Copenhagen has a lot to live up to... and it’s worthy of the title. As one of the world’s most liveable waterfront cities, it has no fewer than 11 Michelin starred restaurants and over 8km of sandy beaches within a 30 minute bike ride from the city centre. So you can have a large lunch and burn it all off afterwards...
|Time zone:||GMT +1 hour (GMT +2 hours in summer)|
|Flight Time:||1h 55|
|Holiday type:||City break|
|Weather:||Average maximum temperature: 7.8°C (24-hour average)
Rainfall: 587mm a year
Forget the Little Mermaid and take a trip across the Oresund Bridge – the world’s longest border crossing – which links Copenhagen with Malmo in Sweden... a real engineering feat.
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Brunch is an essential part of Copenhagen life, particularly at weekends. Cafe Sommersko on Kronprinsensgade has two brunch menus on offer.
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Early July’s the time for one of the legendary stops on Europe’s summer festival circuit. Roskilde is a just a short 22 mile hop from Copenhagen... make the trip and you get treated to a host of top names on six different stages. Let’s rock!
· Copenhagen’s diverse nightlife doesn’t really get going until after midnight although most clubs are only open from Thursdays to Saturdays.
· Mid October sees Kulturnatten when a whole range of amazing buildings open to the public for one night only – be part of it with a multi-venue ticket for DKK 70.
British citizens do not need a visa to visit Denmark.
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