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Official Travel Agent

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Official Agent of the FAI

Official Agent of the FAI

Official Travel Partner to the FAI since 2010

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CITY BREAKS TO COPENHAGEN

Copenhagen is built on water - a picturesque network of canals and islands and is one of the friendliest and most colourful cities in Europe. It is also known as a very ecologically friendly city, and you will see many Danes cycling in preference to driving. City breaks to Copenhagen from Dublin are perfect for visiting the Tivoli Gardens, home to one of the best Christmas markets in Europe and outdoor entertainment all summer long.

Information & Facts

Things to do

Nyhavn, once home to Hans Christian Anderson, is a great place to visit when the sun is shining, to sit in one of the many cafes and bars with views of historic boats along the quay. A leisurely canal cruise is a wonderful way to see the colourful houses lining the waterfront. Restaurants to suit every budget abound with an excellent choice of freshly prepared foods, from typical Danish smorrebrod to ethnic curries. Cheap weekend breaks to Copenhagen from Ireland are perfect for shopping not only in the excellent choice of boutiques and shops, but in the fact that many of them are in historic, beautifully preserved streets and buildings in pedestrianised areas close to the hotels. Last minute city breaks & short break deals to Copenhagen offer you the opportunity to visit the famous little Mermaid, the Royal Palace and changing of the guard.

Climate

The weather in Copenhagen is mild through all the four seasons. Summers bring temperatures averaging around 68°F (20°C), while in mid-winter temperatures hover just above or below zero. Rainfall is moderate too, but spread throughout the year, so showers are possible in any season. Grey skies are the norm rather than the exception in Copenhagen.

Language

Danish is the official language, but English is understood and widely used.

Money

Danish currency is the Krone (DKK), made up of 100 ore. ATMs are liberally sprinkled throughout the country, and all major credit cards are widely accepted, expecially Visa. Travellers cheques are welcome at banks and hotels. Most banks are not open at weekends, however Copenhagen has several bureaux de change which stay open late at night, seven days a week.

Time

GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).