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Cheap flights from Edinburgh to Copenhagen

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Edinburgh EDI
Copenhagen CPH
one way
Sun 09 Aug
€17.59

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Flights from Edinburgh to Copenhagen

If you’re looking for a fantastic city break in Denmark’s beautiful capital, look no further; not only do we have cheap flights from Edinburgh to Copenhagen for you, we also have this handy guide, to help your city break and your Edinburgh to Copenhagen flights take off smoothly! 

 

Edinburgh Airport 

Scotland’s busiest airport, Edinburgh Airport is less than 10km from the city centre, and is really easy to get to. If you’re driving to the airport for your Edinburgh to Copenhagen flights, you have a choice of motorways to take depending on where you’re coming from (including the M90 via the Queensferry Crossing).

Bus, coach and train services run regularly between the airport and Edinburgh city centre, as well as Leith, North Edinburgh, and West Lothian and more of the surrounding area. 

 

Once you’ve checked in 

When you’ve checked in any bags and passed through security on the day of your Edinburgh to Copenhagen cheap flights, you’ll find there’s plenty to keep you occupied at Edinburgh airport. If you want a bite to eat, there’s lots on offer whether you want to gorge on the full Krispy Kreme donut selection or you’d prefer a light meal like Sushi or a wrap. 

Shoppers have plenty to browse here too; Edinburgh Airport has all kinds of shops from Fat Face and Michael Kors to Scottish gifts and Tartan. 

Edinburgh Airport offers free WiFi for up to two hours, so you can easily stay connected while you wait to board your flights to Copenhagen from Edinburgh. 

 

What to Expect on Arrival in Copenhagen: 

Copenhagen is a fantastic city; big, spacious and clean with lot to see. But first thing you’ll need to do is make your way from the airport to the city centre. There is a railway station under Terminal 3 that will connect you with Copenhagen’s subway system, and this is an efficient way to get to the city centre once your cheap flights from Edinburgh to Copenhagen land. 

Bus and taxi services are readily available at the airport too; or if you want to hire a car, the rental desks are in the arrivals hall (though you should note that Copenhagen prioritises cycling over driving).

Accommodation can be expensive in Copenhagen, but you can expect high quality and a comfortable room for your money. For the best rates on rooms and to get money back towards your next flight, take a look at the accommodation on Ryanair Rooms while you’re booking your flights from Edinburgh to Copenhagen.

Home of the Little Mermaid, the famous Tivoli Gardens, and the infamous Christiania, Copenhagen is a beautiful, happy an relaxed city to visit. It’s a little expensive, sure, but you can definitely visit on a budget, and our cheap flights to Copenhagen from Edinburgh will help with that. Read more about Copenhagen on Try Somewhere New

 

Five Fun Facts about Copenhagen:

  • Copenhagen is a city for cyclists. Over 50% of Copenhageners cycle to work every day 
  • This might be partly due to the fact that Denmark is so flat – no mountains and no uphill cycles in Copenhagen and beyond! 
  • Danes eat an average of 42 sausages a year. We don’t have the breakdown for sausage consumption in Copenhagen specifically, but we thought you should know anyway. 
  • Copenhagen is famous for being the most Michelin starred city in Scandinavia 
  • Copenhagen’s harbour is so clean you can swim in it. 

 

Fly from Edinburgh to Copenhagen: Practical Information

Flights to Copenhagen from Edinburgh take approximately 1 hour 50 minutes 

The until of currency in Denmark is the Danish Kroner (DKK). You can exchange money before you leave Scotland, or if you prefer to you can just withdraw Danish Kroner on arrival after your flights from Edinburgh to Copenhagen land. 

Getting around Copenhagen is easy – pubic transport is typically Scandinavian (clean, fast, reliable, and on-time). But in Denmark the bike is king, so if you can, try to rent a bike here and see the city on two wheels, like the locals do!