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City breaks to Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a cool, laid back city break destination for people who would like to visit a European Capital city without experiencing the usual hectic rushing around and crazy traffic congestion that is experienced in other major cities. Copenhagen is similar to Amsterdam as it features many beautiful canals and a picturesque skyline which is not dominated by overbearing skyscrapers and corporate office blocks. Instead the city has lovely terracotta rooftops and copper green spires and beautiful plazas and instead of rush hour traffic there are many cyclists pedalling around the city. City Breaks to Copenhagen from Ireland are a gateway to Scandinavia although the city has its own unique personality which is different to the rest of mainland Europe and Scandinavia. Book a Cheap Short Break or a Weekend Break to Copenhagen from Dublin today and experience a relaxing city break in a beautiful city. Book now with Club Travel for the best deals flights, holidays and Cheap Last Minute City Breaks to Copenhagen.
Things to do and see in Copenhagen
The Little Mermaid Statue: This sculpture is now over 100 years old and it is one of Copenhagen's premier tourist attractions. It is based on the Hans Christian Anderson Fairy Tale.
Other attractions include:
The National Gallery
The Viking Ship Museum
Hotels in Copenhagen
Absalon Hotel is one of the few family run hotels in Copenhagen. The hotel combines tradition and progress and has thereby created a modern and up-to-date hotel while still keeping an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Overall this family owned and run hotel offers good value for money, a modern interior in a traditional building and an excellent friendly service all within a central location.
The Richmond (ex Best Western) Hotel is ideally located in central Copenhagen a short hop to the Tivoli Gardens, Town Hall Square and the famous 'Stroget' shopping street.
Food and Drink
Copenhagen is the home of Carlsberg and it is no surprise that locals enjoy a good beer with their food. Traditional Danish cuisine is quick, simple food like potatoes, porridge, roast pork and of course oysters and other seafood.
Copenhagen Airport is located 8km south of the city centre and is linked to the city by metro, rail and bus. The journey to the city takes roughly 35-40 minutes
Weather in Copenhagen Winter and eraly spring is very cold with temperatures dropping below freezing. Summer and Autumn reach a max temperature of about 20 degrees celcius.
Currency the Danish Krone
Visa Requirements Irish citizens do not require a visa as Denmark is in the E.U