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Travel to Copenhagen with SAS
Whether you are travelling to Copenhagen, Denmark alone on vacation or with your whole family, we at SAS want you to fly in comfort. To make your travel easier, we offer many ways to book cheap air travel that makes the process easier and hassle-free. Book your trip online so you can view your air travel choices, times and departure options.
Happiest People in the World! That’s Denmark. And no more so than in Copenhagen. The Danish capital’s cool, laid-back lifestyle blends in perfectly with 1000-years of history, and innovative architecture and design mixes in serenely with royal castles and historic buildings. Explore the legacy at the Royal Castles, such as the renaissance beauty of Rosenborg Castle to the architectural splendor of Amalienborg Castle, or venture into the exuberant neighborhoods of Nørrebro or the Meatpacking District with their multitude of restaurants, cafes and unique boutiques.
Shopping in Denmark is unparalleled, from new modern to world-renowned designers, and Strøget, offers up a rainbow of avant-garde and traditional boutiques alongside cafe life. Foodies can indulge in fine dining from Michelin starred restaurants to traditional Danish restaurants. When in Copenhagen do as the Copenhageners, jump on a bike and discover the city on two wheels.
What to Explore
Tivoli Gardens, is not only the world’s oldest amusement parks, but is also rumored to be Walt Disney’s inspiration for the other very famous park. A family-friendly attraction with its rides, gourmet dining, concerts and more the Gardens is also a favorite of Danes and Copenhageners. Culinary experiences
Copenhagen is booming with great restaurants serving up New Nordic Cuisine, and ‘little brothers’ of the their Michelin awarded ‘big brothers’ are popping up, such as ‘PONY’, ‘108’ and ‘No.2’. Try the fabled Danish open-faced sandwich ‘smørrebrød’ – it’s a stable of the Danish kitchen.