Private jet charter and flights to Copenhagen
Although a far cry from its Viking heritage, Copenhagen is still a city still dripping in royal history and castles – albeit now flanked by designer stores, Michelin-star restaurants and contemporary art galleries and museums. This is a city of Nordic charm and minimalism; effortlessly unassuming but very beautiful. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to Copenhagen.
Whether you want to stroll the enchanting Trivoli Gardens, unearth archeological splendours at the National Museum or tour the city by canal boat or bicycle, there’s something very grand yet soft about Copenhagen. Notable old-worldly sights include the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek art museum, Museum of National History and Slotsholem Island’s Christiansborg Palace in the heart of the city.
Witness the changing of the guard at royal residence Amalienborg every day at noon, take a short train ride to 16th-century Kronborg Castle (made famous in Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’) and visit the stunning King’s Hunting Lodge at The Hermitage in Deer Park. Visit Rosenberg Castle, home to the Crown Jewels and other royal treasures; and King Frederik VI’s beautiful summer residence, Frederiksberg Have, for a guided rowing boat tour past English-style gardens, a baroque palace and a royal tea house. If you’ve got the puff, climb the 400-step golden staircase of Vor Frelsers Kirke (Church of Our Saviour) for dramatic city views at the opulent 300-foot spire.
Shopaholics should head to Strøget, where Europe’s longest car-free streets are lined with boutiques offering fashions from Louis Vuitton to Hermes and Zara to Vero Moda. Here you can also see postcard-perfect public square Kongens Nytorv and the pretty Nyhavn waterfront, where cobbled streets house a vibrant café culture perfect for people-watching. For high-end dining, Copenhagen boasts a wealth of Michelin-star restaurants including Kiin Kiin, Geranium and Amass.
As one of the greenest cities in the world (there are over two million bicycles here), Copenhagen takes cycling seriously – check out the Bike Snake Tour and Harbour Circle route – and is also easy to navigate by foot or metro. For gorgeous green spaces and outside adventure we recommend the Botanical Garden, Assistens Kirkegård Cemetery (final resting place of author Hans Christian Andersen and philosopher Søren Kierkegaard) and the enchanting Tivoli Gardens (a favourite of Walt Disney). A national treasure, the lush gardens boast a unique amusement park, striking architecture and renowned music programmes including Friday Rock and Summer Classical. The area is illuminated with thousands of fairy lights and magical fireworks every Saturday evening. Extend your visit with a stay at plush Nimb Hotel, which sits in the gardens.
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