If you have just two days in Copenhagen, you should definitely consider planning your time, because this city has endless things on offer. Most of Scandinavia is anything but cheap, so you have to find your ways to save money too. In this simplified travel guide, we are sharing Copenhagen tips that will come in handy.
What to see?
As we mentioned, Copenhagen is every traveler’s delight. From museums, palaces and castles to amusement parks and incredibly popular restaurants, there’s something for every kind of interest. We recommend that you start with Tivoli Gardens, which can take half a day on its own. It is the second oldest operating amusement park in the world and has thrilling rides for every age. Although some find it a little overwhelming, Little Mermaid statue is worth a visit. You should also consider a visit to Rosenborg Castle, which is steeped in history.
At Nyhavn, you can take a canal tour or simply take pictures of the colorful townhouses that date back to the 17th century. Other points of interest include Carlsberg brewery, Hamlet’s Castle, Louisiana Museum of Art, Christiansborg Palace and Stroget. National Museum is enough for museum lovers, while you should make time for the Round Tower for panoramic views of the city.
Planning your stay
Instead of hotels, you should definitely consider looking for holiday apartments Copenhagen city centre. In Østerbro district, you will find quite a few choices, depending on what you are looking for, right from small apartments to penthouses. To get access to public transport for free, you can get the Copenhagen Card, which also offers access to more than 85 attractions in the city. While public transport in Copenhagen is reliable, people often take the bike, and this is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the world. You can rent bike by the hour, and there are options with GPS-enabled tablets, so you can easily get around.
Other things to know
Flights to Copenhagen always cost high, but if you can book early, you can actually expect to get a good price. Hotel apartments and serviced rentals are usually on demand, so it is wise to check your choices in advance, and bookings can be confirmed online. Make sure that you have shortlisted the places you want to visit before you arrive, so as to make the most of your time.
When you are here, don’t forget to try Nordic cuisine!