and while most travelers plan around four to seven days here, even ten days are not enough to explore the city. All you need is a nice Copenhagen apartment hotel and a list of things you can see and do. In this post, we are talking more of the experiences that you must know about.
Rent a cycle
No matter which part of the city you live in, you can always rent a bike in Copenhagen apartment hotel, and you will be surprised to know that most people cycle to work. This is one of the most cycle-friendly cities in the world, and you can actually save a lot on the taxis and cabs, which can be expensive in the first place.
Try Nordic cuisine
There are some really nice fine-dine restaurants in Copenhagen, and you will love Nordic cuisine, which is all about seasonal and local ingredients. If you want to try more choices from other parts of the world, as well, head to Papirøen, or there is Torvehallerne, which has fresh fish stalls. You can actually cook your meals at your hotel apartment, which is the best way to experience a home in the Danish capital.
Make time for Bakken
When you talk of Copenhagen, most people will talk of Tivoli Gardens, but there’s also Bakken, which happens to be the oldest operating amusement park in the entire world. Some of the rides here are pretty old, and you will also find shows on offer. Tickets are required for each ride, but you can enter Bakken for free, which is a great way to explore an attraction on budget.
A coffee at Nyhavn
Nyhavn is the historic area that houses buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries, and the ground floors have many cafés, restaurants, and bars. Spend an evening here enjoying the waterfront view, and from here, you can take guided tours of the city from the harbor area. An evening in Nyhavn is all you need to take those postcard pictures of Copenhagen. A few houses here are where Hans Christian Andersen lived once.
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