City Breaks to Copenhagen - Denmark's capital city 

Fun for all the family, a city break to Copenhagen is a must. Situated at the mouth of the Baltic Sea, Copenhagen has become an integral and major sea port into Europe and the rest of Scandinavia.

One of the main reasons Copenhagen is such a popular short break location is the variety of things to do and see. Boasting the largest pedestrian street in the world, you could spend your entire city break browsing the shops and relaxing in the cities quiet cafes.

Gaining a remarkable reputation for being one of northern Europe's jazz and shopping capitals, Copenhagen is the place for both culture and fun.

One of the first things that new visitors to Copenhagen are impressed by is its architectural richness. As you gently stroll around the city, you can clearly see the gabled houses that represent the cities medieval history.
Many of these delightful seventeenth century town houses and restaurants line the quay at Nyhavn, while the modern extensions to the old buildings are found along the main pedestrian street, Stroget.

With Copenhagen’s intricate mazed streets almost everything in Copenhagen is easily accessible by foot, including the world famous Tivoli Gardens. As the oldest amusement park in the world, Tivoli is probably the most visited attraction in Copenhagen – yet it is not just about rides!

There is plenty to keep you entertained for the duration of your city break to Copenhagen, and also includes a number of restaurants, an aquarium, theatre and more....

Alternatively you could enjoy a relaxed canal cruise around the city with a number of companies offering this service.

Things to see and do in Copenhagen

Couple in Copenhagen

Copenhagen has plenty of attractions for everybody, from designer shops to vibrant bars and restaurants. Here are some of the highlights of what you can do on your next city break to Copenhagen:

Tivoli Gardens

Considered the crown jewel of Copenhagen, Tivoli Gardens has it all. With rides, musical entertainment, an aquarium and fine cuisine all in one location, Tivoli is suitable for everyone, no matter what their age.

The Little Mermaid

Located in the Nyhavn region of Copenhagen or old Copenhagen, you can visit one of Denmark's most famous attractions, a stunning bronze sculpture, surrounded by delightful gardens and stunning views.


The cornerstone of Christian IV's defenses of Copenhagen, the 300 year old fort is now used by the Danish military as a historic monument, museum and park.


One of the largest churches in Europe, measuring 31m in height, the Marmorkirken boasts incredible architecture and an incredible history.

Shopping in Copenhagen

When it comes to shopping, Copenhagen has it all. With a great mix of shops, from large fashion stores to small souvenir shops, Copenhagen is a city that has everything. With everything on two main shopping streets you won't be far from finding exactly what you want.


The most famous shopping street in Copenhagen, it actually comprises of four streets connected by three squares. th. 

Fisketorvet Shopping Centre

Ideally situated on the outskirts of Copenhagen the Fisketorvet shopping centre is located near the harbour, with excellent views, it contains over 100 shops, 15 restaurants and a huge cinema complex.


One of Copenhagen's biggest shopping centres, this beautiful department store that sells both furniture and fashion, located along the Strøget. Under its marvellous glass dome you can find well known brands including Dolce & Gabana and French Connection.


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