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Why Fly to Copenhagen?
When you hop on a cheap flight to Denmark's capital, Copenhagen, expect royal elegance, hippy living, canal side relaxation and frenzied shopping. Fireworks and funfair rides make Tivoli Gardens a kids’ wonderland and literary types wander in Hamlet’s footsteps at Kronborg Castle in Elsinore. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights and tickets to Copenhagen.
Flying to Copenhagen from the UK
There are low-cost flights to Copenhagen from airports across the UK. Reach the Danish capital directly from Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow in less than two hours. Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham, Gatwick, Stansted, London City and Heathrow airports all offer non-stop services. At Heathrow, bag a low cost flight by flying indirectly via Warsaw.
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Which Airlines Fly to Copenhagen?
For a discounted flight to Copenhagen, low-cost carriers are a good bet if you book ahead, offering flights from Gatwick, Stansted and Manchester. Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) offers a variety of services to Copenhagen, flying from Aberdeen, Manchester, Birmingham and Heathrow direct. You can also get low-cost fares from Norwegian Air Shuttle, which flies from Edinburgh and Gatwick. Danish-based Cimber Sterling operates out of Edinburgh, Newcastle, London City, Gatwick. BMI offers flights from Edinburgh and Glasgow. SAS runs a high-frequency shuttle between London Heathrow and Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo. British Airways also flies to the city from Heathrow.
Mini Travel Guide to Copenhagen
Now you’ve bought your flights to Copenhagen, it’s time to find out what there is to see and do. Most visitors are intrigued by the terribly trendy former red light district Vesterbro which used to be all brothels and butchers but is now crammed with retro clothes shops, coffee houses and hip bars and clubs. For true boho, wander along to Christiana, a hippy community set up in the early 70s – it’s filled with art, theatre and live music. If you’re more Ferragamo than flip flops, make for Frederiksburg, where upscale shops leave you short on your mortgage payments. Go rowing in the leafy Frederiksburg Gardens to recover. There’s an abundance of culture at the National Gallery, you can see how Danish royals live with a tour around Amalienborg Palace or just relax and admire the design-perfect, contemporary architecture on a canal trip.