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Each of its districts has a distinct personality, from the designer boutiques of Frederiksberg to the maritime atmosphere of Christianshavn, so take a look at our guide and decide where to book your apartment in Copenhagen.
A great base for a city break in Copenhagen, Indre By is the ancient heart of the city and stuffed full of bars, cafes and restaurants.
The garden covers an area of 10 hectares and is particularly noted for its extensive complex of historical glasshouses dating from 1874. Welcome to the Botanical Garden, located in the heart of Copenhagen.
The garden contains the largest collection of living plants and the only genebank for wild plants. Botanical Garden is part of the Natural History Museum, University of Copenhagen.
Here visitors can view the world’s first naval base and fortress, see the birds and explore the rough but natural beauty of the area.
To get to Ertholmene Archipelago, take the boat from Svaneke or Gudhjem.
They were designed to play a defensive role and their history date back to medieval times.
You will also find the ruins of the impressive medieval fortress called Hammershus.
Statistically, Bornholm is the sunniest place in Denmark.
Our helpful staff can advise you on the many attractions Bornholm has to offer.
With around a million inhabitants, Copenhagen is large enough to be a cosmopolitan centre and small enough to explore during a city break.
It is small enough to explore many of the most popular tourist destinations on foot, while having enough crooked streets, cute parks and winding canals to ensure you’ll definitely get lost a few times.
With its charming narrow streets of colourful old houses, Christianshavn is a very pleasant area to use as a base for a holiday.