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Review: Copenhagen



Copenhagen on New Year's Eve

  • By SilverTraveller mazee

    1 review

  • December 2014
  • Adult family

32 people found this review helpful

I visited Copenhagen at the end of December 2014 so it was cold but not as cold as I expected. I especially liked Tivoli Gardens on New Years Eve, there was lots to see, very Christmassy, lots of trees, baubles, lights etc. Then there was a firework display at 10pm. On our first day we were a little shocked/surprised at the loud fireworks being set off on the streets, they do not appear to have laws against this.

Copenhagen wasn’t as vibrant as I expected and the area of the our hotel looked good but was a bit rough. The hotel was clean but the rooms cold especially the first 3 – 4 days but then near to departure date so not much use. Most of the hotel staff except 1 were unfriendly/unhelpful but it was a budget hotel.

If you go beware of the numerous bikers who take no prisoners! The train systems are good and not overcrowded. It would have been better to have gone in the warmer months as probably more friendly and better for walks etc. Fortunately most of the people, staff, shop workers etc speak good English so communication is not a problem.

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Other Members' Thoughts - 2 Comment(s)

  • Su
    almost 5 years ago
    We visited Copenhagen in the summer, whilst on a cruise. It's a beautiful city, and meandering down the canals in the boats is a great way to appreciate the place. Would love to return again.
  • Kenbob
    over 5 years ago
    It is good to know that most people speak English in Copenhagen. Make things a lot nice and easier.