The capital of Denmark is a true pearl of urban beauty in Europe
. the city streets are magical with their canals cobblestones and brick face buildings. The first thing that comes to mind when traveling to Denmark is the expense and undoubtedly this is one of the biggest reasons it may present a challenge for some.
Flights are expensive and accommodations are too the best way to get around this would be to take advantage of the low cost bus system that serves most of the European capitals as well as low cost airlines.
Best time to go
Winters are particularly harsh in Copenhagen and so this is definitely the lowest season and cheapest time to go but much of the magic of the city would be lost because Copenhagen is just beautiful when it’s a sunny day and you can walk the streets. Summer is the head of the season and it is quite expensive and crowded so the basketball when visiting is to go at shoulder season times which would be very early spring a very late fall when you would need a jacket but there still sunny days.
What to see
When we went to visit Copenhagen the particulars that stood out to us were the many free museums showcasing art architecture and cultural curiosities.
The Danish diet is spectacular and so it is really worthwhile to sample local foods and dishes while you are here. The food is offered in the form of many healthy breads, vegetables, fish and cheeses. There are many restaurants and cafes available but the prices are quite high.