What is the best part of Copenhagen to stay in?
Will Copenhagen Christmas markets be open?
The large Christmas markets in Copenhagen are generally open daily from around 11:00 to 19:00 – often a bit later on weekends. Most markets open around 12 November and end a few days before Christmas. Only Tivoli is open on and beyond Christmas Day — buy Tivoli tickets online.
Where are Christmas markets in Copenhagen?
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The best Christmas markets are to be found at Nyhavn, Christiania and Tivoli Gardens, where the aromas of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg will pull you in for a session of beautiful, guilt free indulgence that Christmas positively demands.
How Many Days in Copenhagen – The Short Answer. Travelers incorporating Copenhagen into a broader trip plan will usually find that 3 days is a good starting point. If Copenhagen is more of a detour than a destination, 2 days will suffice. 4+ days is recommended for anyone who considers the city a top priority.
If you do plan to brave the chill, we suggest planning your getaway for Christmastime when the streets are decorated. But remember, Christmas is another popular time to visit, so you may see a spike in room rates in December. Prices are generally low the rest of the season.
The Copenhagen weather in December is very cold and with snow showers, so wrap up warm for your winter break to Denmark. December to February's when most snow falls around Copenhagen, with between 20mm to 50mm of wintery showers expected. The city's surrounded by the Oresund Strait and has the Baltic Sea to the south.
Unvaccinated travelers from the United States may travel to Denmark. Unvaccinated travelers from the United States must have a negative COVID test to be admitted to Denmark.