What’s Doing in Copenhagen

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Lobby of the Skt. Petri hotel

Lobby of the Skt. Petri hotel

Another favorite is the Firsthotel Twenty-Seven, home to the IceBar Copenhagen, the city’s first permanent bar built of ice taken from the Torne River in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden.

If you want to stay close to the airport, consider the Park Inn by Radisson Copenhagen, which is a four-minute Metro ride from Copenhagen Airport.


Copenhagen Airport, known also as Kastrup Airport, is the largest airport in Scandinavia, serving nearly 23 million passengers a year. Kastrup is a major hub for low-cost carrier Norwegian Air, which offers non-stop Boeing 787 Dreamliner service to the city from Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York City (JFK), and Orlando. Norwegian’s presence in the market has significantly driven down the cost of airfare from the United States. Kastrup also serves as a hub for Scandinavian Airlines, which connects the city to popular destinations in Europe and North America including London, Paris, Berlin, Chicago, Newark, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.

Norwegian flies Dreamliners from the U.S. to Copenhagen

Norwegian flies Dreamliners from the U.S. to Copenhagen

The airport, which is 12 minutes by train to the city center, is served by over 60 airlines, including major carriers such as Air Canada, British Airways, KLM, Delta, and United.

Getting around the city is easy thanks to the Copenhagen Metro, with trains that provide around the clock service.


Wonderful Copenhagen is a charming and welcoming destination whose beauty and hospitality awaits. It’s cheaper and more convenient than ever to get there and its many hidden gems await the traveler looking for a fairy tale evoking experience.

(Photos: Accura Media Group)

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