Today’s featured location was voted one of the safest travel locations in the world by countless travel websites. Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark is a city with endless possibilities for entertainment and travel experiences. Denmark as a whole was voted the happiest country on the planet. This is compared to the U.S. which landed in 17th place. Denmark is the country who created Leggos and almost everyone speaks English. Now let’s take a closer look at why Copenhagen should be your next vacation destination.
First they have some of the best food in the entire world. In fact, local restaurant, Noma, was named world’s best restaurant 3 times in a row. Copenhagen is home to 15 Michelin starred restaurants and of course the Danish, their world renowned pastry. Plus, over 75% of food served and sold is certified organic. With that being said Copenhagen is a top green city in the world.
“The Danish Capital has electric buses, recycling-crazy citizens, clean harbors and shops selling clothes made from organic bamboo.”
According to cnn.com. And for all of our travelers interested in Copenhagen’s green way of life, 64% of the hotel rooms in the city are certified eco friendly.
Copenhagen is a great place to visit around the holiday season. They, like many Germanic and Nordic countries, take Christmas very seriously. With their Christmas markets and deliciously festive drinks November and December are great months to visit the Danish town. Make sure to try a Julebryg which is a yuletide beer. If winter isn’t your favorite season, do not worry. There is plenty for travelers to do all year long. Copenhagen, often known as the “Venice of the North,” is surrounded by the sea as well as canals. They have even made a sand beach that some say reminds them of the Caribbean. Strandpark is just 3 miles from the city center and sits nicely along a stretch of lagoon. Here people enjoy outdoor activities as well as sunbathing.
And speaking of outdoor activities, bike lovers rejoice! Copenhagen is the most bike friendly city in the world. With over half the population biking to work everyday, this city was made for two wheels. Copenhagen has idyllic flat streets, easy to use bike lanes as well as a bike highway. There are easy ways to rent bikes throughout the city and will only cost you about $10 a day.
Overall Copenhagen is a safe, eco friendly city with unbelievable food, plus if nothing above sparked your interest, another nifty fact about this Danish capital is that their taxis all have Wi-Fi. Who doesn’t love a bit of free internet time. For more information about Copenhagen please give us a call 920.236.7777 or visit our website ambassadortravelltd.com to schedule and appointment.