Exciting offers of the cultural city of Copenhagen
The modern Royal Opera is not only architecturally one of Denmark's outstanding buildings, but since its opening in 2005 has also been one of Europe's most exciting opera houses, while the Royal Theater continues to cause a stir with progressive theater productions. A tour of Denmark's development is provided by the National Museum, which places a special emphasis on the country's cultural history. An impressive look at the underwater worlds outside the city is provided by "Den Bl å Planet", the largest aquarium in northern Europe, which is home to some 20,000 marine creatures of various species.
Proud monarchies, great poets and leisure opportunities: Copenhagen's sights
The Tivoli is Copenhagen's green lung and amusement park at the same time. The garden consists of fountains, small lakes and flowering beds and in the middle of it the eponymous amusement park with spectacular roller coasters and other rides is waiting for you.
In the centrally located Christiansborg Castle, among other things, the Danish Parliament is housed. The tower of the castle is with a height of 106m until today the highest building of the city.
The castle Rosenborg is enthroned since the 17th Jhd in the royal garden, a park in the heart of Copenhagen. Architecturally, the building is one of the most important representatives of the Dutch Renaissance and inside are kept about the Danish crown jewels.
The Amalienborg Castle is the residence of the Danish royal family and consists of four almost identical palaces around the castle square. Particularly popular with visitors to the city is the changing of the guards, which is celebrated in the style of great monarchies daily at noon.
The Little Mermaid
The most famous inhabitant of Copenhagen has made herself comfortable on a rock on the seashore and looks there dreamily into the distance. The bronze statue called "Little Mermaid" is dedicated to the work of Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen and is by far the most photographed motif in Denmark.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most popular accommodation types in Copenhagen are apartment rental and house rentals. With 546 accommodations in Copenhagen, the perfect vacation home is only one click away.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo, you will find vacation rentals starting from €110 in Copenhagen. On average, accommodations in Copenhagen will have a size of 122 m² (House rentals) and 102 m² (Apartment rental).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Copenhagen?
If you are traveling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rental are the most pet-friendly accommodations in Copenhagen. On average a pet-friendly rental costs €562 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations in Copenhagen for a group. On average, the apartment rental has space for 6 guests.