Copenhagen is one of the most cycle-friendly cities I have ever visited, a great city that impressed me instantly. There is a relaxing and cool vibe in the city that makes it easy to feel like home. Read my guide on some of the budget things and activities you can do in the city, where to eat , what to do and which places to visit, from local attractions to food and entertainment.
WHAT TO SEE AND DO ON A BUDGET
Nyhavn‘s colourful houses impressed me instantly. Nyhavn, Copenhagen‘s historical harbour, one of the most picturesque areas, is a must see you visit Copenhagen.
Visit Christiansborg Palace (95 DKK). The palace has free access to the tower, from where you can admire Copenhagen’s overwhelming beauty.
WHERE TO EAT
I had a good tasting experience – delicious steak, au gratin potatoes, salad bar and white wine (cost 250 DKK) in Jensens Bøfhus, Vesterbrogade.
I had a wonderful experience dining traditional danish dishes in Frk. Barners Kaelder. The food was of great quality, the portions were quite good and the prices affordable. The dinner per person cost about 200 DKK.
I really enjoyed every moment of my visit to Botanical Garden. The entrance is free of charge.
Visit Little mermaid statue, at Langelinje Pier, one of Copenhagen’s most famous tourist attractions and Christiania, an independent car-free district of about 850 to 1,000 residents.
COFFEE & MORE
- Taste and buy great quaity tea in Tante T in Torvehallerne market.
- Taste local goodies as cheese, fish, meat, tea, veggies coffee shops in Torvehallerne market. Torvehallerne market is a popular market, a busy market with lots of coffee shops and food spots.
- If you would like to have a break from shopping why not visit @cafe Norden? Great coffee in a nice chil out envoronment. Cafe Nordenis is a little procey – a cappuccino ☕ costs 60 DKK /8 € but worth it. The cafe is situated in Copenhagen’s largest shopping area, Strøget in the heart of the city.
- Visit Democratic cafe, a relaxing coffee shop, situated in a library venue. Democratic cafe is a great place to study and network.
- Visit all time classic Esspresso House and have a coffee or tea and cake, at the cost of 60DKK.
- Tivoli Gardens,one of the most popular sights is closed in January.
- January is the coldest month. Temperature lies between -2 and 2°C.
- Find clothing shops and souvenirs in Strøget, Copenhagen’s largest shopping area.
- Don”t miss the chance to rent a bike in one of the best cycling cities and discover Copenhagen ‘s beauty. 1 day is 100 DKK (Donkey.Bike).
Botanical Garden: Øster Farimagsgade 2C, 1353
Restaurant Jensens Bøfhus :Vesterbrogade 11A, 1620
Restaurant Frk. Barners Kaelder:Helgolandsgade 8A, 1653
Tante T: Torvehallerne – Copenhagen market , Linnésgade 17, 1364
Cafe Norden : Østergade 61, 1100
The Little Mermaid: Langelinie, 2100
Democratic Coffee Shop :Krystalgade 15, 1172
Christiansborg Palace tower: Prins Jørgens Gård 1, 1218