Holidays to Copenhagen
The Danish capital, Copenhagen, is a brilliant destination for a Scandinavian break. Here at lastminute.com we have a superb selection of deals on holidays in Copenhagen for you to choose from. Why not book your flights and hotel together and save even more? The city’s cobbled streets are home to some fascinating museums, chic bars, and some of the best restaurants in the world. This means Copenhagen has something for everyone and you’ll definitely have a fantastic holiday.
If you’re a bit of a foodie then you’ll feel right at home in Copenhagen as it’s home to a total of 15 Michelin-starred restaurants. The most famous restaurant is Noma, which was voted the world’s best restaurant in 2014. Noma is so unique it has become a sight of pilgrimage for food lovers from all over the world. The restaurant is run by head chef René Redzepi and specialises in finding unique ingredients from the Danish landscape. The menu is not for the squeamish, with raw squid and live ants having featured in the past.
A great way to easily see all of the top sights Copenhagen has to offer is by going on a bus tour of the city. The tours are run in a hop-on, hop-off style which means you can get off and explore anywhere that grabs your interest. The tour lasts approximately one hour and has lots of convenient stops dotted around the city.
Copenhagen has a fascinating history for you to discover. One of the best places to visit to explore the city’s rich past is The Worker’s Museum. Opened in 1986, the museum is located in the centre of the city and offers a great insight into the daily lives of workers over the past 150 years. A particular highlight of the museum is the Sorensen Family exhibition, which tracks the lives of a working-class family through three generations.
Ballet and Opera
Copenhagen is home to a brilliant selection of theatres that offer the chance to see some world-class productions of both opera and ballet. One of the best theatres is the Copenhagen Opera House, which has a beautiful limestone exterior, and a foyer with many features made of Sicilian marble. The foyer is also home to three works of art by the Danish artist, Olafur Eliasson, which are worth seeing even if you aren't planning to see a production