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Tourist information on Copenhagen

About Copenhagen

Copenhagen: the happiest place in the world! Well, it is according to the World Happiness report. Home to Carlsberg and Hamlet’s Castle (made famous by William Shakespeare), Copenhagen has a fantastic history and culture, as well as plenty to do and see. With over 2 million inhabitants in the metro area of the city, you’ll have no problem fitting in with the wonderful Danish people.  As the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen is the economic centre and political strongpoint. But don’t take our word for it, travel to Copenhagen with FlixBus from just €5!

Things to do in Copenhagen

The Little Mermaid is a must-see and is probably the most famous tourist attraction. The sculpture has been there over 100 years. It was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale, and indeed Andersen actually spent much of his life in Copenhagen and died there in 1875. If you are a fan of his work, we suggest you see the museum in memory of him, the H. C. Andersen Fairy-Tale House! For those who love shopping, head to the Strøget region in the heart of the city. With over a kilometre of shops, you will find something for every budget of every size! Copenhagen also offers an amusement park, a zoo and an aquarium. So, whether it’s a romantic weekend, a family trip away, or a great adventure with your friends, you’ll have a great time in the city of Copenhagen!

History & Culture

The Museum of National History is just north of the city. While the exhibitions inside are the main attraction, the incredible Frederiksborg Castle is a sight in itself. In fact, there are many outstanding buildings in Denmark’s capital. The Tower at Christiansborg Palace is the highest in the city and entrance is free. We have to recommend eating in the Tower restaurant, which is run by Danish chef Rasmus Bo Bojesen. His goal is to create traditional Danish food with a twist to keep it current and innovative, and the results are scrumptious! If you are interested in beer history, you know exactly where you need to go: the Carlsberg museum. Get to know the history, the beer, and everything there is to know about Carlsberg!

Nightlife in Copenhagen

The nightlife in Copenhagen is changing with the times. There have been a lot of “hipster” bars popping up around the city in the last decade. The pick of the bunch for us is Café Dyrehaven. By the interior design, you can tell there is a good mix of old tradition and modern vibes, colours and art. They serve good food, but most locals arrive after 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays when the atmosphere really takes off. If you are looking for somewhere with good drink deals, Kassen do great happy hour promotions on Fridays. Two for one drink deals between 2pm and 10pm! It is a favourite amongst locals. For those who are heading out to dance, there is a four-story nightclub in the heart of town: Chateau Motel! Every floor has a different genre of music. So, whether you’re in the mood for electro music or an old-school sing-a-long, Chateau Motel gives you the full experience.

Your Bus Stops in Copenhagen

notice Please note that there are 3 bus stops in Copenhagen