Copenhagen, a city guide

Discover Scandi-style and maritime influences in the Danish capital. Explore the shops of Strøget, the city’s most famous shopping street, as you wander towards the nightlife hub of Nyhavn with its many cosy cafes and restaurants. Take a detour to see the diminutive Little Mermaid before visiting one of the world’s oldest theme parks, the enchanting Tivoli.

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Awesome Restaurants
in Copenhagen

Mundana has set a high standard and hand picked these restaurants for their great food quality, good reputation, great customer service, clean environment, courteous staff and original menus.

Restaurant Nimb Brasserie

French

Nimb Brasserie stands for unspoiled taste and relaxed quality. Rustic and intimate, with French classics where you will feel at ease. Enjoy dinner with a breathtaking view of Tivoli.

Budget $$-$$$

Gemyse

Vegetarian Friendly

At Gemyse, vegetables are no longer a sad, overcooked garnish but a star ingredient with plenty of taste and texture. The menu promises a plate full of intense taste and flavour combinations.

Budget $$-$$$

Nimb Bar' n' Grill

International

With a view of the busy streets of Copenhagen, this little gem is both intimate and cosmopolitan. Forget about the world outside and enjoy food prepared on the grill, paired with great wines and classic cocktails.

Budget $$$$

Cakenhagen

Bakery

A classic Danish pastry shop with an enchanting French twist.

Budget $$-$$$

Schønnemann

Danish

Opened in 1877, this is the place in Copenhagen to try smørrebrød, the traditional open sandwich. Wood panelled interiors and crisp white linen make this a special treat - book well ahead to secure a table.

Budget $$-$$$

Top Activities
in Copenhagen

 

Tivoli

Copenhagen Tivoli is an amusement park located in the centre of Copenhagen. The park is the oldest of its kind anywhere in the world and it was founded by Georg Carstensen in 1843.

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, former Museum of Modern Art, is a Danish museum of modern art, located in Humlebæk, North Zealand - worth taking a trip out of the city.

Amalienborg

The Amalienborg Museum in Copenhagen was opened in 1994 and is one part of the Congregation Collection. The remaining parts of the collection are at Rosenborg Palace, as well as H.M. The Queen's Hand Library, located at Amalienborg and Christiansborg Castle. Don't miss the changing of the guard at this Royal Palace.

Best Shops
in Copenhagen

 

Strøget

Strøget is one of Europe's longest pedestrian streets with a wealth of shops, from budget-friendly chains to stores housing some of the world's most expensive brands.

Illums Bolighus

Founded in 1925, the window displays in this iconic store are worth making a special detour. Inside is a wonderful array of high quality homewares. If you are a fan of Scandi-chic, this is the place to stock up.

Bredgade and Store Kongensgade

Antique and vintage shops cluster in these centrally located streets. Fil de Fer is one of our favourites, sourcing French vintage items for the home.

Explore the Itineraries

Discover Copenhagen in one of Mundana's Itineraries, getting the most out of your trip.

Denmark: Scandi style

Copenhagen, Kolding, Billund
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Denmark: Scandi style (2 Weeks)

Copenhagen, Kolding, Billund
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Denmark, Sweden, Norway: Scandinavia - the best of land and water

Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Flam, Bergen
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Denmark, Sweden, Norway: Scandinavia - the best of land and water (3 Weeks)

Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Flam, Bergen
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Sweden and Denmark: The art of good living

Copenhagen, Horsholm, Stockholm
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Sweden and Denmark: The art of good living (2 Weeks)

Copenhagen, Horsholm, Stockholm
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