Sightseeing on a Winter’s Day in Copenhagen

Friday, November 25th, 2011

You’re in Copenhagen and it’s the middle of winter. You want to see the sights but are wondering about the wisdom of heading out in the dreaded ‘Deep Freeze’? Not to worry! We’ve put together a slideshow of some awesome things to see in the cool capital of Denmark and we made sure they were within easy walking distance to each other. So now you can spend minimal time out in the cold wet weather, and max time checking out some of the best attractions in Copenhagen.

Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen DenmarkGood Morning Copenhagen!

Rosenborg Castle

After a leisurely breakfast (castle opens between 10 & 11 during winter) head over to Rosenborg Castle located in the center of the city. This cute little fairytale palace is a great place to hang out on a snowy morning. You can duck out of the cold and dream about living life like a royal in Denmark.The castle is relatively small and it won’t take more than a couple of hours to peruse all of the sights, just enough time to warm up your fingers and toes!

Not to be missed: the Danish Crown Jewels

Just the Facts:

Address: Oster Voldgade 4A Copenhagen

Admission is free with the Copenhagen Card


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What all the girls are saying:

  1. I don’t like cold weather, and I can’t imagine visiting Denmark in the winter, but I’m glad you introduced the rundetarn. A tower with a ramp instead of steps. That’s my speed.

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  3. Making our rounds on the Carnival of Cities. I had never considered Copenhagen for a Girlfriends Getaway! Great post.

  4. noel says:

    Great post. There are so many wonderful attractions, landmarks and fun neighborhoods to visit in Copenhagen.