Copenhagen has a large number of attractions and historic sights to tantalise everyone’s tastes and interests, compact and hospitable it is very easy to explore by foot. Some of the most famed attractions include Tivoli gardens – with exotic architecture, lush gardens and historic buildings the 100-year-old amusement park is an international treasure alongside The Little Mermaid – a coastal bronze and granite sculpture inspired by one of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale. The city is further celebrated for its culinary delights and innovative design industry and is home to over 15 Michelin-starred restaurants. An ideal end a long days exploring is a visit to Nyhavn, enjoy dinner at one of the cosy restaurants or, enjoy a local beer on the quayside.
Top itineraries in Copenhagen & Zealand
This gentle five-day self-drive tour through Sweden's gourmet heartland takes in the rural and coastal scenery between Malmo and Ystad. Accommodation is in two of the region's leading hotels, from where the locations from the hugely popular Wallander series can be visited.
Top places to stay in Copenhagen & Zealand
Sister ship to the Silver Shadow and welcoming just 382 guests, the Silver Whisper maintains the feeling of intimacy and exclusivity that you would expect from an ultra luxury cruise line
Located in Denmark’s capital city and the popular Vesterbro district, the Andersen Boutique Hotel is situated within easy reach of Copenhagen’s best dining, attractions, nightlife, shopping and cultural hits.
The only sensible choice for airport accommodation in Copenhagen, with spacious rooms and a fantastic spa.
When to go to Copenhagen & Zealand
Meet our Copenhagen & Zealand experts
Speak to a tailor-made specialist on 020 7590 0618