To do and not to do in Copenhagen


To do and not to do in Copenhagen


Copenhagen is one of Europe's oldest capitals with more than 600.000 danish people, and a lot of tourist all year round

Below you’ll find what you need to know about the beautiful city of Copenhagen!


What you need to do and know

Getting around in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is now the city with more bike than cars, and a very good public transportain system, with both metro, train and bus running night and day.

Actually it is very easy to get around in the city. You do have three options:

 

Copenhagen is now the city with more bike than cars, and a very good public transportain system, with both metro, train and bus running night and day.

Actually it is very easy to get around in the city. You do have three options:

 

  • Public Transportation:

    Buy a Copenhagen Card or a Citypass

  • Walk:

    The city center of Copenhagen is very small, so you can easily walk

  • Rent a bike:

    That's the best option to get around in Copenhagen. The city is very bike friendly, with bike path all over.

What to do and not to do

If is the first time you are in Copenhagen, there are some point of interest you must see, but frankly speaking, Copenhagen do have most of the same shops you will find in any other city in Europe. A walk down the pedestrian street (Strøget) is a walk where you will not meet any danes, just tourist like you.

If you want to get away from the beaten track I have some good suggestions here, and even more... learn about the way the danes live...

 

The Danes in a nuttshell


If a Dane says "meet me at 17:00" he means 17:00. Not a quarter in 17 or 10 minutes later. The Danes are very punctual.


Danes tend to say what they think and cut to the point.


The Danes are not big on formality, but prefer informal social interaction


Even the slightest hint of spring sun will make Danes head outdoors for strolling, jogging and café life

Hungry and thirsty. Where to go?

As with most of Scandinavia, Copenhagen is one of the highest priced cities in Europe — especially when it comes to restaurants and alcohol.

But, it is possible to find low price restaurant with great danish food, and even pubs where you can have a beer together with the local, just get out of the city center.

A new study has placed Copenhagen at number nine on a list of the world's most expensive cities, with four Asian cities placing in the top five.

The Danish capital is one of only four European cities in the top ten of the list, which was compiled by The Economist for its Worldwide Cost of Living report 2017.

The world's ten most expensive cities

1) Singapore
2) Hong Kong
3) Zürich
4) Tokyo
5) Osaka
6) Seoul
7) Geneva
7) Paris
9) New York City
9) Copenhagen

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