Denmark is one of the most visited countries in Europe, and if you are looking for a honeymoon destination beyond Italy and Venice, Copenhagen should fit the bill. The Danish capital was once a small fishing village, but today, it’s a commercial center and an ideal honeymoon destination. Here are 10 things to do on your honeymoon in Copenhagen.
- Enjoy the food and wine. Copenhagen is famed for its local food, but if you don’t mind splurging on fine dining, there are plenty of choices. For those late-night bar hopping sessions, head to Blågårdsgade, while Papirøen (Paper Island) is a good choice for street food. Steaks here are beyond words.
- Go cycling. Before we talk of the important attractions, we should mention that Copenhagen is extremely cycling friendly, and you can actually rent bikes from most parts of the city. Hop on with your spouse and get around.
- Stay at an apartment hotel. If you don’t want to settle for the same old hotel rooms, you can always choose a luxury aparthotel Copenhagen. Apartment hotels in Østerbro are incredible, and you have choices from penthouses to one-bedroom apartments.
- Spend a day at Tivoli Garden. You cannot come to this city and not see Tivoli Garden, which is one of the oldest theme parks in the world. The rollercoaster and carousal are worth mentioning, and even if you are not into rides, you will enjoy the ambience.
- Shop at Strøget. Globally known as one of the largest pedestrian malls, Strøget is a shopper’s paradise and is likely to keep your wife happy. The big brands are here, but you can walk into the old city to explore cheaper, local stores.
- Pay a visit to the Little Mermaid. Created in 1913 by sculptor Edvard Eriksen, the Little Mermaid is often considered to be the landmark of Copenhagen. Not much to do, but a few photos here with your beloved would be memorable.
- Make time for Nyhavn. Nyhavn is the waterfront area, where you will centuries-old buildings dating back to 1600s. This is a great place to take your wife out on an expensive brunch, or just a coffee is a good experience.
- Take a boat ride. Copenhagen is known for its waterways, much like other cities in Europe. We recommend that you take an organized tour, which is available from Nyhavn harbor area to explore the city in a different way.
- Head to Rosenborg Castle. Built in 1600s by Christian IV, Rosenborg Castle is one of the most prolific castles of Denmark and worth a visit. If you or your spouse are interested in history, this is a good place to spend time and learn about the incredible history.
- Don’t miss Bakken Amusement Park. If you want a replacement for Tivoli Garden, Bakken Amusement Park is what you need. One of the oldest amusement parks in the world, entry to this park is free, but you need to get tickets for the rides.
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