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Discover the city of the Little Mermaid. Book flights to Copenhagen to see how old and new come together. Sample Danish cuisine, visit designer shops and explore centuries-old palaces. There is much to see and do in laid-back Copenhagen. With everything close by, you can easily bike to the cosy and colourful Nyhavn district. Get yourself a new outfit in Strøget, the longest shopping street in Europe. Or just have fun in Legoland and the Tivoli amusement park.
The city centre is dotted with designer shops and stately monumental buildings are a stone’s throw away. Rosenborg Castle was once the royal residence and is home to some of Denmark’s greatest cultural treasures. Don’t forget to visit the castle’s basement, here you’ll find the Danish crown jewels. Also a real gem is Amalienborg, now the winter palace of the Danish royals. All this and more makes Copenhagen the perfect place for a city trip and to start a longer holiday in Denmark. Prepare to be surprised: Book a flight to Copenhagen now!
New Nordic Cuisine (the North-European answer to slowfood) is on the rise. The highlight in this city is Noma, number 1 on ‘The World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ list for the past 3 years. If Noma is booked, there are plenty of other places to enjoy Danish cuisine. From traditional smørrebrød to smoked eel, Copenhagen has it all.
Find a cheap flight to Copenhagen? With KLM your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontinental flights: Free films, games and music. Enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in Denmark before you know it.