If you have dedicated to visit the Danish capital for just two days, but is that really enough? Copenhagen is known for many things – many castles, great food, incredible museums, amusement parks, breweries, and warm people. Most frequent travelers recommend at least five days in the city, but when you are pressed for time and want to experience the iconic stuff, it is important to plan. For your stay, consider apartment Copenhagen holiday options, which offer more value for money, and some of the best properties are in Østerbro district. Also, get the Copenhagen Card for visiting more than 85 attractions for free!

Christiansborg Palace

This was home to Danish monarchs once, but Christiansborg Palace is iconic enough to marvel on its own and is also home to Danish Parliament. You can access the palace for free, and if you are in mood to pay for a luxury meal, do visit the Tower restaurant on the top, which offers incredible view and the best of Danish cuisine.

Tivoli Gardens

Did you know that Tivoli Garden is the 2nd oldest amusement park in the world? Hold on- Don’t let the age of this park fool you. Tivoli Gardens is known for its incredible rides, including the roller coaster, and you will also find dance halls, special events, fireworks on Fridays and more. Just make sure that you have adequate cash to pay for rides.

Freetown Christiana

Anyone who has been to Copenhagen at least a few times will insist that you visit Freetown Christiana, which is a hippie community that’s car free. Keep in mind that there are a few dos and don’ts here that must be followed. For instance, you are not allowed to take photos.


Shopping in Strøget is a different game altogether. You will see a lot of fancy and high-street brands, and while these labels are expensive, it is still nice to have a coffee at one of the cafés here. Just for your information – Strøget is one of the longest pedestrian malls in the world!


Finally, you cannot miss Nyhavn, which remains the most iconic area of Copenhagen. Buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries have been painted in bright colors, and you will find some well-planned cafés, restaurants, and bars here. Close from the harbor area, you can also take organized canal tours of the city.

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