One of the most seductive and charming cities in Scandinavia

Copenhagen Town life

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is one of the best places in the world to live in. The city is beautiful, clean, there is always something to do and there is always something to see


Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, is the largest and most vibrant city in the country, offering a harmonious mix of rich history and a cosmopolitan atmosphere that makes it one of the most seductive and charming cities in Scandinavia. Copenhagen is a beautiful and pleasant city known as "the city of beautiful spiers," because of the spiers of the many churches that dominate its skyline, and is also characterized by the multiplicity of fountains and statues scattered throughout. The city's main sites are the city square and the city hall that houses it; The Stroget, which is the longest pedestrian mall in the world; The picturesque harbor of Nyhavn and of course the little mermaid statue, world famous.
When you visit the city you must also reach the Tivoli Gardens - a long-standing playground in the city center. This is a charming and fun site and in the evenings it becomes even more so when hundreds of thousands of lights illuminate it, and when it closes, fireworks fire from it and illuminate the city sky


Copenhagen offers a delicious culinary world - gourmet restaurants, hipster cafes and interesting markets
Danish cuisine has characteristics similar to those of neighboring countries in Scandinavia and northern Europe.
Thus you will find many fish and seafood restaurants in Copenhagen. At the same time, the city has more to offer in the culinary field.


Places of entertainment in Copenhagen are scattered in different areas, but because the city itself is compact and even smaller, it becomes a convenient place for tourists. You will find a variety of entertainment venues in the city, and what makes it unique is that it is a leader in jazz clubs

Attractions in Copenhagen

It is an amazingly pleasant city, with plenty of entertainment and culture, a relaxed and friendly atmosphere


Among the most popular attractions in Copenhagen: Canal Cruises, a very pleasant experience in the city, through which you can discover the corners of the antique and magical Copenhagen. The Little Mermaid statue is undoubtedly the symbol of the city and it is recommended to see it. The town hall (Rådhus) was inspired by the town of Siena, Italy. Palace of Amalienborg - Royal Palace (Amalienborg Palace), considered the oldest royal house in the world.


Copenhagen has something for everyone. The city, characterized by classical European architecture and reminiscent of Prague, Amsterdam and Basel, is full of tourist sites for families, young people and couples, and offers plenty of entertainment, shopping and entertainment throughout the year


The capital of Denmark is a family paradise, a city that is easy to travel and surprisingly friendly with parks, museums, zoos and green parks in and around the city


Tivoli Gardens, considered one of the best amusement parks in Europe, are just a taste of what Copenhagen has to offer for families with children.
The city of Copenhagen offers a variety of attractions for children of all ages - tours following the fairy tales of the little mermaid, thimble, as well as cruise ship, green parks and amusement facilities

Copenhagen is one of the most child-friendly cities imaginable. This is a fairly compact city, with a relaxed atmosphere, which can be traveled by foot. In addition, this is a very green city, with many parks and gardens. And above all, Copenhagen has a very high concentration of sites and attractions for the whole family, and families will not get bored with it for a moment.

Accommodation in Copenhagen


Copenhagen is one of the most expensive cities in Europe, one can not hide it, so prices for accommodation in the city are not the cheapest on the continent.
However, you will find accommodation at reasonably priced accommodation in the beautiful and beautiful apartments we offer in central Copenhagen


Stasher offers luggage storage in locations across the city. If you need somewhere to store your bag before or after your stay, it is €7 per bag and you can use the code SMILINGFLATS  for 10% off. Bookings must be made online here

Travel to Copenhagen


Copenhagen Airport is called Kastrup. The airport is well connected to the city center by trains that pass through it frequently and around the clock


You will find plenty of available taxis waiting for passengers outside Terminals 1 and 3. The taxi will take you directly to one of our holiday apartments in central Copenhagen


The easiest way to reach the center of the city is by train, to which access is easy: under the hall departing Terminal 3, there is a train station, from which trains depart for the city every ten minutes or so (on weekdays). The time to travel to the city's central bus station is only 12 minutes


Most of the major car rental companies are represented at Copenhagen Airport. Terminals 1 and 3 are located at Europcar, Hertz and Avis. Terminal 3 also features Budget and Sixt windows.