1. Biking culture in Copenhagen makes the city very special. Copenhagen is officially the first Bike City in the World with over 390 km cyclist lines. It is easier and faster to get from one place to another on a bike. To work, fitness, concert or other events, Copenhageners will go by bike, no matter what the weather is.
2. One of the world’s best amusement park, Tivoli Gardens, is placed in Copenhagen. This cultural heritage is located just in the heart of the city, 100 m from the central station. Inspirational place for many fairy tales of the most famous Danish writer – Hans Christian Andersen. In Tivoli you will find: carousels, roller coasters, acrobats, musicians, dancers and actors playing scenes from Andersen’s fairy tales. There are restaurants, cafes, pastries and shops. Since 2006, chair plane The Star Flyer - the highest carousel in the world, more than 80 meters high, is running in Tivoli.
3. Copenhagen is the most joyful Scandinavian capital city. The city takes pride of huge numbers of cages, music clubs, bars and discos. Everyone will find something for himself. It is a metropolis with over one and a half million inhabitants, but at the same time is characterized by intimacy, lacking in many European cities. ‘Hygge’, Danish word that simply can’t be directly translated to English and means something around ‘Coziness’ is strongly visible around the city. Copenhageners know how to do HYGGE.