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|Copenhagen Airport (CPH): 5 mi from city centre|
Copenhagen is the king of Scandinavian cities to visit. When you’re ready to plan a vacation, securing cheap flights to Kastrup Airport (CPH) is the best place to start. There are a number of low cost airlines flying from London to Denmark like EasyJet, Air Berlin, Cimber Sterling and Germanwings.
Many travellers plan their trips around the weather. Winter in Denmark is remarkably cold. The best time to visit is between May and late August when the days are warm, keep this in mind when booking cheap tickets from London to Copenhagen.
Flights to Copenhagen from London take 1h 45min.
The 100 year old amusement park, Tivoli is a good place to start and make sure you end up in Christiania at the end of the day to enjoy a beer at one of the neighbourhood's arty bars. Just remember though, Cristiania is a car-free area, so leave your Copenhagen rent car at the hotel.
The Little Mermaid: This is the most photographed monument in the country. The bronze sculpture was created by Edvard Eriksen and is based on the character from Hans Christian Andersen's story.
Danish Design: Head straight back to the present and visit the Danish Design Center in the city centre, Copenhagen is after all the centre of industrial and product design in Denmark.
Museums: Entrance to most museums is free on Wednesdays, a great way to save some money while visiting the city. The city is well signed in English as well as German, very tourist-friendly. Explore the country's Viking history at the Nationalmuseet, where Viking weapons are on display.
Food & Drinks: Those unaccustomed to Scandinavian foods may pause before dishes like their fish dumplings but those are unconcerned with the contrast will appreciate such classic selections and welcome the surprise to their palette.
Find more information on visitcopenhagen.com.
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