Denmark's historic capital city of Copenhagen is a great jumping off point for visitors to the Nordic region, with the city offering some of the most interesting historical sights, classic Scandi design and modern culinary treats in the region.
Sitting on Denmark's eastern coast, the capital city of Copenhagen is one of Europe's hidden delights. It might not be the first port of call for visitors to Europe, but that is a real shame. With excellent dining, beautiful scenery and faschinating historical sights; there is no reason why Copenhagen can't and won't become you're new favourite European destination.
Copenhagen has a mid-sized international airport that is serviced by many destinations across Europe and the rest of the world. Getting there from Australia & New Zealand is possible via flights from the Middle East. There is also a road bridge and a train that connects the city to neighbouring Sweden.
WHEN TO GO
Copenhagen, and Denmark generally, has a much milder climate in comparison with it's Nordic neighbours to the North. Winters do get pretty cold but on average the temperature stays above 0°C. Summertime is probably the best time to visit however, as with sunny skies and warm air, it makes for pleasant weather to discover this great city.
WHAT TO EAT
Noma, Geranium, Pluto, Democratic Coffee, Jagger, Warpigs Brewpub, The Olive Kitchen & Bar