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Cheap, business class flights to Copenhagen

Copenhagen is both the capital and largest city in Denmark. It is also both a major seaport and a commercial center of the country. Split into two main sections, Sjaelland Island and Amager Island, there is much to see. Similar to Amsterdam (actually nicknamed “Little Amsterdam”), there are canals galore in Copenhagen. Instead of taking a stroll like you would in most cities, take advantage of the boat tours. Most of the canal chauffeurs will offer fun, hidden insights about the city that can’t be found in online articles like this. Let us know what you find out!

Useful Tips for Traveling to Copenhagen


Copenhagen is a city that leads in cycling statistics. 55% of Copenhageners commute via bicycle. Locals bike to work in rain or shine; it’s simply a part of their everyday rituals.

Green City

Copenhagen is an unbelievably green city. In fact, it was named the Green Capital of the Year in 2014. The city predicts it will be the world’s first CO2-neutral capital by the year 2025. Roughly 64% of Copenhagen’s hotel rooms are eco-friendly certified and 3/4 of the city’s restaurant food is organic. Don’t be that annoying tourist littering or doing anything to reverse the sustainability the city has fostered.


Many say that Italy is the coffee capital of the world. That may be true – but it doesn’t detract from the delicious caffeine you can get in Copenhagen. The city is #7 in the world regarding coffee consumption, with 5.3 kg per capita, which equates to roughly 1.5 cups per day per person. There are tons of awesome coffee shops within the city; take advantage.

What To Do in Copenhagen


Right smack in the center of the city is Tivoli, a charming amusement park. It is the second oldest in Denmark, the first being Bakken, roughly an hour north of the capital city. With “old school” rides that live up to the name (the oldest roller coaster at Tivoli is more than 100 years old!) it is an endearing amusement park that is perfect for family day trips.


Obviously there is no city you can travel to without eating. However, not all cities have 15 Michelin Star-rated restaurants. With a population of just over half a million, that is an impressive number of high-class eateries. Enjoy the local delicacies, but don’t miss the opportunity for life-changing meals.


Again, this is something you can do in every city. However, not all cities have the longest pedestrian shopping street in the world. Stroget is a fantastic blend of international brands and small Danish chains, perfect for scooping up souvenirs for your family and friends back home.

What NOT to do in Copenhagen

Pay with Euros

While Denmark is indeed part of the European Union, the country does not run on Euros. Instead, they employ the Danish Krone. Some small stores may accept Euros as the owners may soon be embarking on a trip somewhere else in the EU, but most places turn that money away.

Bring Cameras and Cars to Freetown

Copenhagen is home to a self-governing “freetown” called Christiana. At least 1,000 residents call this city home. They do not pay taxes and they run the town according to their own laws. Another reason why Copenhagen is nicknamed “Little Amsterdam” is because the buying and selling of cannabis is legal within these borders. Although cameras and cars are both prohibited so plan to wear comfortable walking shoes and soak up the scenery so you can remember it later.

Drink and Drive

As mentioned, Copenhagen is a very bike-friendly city. This does not mean you are permitted to drink and ride. American tourists have been called out for getting embarrassingly drunk and crashing their bicycles while on their ride home in the middle of the night. Don’t be that tourist.

Main International Airports

There are only two main airports in Copenhagen and, of course, they offer, business class flights.

  • Copenhagen Airport
  • Roskilde Airports

Best Time to Visit Copenhagen

The best time to visit Dublin is either between March and May, to enjoy the cool, spring weather, or between June and August, to enjoy the summer heat. Copenhagen activities don’t waver much throughout the year so the best time for you to go is dependent on what type of weather you enjoy most.

Flying Time from United States to Copenhagen

A nonstop flight from DC to Copenhagen, capital to capital, is typically 8 hours on most commercial airliners traveling at 500 mph. Most flights are nonstop but if you’re interested in a multi-stop flight then Voyagu can help find whichever business class flight best suits your schedule.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Copenhagen

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Copenhagen. Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • Air Canada.

For this specific destination, try Alsie Express, Danish Air Transport, or Scandinavian Airlines.


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