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Flights to Copenhagen

Wonderful Copenhagen, capital city of Denmark, is youthful and dynamic – but steeped in impressive heritage. One of Europe's oldest capitals, the city is also home to the Danish royal family, one of the oldest monarchies in the world.

Home from home - flights to Copenhagen

A safe bet for those who are not budget conscious is the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel. Situated in the city centre, the hotel combines stunning views of Copenhagen with comfortable, uniquely-designed rooms and free high speed wifi. Of special note is Suite 606, which retains the original 1960s furnishings designed by famed architect Arne Jacobsen.

A small, award-winning establishment with just 14 individually-designed rooms, Nimb Hotel offers boutique luxury and comfort with fireplaces and four poster beds in almost every room.

Classic Nordic design meets pioneering sustainable architecture at the Crowne Plaza  Copenhagen Towers, which claims to be one of the world’s greenest hotels. It is conveniently located close to Copenhagen Airport, the Oerestad subway and rail station.

A taste of the city - flights to Copenhagen

If you’re looking for a great place to eat or simply impress your companions, there is no shortage of Michelin-starred restaurants in Copenhagen…Grønbech and Churchill, owned by wellknown Danish chef Rasmus Grønbech,was awarded its star in 2012. The restaurant prides itself on classic and refined food that is uncomplicated yet inventive.

For something slightly different, we suggest you try authentic Thai food at Denmark’s first Michelin-starred Asian gourmet restaurant, Kiin Kiin – the only Thai restaurant outside of Thailand with the coveted star.

If you’re prepared to travel a little further, you’ll find Den Røde Cottage close to the water, just north of Copenhagen. The reasonable prices defy the standard of food and the experienced chefs work hard to incorporate local, seasonal produce.

Go explore - flights to Copenhagen

For culture lovers: Try the Queen’s main residence at Amalienborg – an octagonal courtyard surrounded by four palaces, built in the 1700s and considered one of the greatest works of Danish Rococco architecture.

Equally impressive in heritage terms is UNESCO World Heritage Site Kronborg Castle in Elsinore – better known as home to Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Tivoli Gardens is the second oldest amusement park in the world and has plenty to see and do from beautiful gardens to rides and entertainment.

For shopping: It has to be Strøget in the heart of the city. Take a break at Amagertorv Square to watch street performers and buskers, but be wary of con artists trying to make money by drawing passers-by into games.

And finally…No visit to Copenhagen is complete without a stop at the famous Carlsberg brewery? The 10,000m2 visitors centre is within the original 1847 brewery. Follow the self-guided tour before rewarding yourself with a pint.

Whats on - flights to Copenhagen       

15 November - 31 December 2013 - Tivoli Gardens Christmas market    

26 - 31 December 2013 - Tivoli Firework Festival