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Why fly to Copenhagen?

Book direct flights to Copenhagen for a fun and easy city break, or as the perfect gateway for a longer trip to Scandinavia. The city itself is so charming and cute, and it's home to some of the most interesting culture (and best food) that Europe has to offer. And with friendly locals and easy trains across the rest of Denmark, you truly can't go wrong! Sound intriguing? Check out the Danish capital with our cheap flights to Copenhagen.

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For the warmest weather and a bevy of events, fly into Copenhagen in June, July or August. You'll discover the city in a lively mood with cafés and restaurants spilling out onto the streets and a number of festivals such as Distortion, Roskilde and Pride attracting revellers from near and far. Despite the decidedly low temperatures, December is another popular time to explore Copenhagen with winter markets and plenty of festivity.

Avoid the crowds

Take advantage of the quieter shoulder season and fly to Copenhagen between March and May for great deals on flights and accommodation. While there'll still be a nip in the air, springtime temperatures and the generally dry weather are great for exploring the city's many cultural attractions, strolling the Nyhavn harbour and visiting the Tivoli Gardens theme park. By May, Copenhagen's cafés and bars are beginning to enjoy a distinctive buzz.

Your Copenhagen Questions Answered

Copenhagen is best known for being the capital of Denmark. That means it's home to the royal family, who reside in the Amalienborg and Christiansborg palaces in the heart of the city. And since it's located in the Øresund Strait, Copenhagen has been one of Northern Europe's major commercial centres since the 17th century. That history is what makes it such a rich city break destination, with a rich architectural, culinary, and cultural heritage.

If you head to the Frederiksstaden district, you'll see complex Rococo buildings, including the Amalienborg, the Royal Danish Playhouse, and Frederik's Church. Meanwhile, Nørrebro is lauded as the place for food – not just for its various international restaurants, but also for trying local dishes like Fiskefrikadeller (fried fish cake), the open sandwich smørrebrød, butter cookies, and spandauer (what we know as the danish). And if you like festivities, you'll love traditional Danish festivals like J-Dag – ‘Christmas Beer Day' – where you're encouraged to down a pint to kick off the Christmas season.

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