Try out some of the following suggestions...
Andrei Bodor says:
Get prepared for sticker shock! Stay at a hostel, rent a bike, find a grocery store and get your food from there and maybe in the morning go for some coffee and pastry, go to the museums on the days they are free, breath in the fresh air.
Diana Priyatna says:
Some places are closed during winter time!
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Madeleine Clifford says:
Visit Christiana, but be careful of the local goods!
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Cristina Alfredo says:
Christiania and the church with a black tower that you can go up, very nice!
Explore the Tivoli Gardens
Sarah Swan says:
Hard to pick just one tip. Start with Tivoli, and keep going!
Sanna Nolsøe Djurhuus says:
Odense is very Danish... And Tivoli in Copenhagen of course! The decorations for Christmas are wonderful.
Elly Yoonjin Nam says:
Got to go to Tivoli!
Walk along the waterfront of Nyhavn
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David Rodríguez Cuadros says:
Nyhavn too and the Little Mermaid.
El Garzas says:
Nyhavn of course, and Castellet!
Get on a bike
Carolin Weitzl says:
Copenhagen by bike in spring and summer time, drive through Nyhavn and end up in Christiania.
See the Little Mermaid
Erin Nelson says:
Carlsberg Brewery, Little Mermaid, canal tour and pølse med brød!
Eat lots of cake
Cati Esteva Trulla says:
Go to one of the cakes buffet for breakfast and try as many Danish pastry as you can.
Check out the cafes and bars
Arielle Vaden says:
Going to a cafe or bar thats Hygge! And enjoying Christmas here. There are so many Christmas markets - go to the one in Nyhavn and then get an Irish Coffee in a cute restaurant on the water.
Mel Trach says:
Wallstreet pub ... absolutely.
Randi Eggum Wangen says:
Copenhagen is lovely - nice people and good food - try Peder Oxe for a nice meal.
Take the city bus for some city sightseeing
Mary Griffin Wirick says:
Get on a city bus and just ride it to the end of the line and back. You will certainly see something of a well designed way of life. I was impressed with the way the elderly were cared for.
Check out some beer breweries
Mariø Blasetti says:
Nørrebro and Christiania! The Carlsberg Factory and the public library!
Maren Sivesgaard Olesen says:
Forget the Little Mermaid, it's over-rated. And instead of the Carlsberg Brewery, try the micro breweries, for example Nørrebro Bryghus on Nørrebro.
Buy your food in the supermarkets
Laura Cambril Hernández says:
Go to cheap supermarkets to buy your food if u don't want to spend too much money.
Relax on the Star Shaped Island
Grace Pantilanan says:
Visit the star shaped island... It's very beautiful and relaxing there... I miss it.
Check out Grundtvig's Church
Bo Esther Temted says:
For me is Grundtvig's Church
Get some culture at the Louisiana Museum
Beau Colin says:
Louisiana museum by train it's 30 minutes. Totally worth visiting, a beautiful museum next to the sea.
Arseny Shilikhin says:
Take a train to Klampenborg outside of Copenhagen and bike or just walk around in the beautiful Dyrehaven and watch the deers. They are used to humans and let you come as close as 30 feet to them. Afterwards enjoy the amuzement park Dyrehavsbakken or go for a chill swim at the Bellavue Beach.
Save up before you visit
Cailin O'Neil says:
Bring lots of money!
Louise A Butler says:
Definitely expensive ...but plenty of interesting places to eat and loads to drink.
Brett Carr says:
Take lots of money as it's very expensive!
Hopefully these top Copenhagen tips will help you make to most of your visit to Copenhagen.