24 hours in Copenhagen
Written by Laura A. Berg
As well as being the cultural, economic, and political centre of Denmark, Copenhagen is also a paradise for lovers of art and design, combining a traditional, maritime atmosphere with modern Danish architecture to form a unique and beautiful cityscape. In recent years, Copenhagen has emerged as a true gourmet destination and can pride itself on being the home of many world-class restaurants. The city’s very own brand of effortless style and low-key sophistication make this Nordic capital worth a visit.
Copenhagen’s inner city is relatively small and most distances can be covered on foot, giving you the chance to marvel at the beautiful cityscape.
There are three water bus lines going across and along the length of Copenhagen harbour, covering key landmarks such as the Opera House and ‘Paper Island’.
Wave down a cab anywhere in the city or at the larger train stations. All cabs are metered and fares are centrally regulated.