Denmark’s capital is as vibrant as they come. If you want a city break filled with culture, Scandi-chic and bucketfuls of Carlsberg, book cheap flights to Copenhagen, and you won’t be disappointed.
When to book cheap flights to Copenhagen
When booking your Copenhagen flights you’ll want to know the best time of year to visit the Danish capital. Spring usually brings bright sunlight and cloudless skies, but if you’re looking for longer evenings and warmer weather the best time to visit the Danish capital is during the summer months of June, July and August. Autumn can also be a good time to travel to Copenhagen – the city’s green spaces, in particular, the Tivoli Gardens are picture perfect. Need a place to stay during your trip to Copenhagen? Search Ryanair Rooms for great value deals on hotels, apartments and places to stay in Copenhagen.
What to see in Copenhagen?
With the savings you make on your cheap Copenhagen flights you can afford to make the most of your time in the Danish capital. The aforementioned Tivoli Gardens is home to the second oldest amusement park in the world and is a truly magical place to visit, no matter what your age. Nearby is Rundetaarn, a 17th-century tower which provides magnificent views over the old town. From the old part of town, head towards Nyhavn and grab a coffee or something stronger at one of the brightly coloured bars, cafes and restaurants that line the waterfront.
When you fly to Copenhagen, a visit to the Carlsberg brewery should be top of your list. Strange but true - the famous brewery is home to the largest bottled beer collection in the world, housing over 20,000 unique beer bottles.
As soon as your cheap flights to Copenhagen Denmark land, you’ll see how well-connected the city is in terms of public transport. With multiple bus lines, Metro, the local S-train network and harbour buses, you’ll find the city’s public transport system to be convenient and safe. Copenhagen is famous for its cycling culture - rent a bike and explore the city on two wheels. Planning to see more than just the city centre? Search Ryanair Car Hire for rental car deals and your car will be ready and waiting for you when you arrive in Copenhagen.
What to eat in Copenhagen?
Foodie? When you fly to Copenhagen you’re in for a treat. Seafood is incredibly popular and you’ll find cod, Norway lobster, herring and eel on most menus. Try Denmark’s national dish, stegt flæsk (crispy pork with potatoes served with parsley sauce), while you’re in town or start the day with a sweet Danish pastry.
If you feel like treating yourself, book a table at ‘Noma’ which has two Michelin stars and is one of the world’s most famous restaurants.
The currency in Copenhagen is the Krone.
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Shopping, Food & Drink
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Festivals in Copenhagen:
Skagen Winter Swimming Festival in January
Vinterjazz in February
Carnival in February
Distortion in June
Roskilde in June/July
Hans Christian Andersen Festival in August
Christmas markets in December