Beware of the taxis in Copenhagen if paying with a credit card - they will tell you the internet is down and if you don’t have Krona they will accept other currencies, calculate the exchange rate for you and add a hell of a lot on the fare for the trouble.
Spent one night in Copenhagen before the cruise, stayed at Absalom hotel near Central Station, took the train there from airport, was very easy. Went to Tivoli Gardens - very enjoyable! Stayed at the Admiral hotel for one night after cruise, near Nyhaven, great hotel and location, walking distance to Little Mermaid, Amalienborg castle for changing of the guard, Rosenborg castle to see the crown jewels, and a little shopping on the Stroget - a packed day but well worth it!
Visited: May 27, 2018
Easy city to navigate. Our hotel Bella sky was beautiful. Friendly people. The waterways and canals are gorgeous. Subway was ok we had a bit of trouble telling which way they were coming/going but a lovely local helped us. We made our way to Copenhagen street food which is in an old warehouse by the waterfront that is being used as a street food style eatery with lots of vendors. They sell fabulous mojitos as well as other adult beverages if you wish to have it. Popular with the locals. Saw lots of families there. Little mermaid statue was great for me - super crowded though. Would skip that next time. Tivoli Gardens was amazing and worth the money. Canal tour was a must and you try a danish hotdog. We would love to go back here!
Our family of six stayed in Copenhagen prior to and after our cruise of the Baltic’s. What a wonderful city! The people were so friendly and easily spoke to us in English (really motivated me to try to learn Danish). The city is visually stunning. Public transport and the walkability of the Copenhagen made for fun hassle free sight seeing and dining. A little tip if cruising out of this city AC Bella Sky and the Crowne Plaza have shuttles to and from the airport and to and from the cruise port for a fee.
Tivoli gardens is well worth a visit, and the little mermaid
Visited: Jun 23, 2019
Love Copenhagen. Really easy to walk around for the cruise port. We tried a few opened sandwich, they are great. We visited two castles, amalienborg and rosenborg. I liked Rosenborg more than Amalienborg but both were nice to see.
The boat tour was excellent. The problem here was that the time we spent waiting for other groups to fill up the boat meant a somewhat rushed trip through Tivoli Gardens (especially as we were very hungry by then and stopped to eat.) and again a trip directly back to the ship without any time to experience downtown Copenhagen.
Visited: Jun 03, 2018
Beautiful city with the most welcoming people we have ever encountered
Visited: Jun 27, 2018
Spent a couple of day’s here to get over jet lag before embarking. Best decision of the trip, I got over jet lag but also loved Copenhagen, Denmark. Probably one of my favorite stops on the trip.
Visited: May 10, 2018
We spent 4 days in Copenhagen before the cruise started. We bought the 3 day Copenhagen card and it worked out for us. We did a lot of touring around by ourselves seeing castles , amusement parks, museums, Viking ships, and other attractions.
Visited: Jun 20, 2019
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