4 Seasons, 4 Guides to Visiting Copenhagen


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No matter what season it is, apartment Copenhagen holiday always feels like a hygge, a blessing. From the summers to the winters when the canals freeze over. This article lists out all 4 guides to help you get the most of this Danish capital all four seasons. Thank us later.

Summer in Copenhagen

You can join a street festival, jump in the water, have some ice cream, and have your dinner outside to enjoy the exotic Nordic summer nights. You can explore the city’s local market on a bike or on foot, go on a swim in Copenhagen’s harbor, spend some time at King’s Garden and Assistens Cemetery or head to the beach. The idea is to be the happiest the Danes claim to be.

Autumn in Copenhagen

Autumn is a beauty bestowed all over the world, especially in Copenhagen. You can explore the magic in the air at Rosenberg’s Castle or spend some time in Vestre Cemetery. If you want to head outskirts, visit the Hareskoven, or explore the 12,000 flower variants in Central Copenhagen.

Winter in Copenhagen

When in Copenhagen, you can never say no to hygge. Hygge is Danish for coziness and is pronounced as hougga. Get the best spa at La Banchina in Refshaleøen, or head to Noma for a freshly brewed cup of Joe and handmade Danish pastry. You can also visit the cobblestone street when it’s snowing or get a cup of hot chocolate at Tivoli.

Spring in Copenhagen

Spring brings a newfound energy in this Danish capital. Do not miss visiting the Tivoli gardens in this season. Explore the city on a solar-powered boat in Copenhagen’s harbor. Or visit the Park Museums for the spring exhibitions. And if you are willing to explore Copenhagen in the outskirts, do visit the Deer Park.

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