January City Break

Denmark is historically known for its monarchical rule, and therefore boasts many beautiful castles. You can go on a castle hunt smack in the middle of the city and see the Rosenborg castle set in the King’s Garden or Amalienborg palace, home to the royal family. Or if you’re feeling more adventurous, why not visit the famous Hamlet’s castle, Kronborg, only 1 hour away from the city? Take in the hygge Danish feeling from the inside – and while you’re at it, experience the hygge from the many cafes and bars lined up by the harbour and canals at Christianshavn or Nyhavn. Better yet, take the warm hygge with you out to the harbour in a boat that comes with a spa bath tub that fits 4!

If you’re feeling more “conservative”, and want to enjoy a spa experience from the shore, rent one of the many panoramic sauna barrels by the harbour.

Need to cool down after all this spa craze? Take a walk on the ice rink in Frederiksberg at sun set and take in the nature surrounding you. Grab a hot cup of cocoa while you’re at it. And if it’s fashion you’re into (and who isn’t these days?), check out one of the fashion shows happening during the Copenhagen Fashion Week, or join their big finale party.

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