Copenhagen Flights GuideCopenhagen is a city in Denmark known best for its colourful buildings, beautiful waterfront location, and breweries. The city hosts a Beer Festival annually celebrating the world's best breweries. For more family oriented fun, just north of Copenhagen is the world's oldest amusement park, Bakken. In a city as old and historic as this, sometimes is also enough to just walk around and live the Copenhagen lifestyle.
The majority of residents in Copenhagen cycle to their destinations. In fact, a super highway for cyclists was opened to help cyclists get into the city from nearby suburbs. However, if biking isn't your thing, the city has the alternative bus and subway options to help you get around.
Copenhagen does not reach particularly high temperatures. The hottest it gets in the summer is 17? and the winters the temperatures drop to freezing. The best time to visit Copenhagen depends on the nature of your trip. If you enjoy beer and would like to partake in the Beer Festival, this happens in early May. If the outdoors are calling you and you're interested in wandering the streets and potentially hopping into the water surrounding the city, coming in July would be the best time, though the streets will be bustling with tourists.
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