Planning a trip to Copenhagen, Denmark, anytime soon? In a place known equally for its design, food, culture and arts, it can be hard to know where to begin. Here are a couple of tips on what to do, what to see and how to get around while you’re there.
As soon as you step foot in this big-little city, don’t be surprised if you almost get knocked over by a cyclist. In this Scandinavian capital, biking is the No. 1 way to get around. With plenty of rental shops to choose from, renting a bike is one of the more convenient ways to explore the main streets. And though the Danish don’t necessarily believe in locking up their own bikes, I’d suggest renting a lock just in case.
For getting around the more narrow streets, where you’ll find shops from high-end to regular souvenir stores, walking is a preferred method of transportation. The city isn’t that large, and it’s possible to walk the whole thing in a day.
Once you start your Danish journey make sure to stop at the places below. There are five must-see places.
Book a flight this summer during the peak season in Denmark to experience the beauty of the green landscape and the bustling Danish atmosphere.
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