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Copenhagen City Breaks

A snug and stylish Scandinavian city

Take a holiday to Copenhagen City and you'll discover just why it's known as the happiest place in the world. While the Danish concept of hygge has made this destination popular, the locals will tell you that its charm is down to much more than a feeling of cosiness. Welcome to a city that is as aesthetically pleasing as it feels – from its candlelit cafés and cobbled streets to its colourful buildings and beautiful beaches. And the food doesn't disappoint either. New Nordic cuisine is especially popular, and many of the menus in the city feature authentic Danish dishes with inventive modern twists. Whether you’re enjoying the picturesque harbour, browsing its quirky boutiques or tucking into something spectacular, Copenhagen certainly has many strings to it its bow.

Your Copenhagen City questions, answered

Translated simply as butter bread, a smørrebrød is an open sandwich piled high with cheeses, eggs, meats and fish.
Vesterbro is one of the city’s most fashionable areas with its bohemian cafés and hip bars. Alternatively, visit Norrebro for modern galleries and nightclubs.
When the weather's good, cycling or walking is just the ticket. When the cold hits, you might prefer to use the metro, bus or train.

Hotels in Copenhagen City

Hotel Mayfair
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Ibsens
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Osterport
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Phoenix
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Scandic Copenhagen
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Scandic Falkoner
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Scandic Kodbyen
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Scandic Sluseholmen
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Scandic Sydhavnen
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Skt Petri
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SP34
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The Square
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Villa Copenhagen
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Wide Hotel
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