Don’t Leave Copenhagen Without Doing These 15 Things

Don’t Leave Copenhagen Without Doing These 15 Things

We are kind of in love with the Danish capital of Copenhagen as a city and destination to visit.

Denmark is the country of living in the moment. Recently named the happiest nation in the world!

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I know, it´s like doing the impossible and choosing between your own children between the lovely Baltic Sea harbors we offer, but the Danish capital really has it all to bring you the unique Danish understanding of life- it´s about hygge ( definition: In essence, hygge means creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people), fantastic design in every aspect of daily life, freedom via open spaces on the breathtakingly beautiful coastline and being able go deep in culture, enchanting countryside castles and the wonderfully rich city space in a matter of days. We know tourists who have come for their first visit and returned the next year as residents to Copenhagen, because they could not let the inviting feeling of Danish lifestyle go.

Not sure what the Danish hygge is really about, come and question our wonderfully Danish private tour guides on Copenhagen Tours, and find out.

Little curious now, what are the MUST SEE & DO elements you might want to include to your next trip visiting Copenhagen and Denmark, read more here and get inspired:

Don’t Dare Leave Copenhagen Without Doing These 15 Things

Useful Danish Words

English
Danish
Pronounciation
Hello
Goddag/Hej
Go-day/Hi
Goodbye
Farvel
Fah-vel
Yes
Ja
Ya
No
Nej
Nai
Thank you
Tak
Tack

Quick facts about Copenhagen and Denmark
Population 5,627,235 (2014)

Area 42,916 square kilometres

Population density 130.50 per square kilometre

Geographic region Scandinavia

Gross domestic product DKK 1,915 billion (2014)

GDP per capita DKK 322,000 (2014)

Capital Copenhagen 1,246,611 (2014)

Other major cities Aarhus 259.754, Odense 172.512 & Aalborg 109.092 (2014)

Form of state Monarchy

Government The Liberal Party (Venstre)

Head of state Queen Margrethe II (since 14 January 1972)

Head of government Lars Løkke Rasmussen (since 28 June 2015)

Ethnic distribution 5,026,561 Danes. Immigrants and their descendants constitute 600,674 (2014)

Life expectancy Women 81.9 years, men 78.0 years (2014)

Language Danish

Religion 90% Protestant

Currency Danish Kroner, DKK 1 Krone = 100 Øre (DKK 5.58 = USD 1, 2014)

Membership UN, OECD, EU, Nato, Schengen, OSCE, IMF, WTO and others.

 

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