While here, visit nearby Nivaagaard painting collection, which houses older works of art.If you fancy yourself to be a little of a literary buff, you must visit Helsingør.
The warmest months are July and August, in the middle of the European Summer.
Being much further north than many other popular European destinations, the summer months are a little more bearable, enjoying temperatures of around 20C with long, bright sunny days.
Stroll to Langelinie Pier to see one of the most famous sites of Copenhagen – the Little Mermaid, a bronze and granite statue inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale.
A gift to the city, she celebrated her 100 birthday in 2013.
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is in Humlebæk the North Zealand cost, looking over Sweden and houses amazing modern art by the likes of Francis Bacon, Dubuffet, Picasso, Henry Moore and Andy Warhol.
The museum plays very well on the interconnectedness of art, architecture and landscape.
Head along to the Torvehallerne to discover local foods, chocolate, wine and spirits.
Head to Christiania to experience Copenhagen’s hippie culture, a fascinating mix of homemade houses, workshops, art galleries, music venues and cheap, organic eateries.
Copenhagen is nestled on the east coast of Zealand, Denmark, and is consistently nominated as best city in the world for livability and sustainability.
A must-see of the Nordic region, Copenhagen is seriously cool.
With trendy bar, fashion and design scenes, Denmark’s draw cards also extend to its culinary scene.