The city is a worthwhile for visit though I would not recommend winter if one is in need of sunshine. The city was very much awake during the weekend we visited as it would host the Climate Change Conference in a couple of days.
Copenhagen is a vibrant, family and eco-friendly place that has a twist of design, ecology and an element of Nordic coarseness.
Here’s a round-up of the city in 48 hours:
What to do?
• Design walk: (Inspired by Lonely Planet Guide) Dansk Design Centre, Radisson SAS- for the famous Egg Chair, Georg Jensen Store, Royal Copenhagen Porcelain, Illum.
• Pre-Christmas Fun: Tivoli Fair. Rollercoasters, Reindeers, Gluhwein, Sweets and Choclates. Lots of them...
Hotel: Hotel Gulsmeden/ Carlton @ 66 Vesterbrogade
Eat eat eat:
• Teatime: Conditori La Glace
• Cafe: Cafe Retro a non-profit bohemian cafe close to the canals where you go and pick up your own tea and coffee and share tables/couches with the locals. The profit is donated to projects in India and Africa.
- For Lunch: CapHorn just Nyhavn docks for some traditional delicacies and seafood.