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Copenhagen Card
"Choose between a 24- 48- 72- or 120-hour Copenhagen Card when you book and then collect your card and free Copenhagen map at Copenhagen Airport or a central redemption point in the city.Valid for the set number of hours from the time you first use it your card helps you get the best from your time in Denmark’s lovely capital with included public transport and free admission to 74 top Copenhagen attractions. Additional valuable discounts on exciting activities
From DKK379.00
 
Danish Hygge Culture and Historical Copenhagen Walking Tour
"Start your Danish culture tour near the yellow houses of Nyboder a district built by King Christian IV in the 17th century to house the growing Royal Danish Navy. Next stroll to Kongens Have (King’s Garden) surrounding the Rosenborg Palace and learn about one of the first public parks in the world. The beautiful garden near Øster Voldgade was gifted to the Danes from King Christian IV.As you discuss the uniquel continue your walk through the city and take in several of the city’s oldest streets. Amble along Strøget one of the world’s largest pedestrian shopping streets and pause by Stork Fountain to hear about the anti-establishment culture that’s prevalent in the city. Call in for a cup of coffee at a cozy local cafe and then head past the castles that house several government offices as well as the Danish parliament. Hear how Denmark is governed
From EUR67.00
 
Copenhagen Canal Tour
"Hop aboard your sightseeing cruise boat in Nyhavn or Gammel Strand in central Copenhagen. Take a seat in the boat’s lower saloon or stroll around the deck admiring the city sights as you cruise. Canals zigzag through Copenhagen and the city’s top waterfront sights appear around every twist and turn. Watch out for attractions like the Little Mermaid an iconic Edvard Eriksen statue carved to look like a character from a Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. Learn the history of Copenhagen as your onboard guide points out key sights. Hear about Amalienborg Castle – seat of the Danish royal family since the 18th century – while and gaze at Copenhagen Opera House a futuristic-looking building that juts out onto the waterfront.Glide through Christianshavn canal quarter and hear trivia about King Christian IV
From DKK80.00

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The Old English Pub

The pub was established on the 27th May 1992.Built in typical Old English style with bits of interior from all over the World,including Antiques which come from England.The main bar is a unique...
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Spilleregler

A very friendly,cosy pub situated in the Norreport district of the city about 15 min walk north of the centre.Chaty locals playing dice games and helpful bar staff telling us about their city and...
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Jernbanecafeen

A popular local bar in Vesterbro just a few mins walk from the Central Station,A rowdy but friendly place with loud music and sing a long locals at the bar.The place is quite small with an unusual...
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Cafe Krølben.

Cafe Krølben is a small football bar in central Copenhagen that is by far my favorite spot when i want to watch a football game.It´s a little basement bar that also has an upstairs room where you can...
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Global Copenhagen

Copenhagen has a few concert venues spread out in the city, but Global sticks out for offering world music concerts pretty much every week.Global is a non-profit volunteer based organization that...
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Bankeråt

The first thing you should notice about this dark and slightly dingy bar will be the stuffed animals in human clothing dotted about the interior, like the polarbear greeting guests in his tuxedo,...
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Cafe Langebro

Cafe Langebro is a modern bar with a good selection of beers (local Danish, microbrews and foreign) - there are 24 taps! They also serve other beverages like coffee, but no food (but they're happy for...
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Wall Street

Drinking in Copenhagen can get a bit expensive, but this bar, just around the corner from Kongens Nytorv and Nyhavn on Gothersgade, does 2 bottles of beer for 24DKK on Thursday evenings until 5am! It...
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Cafe Blaagaards apotek.

Cafe Blaagaards apotek is a former pharmacy turned in to a cafe where you have a wide range of people coming.The place is very popular with the local students, the local jazz crowd as they often have...
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THE SCOTTISH PUB

This pub opens late most nights and has a scottish feel to it although when I went in the football that was on the TV was european rather than British.They have live music on a couple of times a week...
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THE OLD ENGLISH PUB

The old English pub is right in the heart of Copenhagen.The pub has been open since 1992 and is decorated in old English style. The main bar is 200 years old and is thought to have once been owned by...
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There are the usual spots that never seem to die: VEGA (very big and very trendy), RUST (smaller, trendy, good hip hop on wednesdays), but to really know what's going on, you have to be updated. Here...
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Verydisco

Verdisco is a trendy Wednesday club. Closed until april. Unless Thursday is a holiday you shouldn't have any problems getting in here, even if you are a drunk aussie student comming from the...
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Barcelona

In the restaurant on the 1. floor, you can challange your tastebuds, with the Intereuropean kitchen, and the cafè lures you with the chef`s specialities from an often changed menu. The weekend...
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Helgolandsgade 15, Copenhagen, Zealand, DK-1653, Denmark
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Kalvebod Brygge 5, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1560, Denmark
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Kongens Nytorv 34, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1050, Denmark
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Top Things to Do in Copenhagen

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Nyhavn

Nyhavn (New Harbour) is undoubtedly Copenhagen's most picturesque corner: a line of colourful houses, higgledy-piggledy built next to some quais where only vintage ships are allowed to moor. Moreover,...
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Tivoli Garden

Most Danes speak English. A nation of only 4 million people does not expect tourists to speak their language (as in Germany, France, Italy, Russia or Spain), so 1 out of 2 Danes speaks English. Also,...
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Little Mermaid

First things first - when in Copenhagen, you must see the statue of the Little Mermaid, called "Den Lille Havfrue" in Danish. There's no way around it, no matter if you are there with an organised bus...
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Christiania

Do you remember that old 1990s song by Luniz "I got 5 on it"? Back in the days, I didn't have a clue what it was all about - mind you, I was only 14! -, but now, wiser than during my teenage years, I...
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Rådhuspladsen - Town hall square

Rådhuspladsen with the Copenhagen City Hall is located in central Copenhagen. Many political activities and entertainings acts are going on at Rådhuspladsen which makes it an entertaining place to be....
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Amalienborg Palace

Theoretically, if you're very lucky, you might meet them here as Amalienborg Slot is home to the Danish royals. Four identical manor houses (Christian VII's Palace in the southwest, Christian VIII's...
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Sjalen

"Windy-ful Copenhagen"
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cachaseiro

"COPENHAGEN ON THE CHEAP"
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Nemorino

"Operas and cycling in Copenhagen"
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"THE ROYAL CITY OF COPENHAGEN"
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"Highly Hygge!"
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