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Departure Fri, 13 Oct Return Sat, 21 Oct
DUB Dublin
CPH Copenhagen
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Departure Wed, 11 Oct Return Wed, 18 Oct
ZAG Zagreb
CPH Copenhagen
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Departure Tue, 10 Oct Return Sun, 22 Oct
TLV Tel Aviv
CPH Copenhagen
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Departure Tue, 26 Sep Return Thu, 28 Sep
CRL Brussels
CPH Copenhagen
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Dublin - Copenhagen
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Tel Aviv - Copenhagen
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Brussels - Copenhagen
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Berlin - Copenhagen
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Madrid - Copenhagen
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Copenhagen holidays

Copenhagen sights and attractions

One of the finest jewels of Scandinavia, Copenhagen has developed into one of the hippest and most popular capitals in Europe, with breathtaking views of the cool surrounding waters, stunning local architecture, a booming arts scene as well as having become the centre of the "New Nordic Food" movement, a northern culinary renaissance that emphasizes the absolute freshness and seasonality of ingredients, ensuring that several of the local restaurants are today among the best in the world. With a superb selection of galleries and museums, live music and theatrical performances, plus a deserved reputation for being one of the cleanest and friendliest cities in Europe, it's small surprise that Copenhagen has become so popular.

What to do in Copenhagen

Weary travelers arriving from cheap flights to Copenhagen can expect an exceptional welcome. World renowned for the quality of its restaurants and its friendly hospitality, travelers can relax at the many hotels and inns throughout the city. During the day you can take a stroll through the harbor, beautiful any time of year, or down along Christianshavn Canal, a largely autonomous district famous for its art scene and pleasure-boating, while at night you can experience the city's exceptional nightlife, with shows in the Royal Danish Theater, exceptional beers at the city's many bars, as well as numerous carnivals and festivals annually, including the Copenhagen Carnival in the summer.

When in the city be sure to:

  • Join in the fun at the Copenhagen Carnival held in the summer
  • Visit Dyrehavsbakken, the oldest amusement park in the world, opened in 1583
  • Explore the Amargetorv square in the city centre, dating to the Middle Ages
  • Visit the spectacular Rosenberg Castle in the city centre
  • Learn about the nation's past in the National Museum
  • Take a boat ride down the Christanhavn Canal
  • Walk around Kings Garden, situated in the grounds of Rosenberg Castle and the most beloved garden in the city
  • Eat at the many outstanding local restaurants representing the "New Nordic" movement, emphasizing seasonality
  • Take in a show at the Royal Danish Theater
  • Soak up the culture on the city streets, filled with vendors, artists, and street performers
Copenhagen

Airports in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is served by Copenhagen Airport. This is the busiest airport in Denmark and handles over 29 million passengers annually.

  • Copenhagen Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers that serve the airport include: Danish Air Transport, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Ryanair.

    Location

    The airport is located 5 miles south of Copenhagen.

    Transportation

    The airport is accessible by rail and road. There are numerous bus links from the terminal to the city centre, including the Movia 5A, 35 and 36, as well as car rental and taxi services in the city centre that can provide transport to the terminal. Underneath Terminal 3 on the Øresund Railway Line there is a train service that links the terminal with the city centre. There is also a shuttle bus that links the airport terminals within the airport.