Copenhagen

Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen

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from £3,700pp
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Suite

Stockholm, Sweden to Copenhagen, Denmark

Complimentary beverages in-suite and throughout the ship , Open-seating dining , Multiple restaurants with diverse cuisine , Spacious ultra-luxury suites – almost all with a private veranda , Butler…

10 August 2018 | 7 Nights
Silversea : Silver Spirit

Itinerary
Stockholm, Sweden, Helsinki, Finland, St. Petersburg, Russia, Tallinn, Copenhagen, Denmark

All-Inclusive
from £1,879pp
Cabin type:
Balcony

Scandinavia & Russia

FREE DRINKS PACKAGE FOR OCEAN VIEW & ABOVE*, EARN EXCLUSIVE CRUISE MILES

19 June 2018 | 12 Nights
Celebrity Cruises : Celebrity Eclipse

Itinerary
Amsterdam, Warnemunde (For Berlin), Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam

from £8,849pp
Cabin type:
Inside

Royal Rendezvous

Mid-sized, elegant ships with a high staff to guest ratio to take care of your every need , Finest cuisine at sea, served in a variety of distinctive open-seating restaurants, all at no additional…

28 June 2018 | 32 Nights
Oceania Cruises : Nautica

Itinerary
Dublin, Ireland, Douglas, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Ullapool, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Bergen, Alesund, Trondheim, Hammerfest, Murmansk, Solovetsky Islands, Archangel, North Cape, Kristiansund,…


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Things to do in Denmark's cosy capital


Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen

Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen

Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen

Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen

Nyhavn. Copenhagen

Nyhavn. Copenhagen

Amergatorv Square, Old Town, Copenhagen

Amergatorv Square, Old Town, Copenhagen

Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen

Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen

Moorish Palace, Copenhagen

Moorish Palace, Copenhagen

Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen

Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen

Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen

Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen

ROL Cruise recommends…


1. Have fun at the enchanting Tivoli Gardens

Founded in 1843, Tivoli Gardens is the world’s second oldest amusement park. So magical even Walt Disney came here for inspiration, the park is an urban fairytale of flowers and rides right in the heart of the city. It’s not all roller coasters and carousels; travel enthusiasts also flock to Tivoli Gardens for its picture-perfect gardens, fantastic fireworks and live music. Come evening, visitors can dine in one of the 32 restaurants and take in the view of the park illuminated by 10,000 coloured lamps.


2. Marvel at the magnificent Christiansborg Palace

The splendid Christiansborg Palace is one of the highlights of Copenhagen. As well as housing the Danish government, this impressive building is also the Queen’s working palace. Within these very walls, Queen Margrethe II celebrates royal anniversaries, holds royal receptions and signs important laws. Take some time to admire the lavish interior and then head underground to discover the ruins of earlier castles and palaces that stood on the same grounds hundreds of years ago.


3. Explore the Nyhavn

When you think of Copenhagen, you probably picture brightly coloured town houses lining a canal; this is Nyhavn (New Harbour), Copenhagen’s most-photographed district and a great place to go for an evening walk or afternoon stroll. Look out for number 20 – this is where Hans Christian Andersen wrote several of his fairy tales, including The Princess and the Pea. When it’s time for a break from walking, step inside one of the district’s smart bars or cosy restaurants.


4. Shop and eat like a local

Shopaholics will adore Strøget, Europe’s longest pedestrianised shopping street. The main thoroughfare features flagship stores by some of the world’s biggest brands, while the side streets are dotted with the chic design boutiques that have become synonymous with the city. When you need a bite to eat, head to one the city’s many top restaurants to sample the trendy New Nordic cuisine that has made the city a firm favourite with foodies.


5. See the Crown Jewels at Rosenborg Castle

The magnificent Rosenborg Castle was built by one of the most famous Scandinavian monarchs, King Charles IV and used as a royal residence until around 1710. Today the Renaissance-style Castle is open to the public for tours and houses a museum exhibiting the Royal Collections. Highlights include the Crown Jewels, the Throne Chair of Denmark and the Danish Crown Regalia. After your visit, relax in the beautiful King’s Garden - the country’s oldest royal garden.

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