Temperature: 1-17 (°C)
Spring is a great time of the year to cosy up in Copenhagen's museums. Expect up to 12 hours of sunshine a day and average temperatures in the low-teens (°C). If you're planning on riding the canals, book your holiday for the summer when can enjoy highs of 21(°C). The beginning of autumn is mild and bright in Copenhagen, with temperatures hovering in the low-teens before dropping below 10 in December. Hang around for the rest of winter to watch the city transform into an open-air winter wonderland during the Christmas markets.
Artsy Types: Be inspired by Copenhagen’s modern architecture, innovative interior design and numerous art galleries.
Foodies: Enjoy fresh seafood and seasonal ingredients at one of the city’s many world-class restaurants.
Scenery Lovers: Explore Copenhagen’s narrow cobbled streets and peaceful canals on a walking tour of the city.
Language: The language spoken in Copenhagen is Danish
Currency: The currency used in Copenhagen is Danish Kroner (Kr)
Local time: The local time in Copenhagen is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time
Fly to: The nearest international airport is Copenhagen Airport (CPH), located 5 miles southeast of Copenhagen city centre
Flight time from UK: Approximately 2 hours
Tourist Information: Further Copenhagen tourist information can be found at www.visitcopenhagen.com
Visa / Health: Before your holiday to Copenhagen, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/denmark for recommendations and advice on visas and health.
By bus: Local buses run 24-hours a day and are an easy way to get around. Buy a City Pass for unlimited access to all public transport.
On foot: The best way to explore the sights in the city centre is on foot.
By hire car: On a sunny day, hire a car and take a day trip to the suburbs of the city. Traffic is usually manageable and hire prices are reasonable.
Spring celebrations: Join thousands of costumed revellers as they takes to the streets of Copenhagen for the Aalborg carnival in May. Expect drums, body paint and plenty of good vibes.
Midsummer festivities: If you want a true taste of Danish culture, Midsummer’s Night at the end of June is an event not to be missed. Join the locals as they celebrate the longest day of the year with festivities throughout the country.
Jazz in the streets: Jazz musicians from all over the world flood the city streets and squares for Copenhagen Jazz Festival in July.