Copenhagen, Sail through the Denmark Capital and a Floating Scene Stealer

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is situated on the eastern coast of Amager stretching across Zealand. Families and visitors choose cheap Copenhagen city breaks for its more than 100 year old beautiful miniature gardens, art galleries and museums, ancient and fascinating Danish culture and plenty of fun options to keep the kids busy. Sailing through the floating Danish city which engulfs water that flows through its veins, this city is a delightful experience to explore for any travel lover over a relaxing budget Europe weekend break.
Being a capital city, Copenhagen is large enough to be a big metropolis with strong culture, a shopaholic’s heaven and an amazing nightlife for the night creatures yet its small enough to be beautifully connected inside out for a smoother navigation. All this can only be inhaled over taking a weekend break Copenhagen with a plethora of things to do in Copenhagen.

What makes Copenhagen an Ideal Europe Weekend Breaks Destination?

Tivoli Gardens 
The second oldest amusement park in world and the greatest point of glory in Copenhagen, this amazing theme park was set up way back in 1843. It houses several things for attraction for families, specially kids and lone visitors such as exotic styling, popular restaurants, cafes, flower gardens and the fun filled amusement rides. The gardens lit up at dark with hundreds of colored lamps and specially designed fireworks also steal the show on certain evenings.
Stroget, the shopper’s hub
Not many know that one of the world’s longest pedestrian streets is at the Stroget, which has a beautiful lineage of some budget shops and expensive brands and cosy coffee shops. The stretch is 1.1 kilometers long and runs from City Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv and covers the streets Frederiksberggade, Nygade, Vimmelskaftet and stergade.
Aka New heaven, primarily a busy commercial shipping port, now a restructured centre of dim colored townhouses making it a nice setting for tourists to enjoy a beer and natter.
Talk a walk down the quiet cobblestone and tree lined streets of this posh Copenhagen district popular for its little mermaid statue. One tip is to actually read Hans Christians Andersen’s fairy tale before landing up at Osterbro.
Copenhagen Jazz House
Wonderful place to spend the time for jazz lovers, it holds concerts every year from big bands playing freestyle to acid jazz. A relatively small venue accommodating nearly 100 people per show is still a hit among tourists for the nightclub during weekends.
Rosenborg’s Castle and King’s Gardens
Adorned with beautiful sculptures alongside the lime tree lined paths, the park saw a revisiting of the art in 19th century.
Round Tower
Rundetaarn, built in 15th century, offers a great panoramic view of the city from the top of the tower.
One of the most popular recreations spots of the city, built way back in 16th century has one of the most popular rides such as old wooden roller coaster.
Enjoy a traditional Danish lunch at the Michelin start restaurants or inhale the aromatic breads at the city’s famous bakeries and patisseries with a range of cafes, streak houses and sea food restaurants. With a lot on plate for kids to relish, couples to cherish and the families to bond over a short break in Copenhagen, the amazing Europe weekend break deals and hotel bookings available with Crystal Travel, would be too tempting to miss.

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