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Wednesday, 26/08/2015 - Samantha Reidy

The Happiest City in the World!



"Welcome to Wonderful Copenhagen!"

Here is the second installation in our City facts series!

Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark, is now also often referred to as the, "Green Capital of Europe" and the "Happiest City in the World". 

Which are the best event-friendly hotels?

Hotel Scandic Copenhagen Scandic is location in the centre of Copenhagen, close to the IMAX cinema. Another perfect s
pace to host a small, or large meeting. Newly renovated, the hotel has 18 floors, all with a modern and refreshing interior. It is also home to one of Copenhagen's largest conference centres, with an extensive range of services and new equipment. Wireless internet is also accessible, for free, throughout the entire hotel.

Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers - Situated in Oerestads Boulevard, the Crowne Plaza in Copenhagen has 12 meeting rooms, and their largest room can hold a capacity of 800 delegates. The hotel also comes with an on-site Business Centre with comprehensive services and amenities, a Fitness and Wellbeing centre, Hotel Restaurant, Bar and Lounges and In-room Dining. Located next to the tram line, it will only take 15 minutes to reach the nearby airport.

Where to go and visit in your downtime?

Favourite restaurant: Pastis Fishmarket - You can't visit Copenhagen, an old fishing port with great reputation, without visiting a fish restaurant. Pastis Fishmarket is located close to 
Kongens Nytorv (King's New Square). They proudly work with the local fisherman through out the year, and for this reason their menu changes dependant on what has been caught fresh that day. You can dine there for either Lunch or Dinner, Monday through to Saturday. 

Favourite Museum: The National Museum of Denmark - This museum truly is a must-see for anyone who visits Copenhagen. Like England, most museums in Copenhagen are free admission, and your have full access to all of the exhibitions. There is a lot to see here, but they close at 7:00pm, giving you plenty of time to look around!

Favourite Tourist Attraction: Tivoli Gardens - Founded in 1843, Tivoli Gardens has become an internationally famous and widely loved amusement park. There truly is something there for everyone, and even if you're one who doesn't enjoy rides, you can still walk through the beautiful themed gardens. Tivoli Gardens is mainly open in the warmer months, April through to late September. However, they do open for a few weeks during Halloween and Christmas. Putting on a very festive Christmas market, which they claim to be the best in Copenhagen! Though no matter the season you visit, we're certain you won't want to leave!

Favourite Tour: Bike Copenhagen - Copenhagen is big on cycling. You can't go very far without spotting locals on bicycles, and for that reason you should do as the locals do! 'Bike Copenhagen with Mike' offers a relaxed approach to bike tours through the city. Mike does a few different bike tours for you to choose from, e.g: Green city tour, wine and dine tour and even a zen 'complete silence' bike tour. Whichever you choose, you're sure to have a refreshing way to tour the city. 

Wild Card: Bakken - Just a 10 minute drive north of Copenhagen you will find Bakken, the world's oldest amusement park! At 431 years old, the park is situated in the forest of Jaegersborg Dyrehave, surrounded by equally as old trees, and around 2,000 wild deer! The park itself isn't small either, with 33 rollercoasters, drop rides, ferris wheels, and more. You're sure to have a very full day out if you want to take a break out from the inner city.


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