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Copenhagen City Add-On

The old merchants’ port
Holiday information
Nights: 2
Accommodation: centrally located, stylish hotel
Meals: breakfast only
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This Holiday in a nutshell
  • compact city which is easy to explore on foot or by bike
  • notes for a self-guided city walking tour included
  • choice of stylish, waterfront hotels
  • enjoy as an add-on to another Inntravel holiday in Denmark

Visit Copenhagen and you will be struck by the omnipresence of the sea (København, as the Danes know it, translates as ‘merchants’ port’). And if the Baltic always feels close, so too does Sweden, not much more than a stone’s throw away on the other side of Øresund, a relatively narrow strait spanned by a bridge.
St Alban’s Anglican Church is a surprising slice of England in the middle of Copenhagen. The use of flint, a common feature of churches in the east of England, sets it apart from Danish churches, and the roof tiles were imported from Shropshire!
     
Water is not the only abundant feature. There are plenty of parks and green spaces, as well as a wide range of museums and galleries, not to mention a wealth of royal palaces and castles, whose towers are, along with the spires of churches, the only thing to punctuate the otherwise flat skyline. Unusually for a capital city, most of the main sights can be reached on foot, though you may prefer to do as locals do and get around by bike – Copenhagen is one of, if not the, most cycle-friendly cities in the world.

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