Located in the north-eastern part of the country of Denmark is the nation’s capital city, Copenhagen. A Copenhagen holiday is a great choice for those travellers who enjoy the Great Outdoors as well as being able to take in some tradition and culture of another country. A Copenhagen holiday rental apartment will offer spectacular views of the vibrant city as well as coming equipped with all of the mod-cons you would expect to see in a first-rate hotel.
A Copenhagen holiday is bursting at the seams with things for visitors to do and see. In terms of outdoor activities, visitors can indulge in pursuits such as swimming, walking, cycling, sailing, fishing, roller-blading, tennis, clay pigeon shooting and golf. The city also has a number of parks and museums for travellers to visit including The National Museum and The National Gallery. There is even a large theme park located in the centre of the city - Tivoli Gardens - that must be seen and definitely enjoyed.
If you feel like venturing out of the city for the day then it is recommended that you close up your Copenhagen holiday rental apartment and take the 21 mile journey west to the city of Roskilde. Roskilde is an ancient city that dates back to the time of the Vikings and as a result visitors will love the Viking Ship Museum in the city. The museum has a collection of five well-preserved Viking ships that were excavated in the nearby Roskilde Fjord. The museum also details the different methods and materials the Vikings used to build their ships. Also worth a look whilst visiting the city is Roskilde Cathedral which was built in the 12th and 13th century. The cathedral was built in a beautiful Gothic style and was the only cathedral to be built in the Zealand area until the 20th century.
On top of being able to appreciate a fantastic Copenhagen holiday rental apartment you can expect to enjoy some fabulous weather whilst on your trip. The hottest months of the year to have a Copenhagen holiday are generally July and August when the temperature during the day can reach a pleasant 20°C. The winter months of January and February see the daytime temperature drop to anywhere between -2° and 2°C. The annual rainfall amount for the city is 24 inches.
Travel to Copenhagen, Denmark Travellers on a Copenhagen holiday are likely to start their trip by arriving at Copenhagen Airport (CPH) which is situated in the outskirts of the city. Air operators that have regular, cheap flights to the capital include BMI, easyJet, SAS Scandinavian Air Systems and British Airways. Passengers can leave the UK from various major airports including Stansted (STN), Newcastle(NCL), Manchester (MAN), Edinburgh (EDI) and Gatwick (LGW).