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The Danish capital is certainly worth a visit.

Copenhagen is known for its picturesque harbour. As you walk through the city, the colourful townhouses will also catch your attention. If you enjoy fine dining, Noma is a restaurant that has been hailed as the best Michelin-starred restaurant in Denmark. Did you know that Copenhagen is also the ideal city if you want to include a trip to Malmö in Sweden? The Øresund Bridge is around 9 kilometres long and it connects Denmark to Sweden. Transavia Holidays is the starting point for your city break to Copenhagen. Put together your ideal holiday by choosing a flight and selecting a hotel. You can also pick fun activities or hire a convenient rental car at the same time.

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Copenhagen at its best

When you visit the Danish capital, the colourful Nyhavn Harbour will immediately catch your attention. Pull up a seat at one of the cosy cafes and admire the 17th-century townhouses. If you love fairytales, then this is your chance to see the Little Mermaid. The statue, made in 1913, can be found at the harbour in Østerbro. Not only is the statue impressive, but the view is also breathtaking. If you don’t want to miss any of Copenhagen’s highpoints, you can take a three-hour bicycle tour that goes past all of the city’s astounding sights.

Gourmet experiences

Copenhagen is also definitely worth a visit for gourmet experiences. Real gourmets head to Noma, which is one of the world’s best restaurants and has been awarded 3 Michelin stars. Noma is extremely popular, so to avoid a long wait, it’s best to reserve well in advance. There’s also another way that you can enjoy Danish cuisine. How about taking a gourmet bicycle tour? At every stop, you will enjoy a snack or a drink. This is also the perfect way to discover smørrebrød, a traditional Danish open sandwich that is made with rye bread and topped with meat or fish. It’s definitely worth trying!

“If you’re travelling with kids, right in the centre of Copenhagen you’ll find Tivoli, a theme park that opened in 1843.”

From Copenhagen to Malmö

Denmark and Sweden are linked by the Øresund Bridge, so you can visit two countries in a single day. Take a day trip to Malmö in Sweden and stroll to the Stora Torget and Lilla Torget squares. The area around these squares is bustling and packed with boutiques and cosy cafes. You can also visit Malmöhus Slott fort that was built in the 16th century. The fort is a treat for the eyes and you will find various museums inside.