Posted: Tue 31st Oct 2023

Travel guide to Copenhagen: the safest city in the world

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This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Oct 31st, 2023

A city may have good food, moderate climate, good wages, and so on. But still, its value increases a hundredfold if there is security there. Everything that has been said in the past two sentences is about Copenhagen! 

n this article we will take a walk through this city so that you will not be confused when travelling there. It will describe places that you will enjoy as much as possible when you come to Copenhagen for a weekend break!  

So you arrive in Copenhagen

You get out of the airport and perhaps you need to get to your hotel. If you love comfort, you can pre-book a Copenhagen airport taxi and basically think no more about it. This gives you a guarantee of time, fixed price and increased comfort. 

Another option available is public transport. You can use it if you don’t have too much stuff and a budget planned for it. 

What to do next?

As this article is aimed at newcomers to this city, we would like to advise you to go to the Indre By area, you can also rent accommodation there. One of the best choices for tourists is the Radisson Collection Royal Hotel, this luxurious 5 star option will ensure you have the most comfortable stay. Also, if your budget is less – there is a great option in the form of CitizenM Copenhagen Radhuspladsen, this hotel has already 4 stars, but there too except for comfort and a great recreation area you will not see anything else! 

Where to go?

Once you’ve settled into your hotel, it’s time to explore Copenhagen. Since you are staying in the heart of this marvellous city, it will be very easy to get to Rosenborg Castle. This historically important site was built in 1905, and there is a very cool place in the castle – the royal room. We advise you to get there, because you have never seen such gorgeous detailing before. Royal ceremonies were usually held there, as well as the castle itself is full on various royal relics. And don’t forget to look at the cannon, which is located on the castle, yes, it used to be a real defence. 

While we’re on the subject of castles, visit Amalienborg Castle, the seat of the Danish Queen. It consists of 4 identical palaces and is the hallmark of Copenhagen, a place where every tourist arriving in the city should visit. And also 3 very important historical place is Christiansborg Palace – it literally influences political history as it houses the Danish Parliament, the Prime Minister’s office and the Supreme Court. In addition to seeing this place, you can also go to an exhibition.

Other activities and breaks from history

It can take a whole day to fully enjoy the historical sites we’ve described above. But holidays should be different, so on the second day of your weekend, you can visit Strøget, the city’s main shopping street. It is here, you will be able to get acquainted with Danish fashion, which is not the least in the world. 

Walking down the street you will find HAY House, a legendary Danish shop that has made a huge contribution to the Danish design scene. Also don’t forget to visit ILLUM, where you will also find a lot of interesting things. And if you didn’t find what you wanted in the previous places, then Magasin Du Nord is the place to go. 

Where to eat?

The oldest neighbourhood of the city is also the most expensive, but not significantly so. Here you will be offered hot dogs, but not plain ones. Go to Den Økologiske Pølsemand and enjoy a dish that is made only with organic products + has a huge selection of sausages and toppings. But if you like another classic (hamburger) go to Gasoline Grill, they have an organic beef bun. In the evening, if you want somewhere to sit and have a drink, you are welcome to the Strøm and Brønnum cocktail bar.

 

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