For 3 days in Copenhagen, here is a sample itinerary that allows you to hit all the major sites and optimize your time in the city.
|Getting to Copenhagen||Flights from London to Copenhagen are frequent and reasonably priced so be sure check out all of your options, particularly flights on Easyjet if you’re okay with flying from Stansted or British Airways if you like the convenience of London City Airport.|
|Accommodation||Stay at Hotel Maritime for a cheap hotel room in a prime location.|
|Day 1 – Sightseeing||Relax on the Nyhavn, enjoy the restaurants, bars and the best spot in the city for people watching in a relaxed setting, while acclimating the city.|
|Day 2 – Sightseeing||Visit the major sites, starting in the southern part of the city and seeing the Rosenborg Castle, making your way north back through the Nyhavn and head toward the Little Mermaid and Saint Alban’s Anglican Church, stopping along the way to take in the massive Marble Church.|
|Day 2 – Dinner||Make a reservation before you get to the Copenhagen to ensure you can get a seat a SALT Bar & resturant for dinner.|
|Day 3 – Sightseeing||Now that you’ve got your bearings, check out some of Copenhagen’s famed neighborhoods like Christianshavn and head over to the Tivoli gardens, stopping in at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, which is free on Sundays. Also consider a leisurely canal tour from one of the many providers in the city for a view of Copenhagen from the water. Bike rentals are also very reasonably priced and allow to see more than walking if time is tight.|