|Popular hotel||Good Morning Copenhagen Star|
|Popular area||City Center / Stroget|
|Nightly rates from||ZAR 425|
|Reasons to visit||sightseeing, culture, shopping|
Surprised by the compactness of the city. A very clean and attractive city. Very easy to get around, very easy to find anything, great tourist info center.
Recommend a day trip to Malmo. Fantastically easy to get and from airport on train, extremely easy to get any where on public transport for that matter. When coming from Australia be aware the currency conversion this can come a quite a shock, but that is not Copenhagen's fault. Found a few great places to eat, recommend places off the main streets, they have much more character and warmth and a fraction of the price.
Nice place to visit and lots of sightseeing and shopping. Have to go on river cruise and Scandinavian cruise
A lay back city with good food and drinks, there is also lot of culture in the city. Christiana is a place not to miss.
We enjoyed the ease of which to get around especially the Hop on Hop off bus where so many attractions could be accessed.
The canal area with the cafes was delightful & people from all nationalities around & everyone so friendly..
Day never ends in summer. Be carefull most of the restaurants, even the bars are closing early in weekdays.
Few months ago, they featured Denmark as the happiest people in EU so I went there expecting to see and feel the happiness and warmth of the people.
However, it was not quite what I have hoped for, or perhaps because I was of course surrounded by other tourists as well. That said, I've enjoyed my short visit in Copenhagen. Danish people are direct and very business-like. I find it a bit strange though that there are a lot of homeless and beggars in the city which dampen the atmosphere a bit. Tivoli is a charming attraction park which I think is mainly targeted to kids than to the adults. There are restaurants inside as well but I think the entrance fee is a bit steep for what you can get or see inside the park.
Would have no hesitation recommending this city for a long weekend. One of the best cities I have visited.
Copenhagen is charming and relaxed. People are very friendly, and almost everyone speaks excellent English.
There are so many things to see and do. Remember to take a trip outside of town too. The best direction is north, where the nature and beaches are best. I would recommend a visit to the marina at Rungsted, where you can go for a walk in the nearby forest and afterwards you can enjoy the view of Oresund and the ships passing by. Elsinore is also easily reachable for a day trip. favourite place to see in Copenhagen: The Round Tower (Rundetaarn).
Nice city a little expensive but it can be done on a budget if you do your homework. Like a number of European capitals it has it own type of charm in both Summer and Winter time.
Very easy to walk the entire city and a lot of it is pedestrianised and hiring a bike is also practical as the city is both flat and has ample bicycle paths.
It is easy to reach many places by using train. I also tried to be in the bus. The driver was really helpful.
Lovely city and not too big. Can walk around to main attractions. Biking here was one of the experiences we have ever had.
many bikes attracts me to take bike tour on a sun shinny day, after had taken sightseeing bus in rainy day.
especially almost every hotel has the bike to rent for free guided tour for 3 hour hours around the great Copenhagen. many ancient magnificent buildings, museums, beautiful colorful houses, green gardens,it is a really eye catch city. by all means of transportation, will definitely make the trip worthy...enjoy shooping at Lego too....
Loved Copenhagen. So much to see and the people were very friendly. Everyone seemed to speak English and were very helpful with directions, etc.
So clean and the cyclists were very considerate - unlike Amsterdam where they will run you over!
A friendly and very welcoming city which is historical and beautiful. We enjoyed our time here very much and will return in another summer in the future.
Copenhagen is a bike transport city. I would recommend hiring a bike, you can ride everywhere, park, walk, etc.
it is cheap when compared to taxis. Summer is light from about 4 am to 10 pm, so a hotel with good black out curtains is a must. Food is expensive, but you can economize buy buying food at local grocers. You don't need to drink bottled water, tap water is fine and tastes good.
Lovely, but expensive! I had always heard that Scandinavia (and esp Copenhagen) was expensive, but I was still shocked! I paid $11 for a 500ml lemon squash at a restaurant.
Supermarkets still felt expensive compared to Australia, but were a reasonable/OK price. Eating out in the city was expensive. Also stayed in an area about 10 minutes by Metro out from the city, the local takeaway shops (pizza, burgers, etc) were much better priced & so was the accommodation. I would highly recommend staying just out of the city centre & catch a train or metro in each day.
It is an expensive city. Nevertheless there are many green parks in the city that allow visitors to walk around and relax.
It is nice to relax a couple of days in Copenhagen after disembarking from cruise ships that berth at Copenhagen terminals.
Very nice city, "small" feeling to it despite its size. Ströget is a great shopping street and and the whole city is packed with restaurants, bars and coffeshops.
Possibly a bit more on the expensive side but not to crazy. Christiania and the Tivoli well worth a visit as well as the aquarium "The blue planet" in Kastrup
must goto copenahgen and try to get a reservation at Noma, the scandavian food is awesome, definitely will go back again
Just an amazing city ,so clean , so friendly , beautiful scenery and architecture, couldn't find anything bad to say , only positive things , amazing
Lovely, lively, friendly City even in November worth visiting, excellent Food, nice People everywhere
very expensive city. dont come unless you a prepared for the fact it will cost you an arm and a leg. everyone speaks amazing english, city is clean and interesting.
Great city to visit for history and shopping, found it very expensive. Good to walk to most places or bike and trains are excellent but very expensive
Lots to see here including - of course - The Little Mermaid. Also the surprisingly accessible palace still used by the royal family.
Great museums, an old fortress, amazingly diverse and interesting architecture. Lots of nice waterfront areas and don't forget the Tivoli Gardens amusement park. We rushed around and saw lots in 1 day but a few more days would have been nice. Would have liked to check out another museum or two and the two nearby castles.
Sjoppingen va helt ok men som sagt. Jag förstår varför folk väljer Stockholm framför Oslo och Köpenhamn!
For this city - I've stayed at the central, near Tivoli, for me it's really easy to go to attraction place by loca bus (no.
62)as it pass every good attraction place (museum, little maid, etc) so we can see all even we not have much time there. And also we can have a walk for shopping on shopping street whole day and pelax at Tivoli as it close at night - so not rush life is my favorite here
Great city with lots of cultural attractions, although never really seemed too busy. Everyone there was really friendly, the food and beer was great and it's super flat so quiet easy to walk around.
If you don't feel like walking the public transport is excellent; on time, not crowded and clean. There's also a bunch of places to hire bikes from and being a flat, bike-dominated city, this is definitely a good option. Can be expensive and most major attractions charge admission but if you budget it's fine.
A first visit to Copenhagen, loved the Nyhavn area and enjoyed the canal cruise. Very friendly people and easy to get around, although the new subway building is disrupting traffic in the central city and some bus routes have been diverted so you may have to walk further than expected.
Expensive but overall a great city of Europe.
Beautiful, clean, friendly city with something for everyone. Tivo;i Gardens in the center of COpenhagen is an amusement park wich offers something for ages 3-100.
There are numerous museums, beautiful canals and much more.
Copenhagen is a pleasant city with beautiful buildings and architecture. It is safe and enjoyable. There are many places of interests to visit.
If time permits, go for the castle and country tours. A must have experience is the canal cruise, impressive and inexpensive 75DKK per person. It is very near to the airport and only 3 stations from airport to the Central Station.