Winter in Denmark is a season steeped in unique traditions and magical experiences. As the weather cools down, the festive spirit warms up and Denmark shines with Christmas markets and Danish celebrations!
Denmark is a beautiful country known for its long coasts, friendly people and wet, windy winters. Although winters are cold, you won’t run out of fun activities to do in Denmark during the Christmas season. Denmark is not known as a ski destination because of its low altitude and low snowfall, but if you have an affinity for skiing you can test the innovative indoor sports facilities. So take your coats, go out and enjoy Denmark in the middle of winter.
Christmas is a glorious time to spend in Copenhagen, you won’t be short of fun activities to do in Denmark. In addition to the large number of events and attractions such as the Tivoli Christmas Market, many attractions are open to offer you fun both outdoors and indoors.
It is in the heart of the famous Tivoli garden that the Nimb opens the doors of its palace-like establishment to you. Chic and refined, this boutique hotel has 38 suites and rooms decorated with great finesse and elegance. Located in Copenhagen, in the famous amusement park of the Tivoli gardens, it is an imposing Moorish style building. This elegant hotel of character offers an on-site restaurant, designer rooms with flat-screen TV and a view of the park.
A restaurant with top-of-the-range amenities and a refined style, The Standard offers original dishes with surprising flavours. The setting is like the plates: well thought out, chic and elegant. A trendy address in Copenhagen, which even has a Jazz club on the first floor.
Tivoli is undoubtedly one of the most popular attractions in the city, and for good reason: it is largely an extraordinary amusement park with a relaxed and cheerful atmosphere. The opportunity to immerse yourself in Nordic traditions, through attractions that recall Andersen’s famous enchanted tales.
Christiania is the alternative district of Copenhagen. It is the landmark of hippies and freethinkers, this district owes its charm to its colorful walls, street art and especially to its free and offbeat spirit.
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