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Holiday homes in Copenhagen
Although staying in a rental right at the city centre is the most attractive idea, it is not always the cheapest. The old part of town is well connected to the different boroughs so wherever you stay in the city, you will never be far from it. Vesterbro, a neighborhood located very close to the central train station, is ideal for those who want to make day trips. To immerse yourself completely into the Danish charm, you will find holiday homes at a good price in Christianshavn, a cosy neighborhood full of canals, with charming colourful houses and a very quiet atmosphere. However, you can find more secluded rentals on the outskirts, in the Gentofte and Charlottenlund areas, surrounded by beautiful landscapes, ideal for those who want to stay in a quieter environment and enjoy a quality rest, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.Rentals in the trendiest Danish area
Beautiful homes and properties on the island of Amager, located south of the city and connected to the city by two drawbridges. Easily accessible using the underground it is also home to the University of Copenhagen and the great Amager Strand beach, making it a very popular and dynamic district. Strolling along its promenade, enjoying a landscape of dunes and recreation areas, tasting traditional dishes in its typical taverns, are some of the possibilities offered by holiday homes in Amager. Almost all the houses are traditional constructions with a lot of charm, both wooden cabins, and charming country properties with beautiful gardens where your children can play while you relax. What are you waiting for?
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The area and getting around
Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. Its historic centre, Indre By, is home to the rococo borough of Frederiksstaden, home to the royal family’s Amalienborg Palace. Close by, there are Christiansborg Palace and the Rosenborg Castle, surrounded by beautiful gardens and home to the crown jewels. From March to August you can enjoy the events the summer brings or enjoy the great outdoors and the mild spring weather.A refined destination with the best dining
A modern city with a great transportation network invites you to move around and explore not just the capital city but the rest of Denmark. Danish fashion and design are well known around the world as well as its culture and its refined cuisine. Indulge yourself and have a Michelin Star Menu at Noma, one of the most famous restaurants in the world. Already packing and planning your trip? Copenhagen is your next stop!
Travellers and activities
A city that knows everything about perfecting the act of urban living, is Copenhagen. The size of the city allows to be home to fantastic restaurants, world-class museums, great festivals and beautiful beaches. A great blend of the quaint cobbled streets of Indre By and Christianshavn full of hollyhocks and roses, to the modern, cool design of the fantastic waterfront where hipsters hang around Nørrebro and Vesterbro. Inside the buzzing urban scene, you can enjoy the beaches in summer or seasonal festivals in winter. Live the Danish style of life and be part of its fantastic quality of life.Copenhagen for families, couples and groups of friends
Copenhagen is an ideal destination for a romantic weekend getaway, for cultural or gastronomic trips and to visit with family or friends. The city encourages you to explore its corners on foot or on a bike, to travel by boat along the canals, to have a picnic in one of its parks, to enjoy a concert in the Tivoli gardens, to visit the lakes or to have a beer in the picturesque piers of Nyhavn. Choose from a wide range of activities either cultural and artistic such as Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Opera House, Centre for Contemporary Art, Jazz Festival. For a gastronomic experience, taste some delicious Danish food to be enjoyed in luxury restaurants such as Norma or Royal Coffee, but also in exquisite street stalls pubs or taverns. Use some time for shopping time in the commercial area of Strøget, Læderstræde, Kronprinsensgade or the Latin Quarter. In addition, add some fun time at the amusement parks, clubs and nightclubs. And if you travel with children, the zoo, the Tivoli amusement park, the botanical garden, the Little Mermaid or the changing of the guard in front of Amalienborg are essential visits.
Dyrehavsbakken, or “Bakken” for short, is just ten minutes away from Copenhagen and it happens to be the world’s oldest theme park!
Top 5 travel tips in Copenhagen
We all know that beer is the ubiquitous drink throughout the country. The most famous brands are Tuborg and Carlsberg, but we can also find craft beers, known as "microbrews". However, during your stay, do not forget to try the "Ålborg Export" brandy, which is served very chilled. In addition, take a sip of a typical Viking spirit with honey, with a very similar taste to moscato wine, - "Mjød".2. Have a great time at the Tivoli
Spend a fabulous day like locals do at their preferred amusement park in central Copenhagen with a wide array of rides, games, musicals, ballet, and concerts. The Tivoli Gardens is a must for all tourists regarding the age. A few minutes away from City Hall, this theme park and pleasure garden is the second, oldest theme park in the country after its predecessor Dyrehavsbakken, also in Denmark.3. Stroll around Nyhavn
Nyhavn, meaning New Port, is lined with colourful houses in front of the canal and it is one of the most famous and photographed places in the city as well as the perfect place to walk and have a beer or eat something in one of its many bars and cafes. Finish your perfect day like the locals with a cold one on the quay.4. It’s selfie time!
The most popular statue of the city is, of course, the Little Mermaid. This bronze sculpture, inspired by the character born of a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. That was a gift to the city of the founding brewer of Carlsberg, who wanted to pay homage to the Danish author. Today it is the most iconic symbol of Copenhagen. The Little Mermaid has watched over Copenhagen's port since 1913.5. Visit Rosenborg Castle and Amalienborg
These are two of the most notable buildings in the city. Rosenborg Castle was the residence of the Danish monarchs until the 18th century, while Amalienborg is the winter residence of the current Danish royal family. Admire the beauty of its architecture and the magnificent structure. At Rosenborg Castle you can explore some of the king’s greatest treasures while at Amalienborg, you have the possibility of taking a guided tour, marvel at the magnificent rococo interiors and get close to Danish royal history.