Copenhagen is Scandinavia's most vibrant and affordable capital, and one of Europe's most user-friendly cities. Copenhagen travel will give you a chance to see small and welcoming city. It's a place where people rather than cars set the pace, as evidenced by the multitude of pavement cafés and the number of thoroughfares that have been given over to pedestrians and bicycles.
Copenhagen travel offers a range of entertainment which belies its relatively modest size: at night there are plenty of cozy bars and an intimate club and live-music network that could hardly be bettered, while in summer, especially, there's a varied range of entertainment as the city's population takes to the streets. This is not to mention a beckoning range of cultural attractions, including major national museums, a selection of magical art galleries, a healthy assortment of performing arts events and one of Europe's most interesting film scenes.
Physically, much of Copenhagen dates from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, a cultured ensemble of handsome renaissance palaces, parks and merchant houses laid out around the waterways and canals that give the city, in places, a pronounced Dutch flavour. Successive Danish monarchs left their mark on the place.
The city's physical face is essential to its style. It is small and so easy to get around. Everyone cycles, pedestrianized areas are common- place, and the legacy of 17th-century planning characterizes much of what is best about the shape and feel of the city. Canals and lakes, parks and palaces, the sombre and muted colours of buildings combine to evoke a sense of historical time that Copenhagen has no intention of relinquishing in the name of progress. Yet alongside this respect for the past and contempt for symbols of modernity, like skyscrapers, there is an eager anticipation for modern design. Architects and designers are household names, and it is not difficult to find hotels and restaurants that are proud - and not in the name- dropping sense - of their designer shower fittings, sofas or lamps.
Danes are well educated, English speaking, and very welcoming of tourists.
Copenhagen's unique blend of old-world charm, urban sophistication, and enchanting accents leave little to be desired and make for a perfect get-a-way.
Copenhagen travel gives you an opportunity to see and visit popular and famous attractions are: Tivoli Gardens - A garden park dating from 1843, located in the center of Copenhagen and featuring over 40 restaurants. Carlsberg Brewery - Take a self-guided tour with beer tasting afterwords. Nyhavn district - a tourist favorite for people-watching in outdoor cafes. Stroget - The pedestrian strolling area of Copenhagen features shops, restaurants, bars and cafes. Christiansborg Palace, the seat of the Danish Parliament. Guided tours through the royal reception rooms and Parliament areas are offered.
Don't forget to visit Copenhagen Museums. The National Museum portrays the history of the Danes. Fine art museums include the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, and the Royal Museum of Fine Art. The Vikingship Museum, and the Cathedral where the Danish Kings and Queens are buried, are half an hour away from Copenhagen, in Roskilde.
If you are planning Copenhagen travel, visit different web-sites, Copenhagen tourist board, where you will find all needed information.