About this holiday
City of Islands
With Denmark consisting mainly of islands and the peninsula of Jutland, it is hardly surprising that its gorgeous capital city is located
over two of these; Zealand and Amager.
Also known as Kongens village, the city is pleasingly crammed with street cafés, designer shops and some of the best restaurants in the world.
Of course there are plenty of sites to gaze at, many of which we will spot on our included guided tour. Spot the Folketing (Danish Parliament)
and the cathedral Vor Frue Kirke (Church of our Lady) and keep an eye out in the harbour for the famous sculpture of ‘The Little Mermaid’ from
the fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson.
A break to Copenhagen would not be complete without a visit to Tivoli Gardens. Found right on the heart of the city, it is more than an
amusement park. Founded in 1843 this national treasure contains historic buildings and lush gardens as well as its amusement park. Try out
one of the nostalgic rides, including the wooden Roller Coaster from 1914 or discover beautiful flower settings along quaint paths while
munching on some cotton candy or a candied apple. With entrance included during our stay there is something here for everyone.
Hotel Scandic Sydhavnen
Just a short train ride from the centre of Copenhagen, this eco-friendly hotel is within walking distance of shops and restaurants and Sydhavn station.
Facilities here include a restaurant, bar, small library, gym and summer terrace.
Our single rooms are comfortable and feature air-conditioning, TV, iron, hairdryer and complimentary Wi-Fi.