Break from Work: Copenhagen Hotels
The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen lies on the east coast. It is in the peninsula of Jutland, this capital city of the country. The Oresund Strait separates Sweden from the country. Denmark’s capital is a Nordic city. Colorful Copenhagen hotels and traditional restaurants overlays the cobblestone streets and clear and clean canals. The Copenhagen hotels are the perfect combination of fairytale style and modern day paradise. Hygge, which means a comfortable and fervent state of mind is the feeling when you try Copenhagen hotels. Hygge, is a word that you can’t quite put your finger on it, just like Copenhagen hotels.
Copenhagen hotels are flourished with hygge like candles that light through the windows. These Copenhagen hotels are like warm sense of magic that fills the streets. The colorful wharfs of the city are full of distinct Copenhagen hotels. You can enjoy more of Copenhagen hotels near the city’s pretty gardens. The stress is all gone with the setting of the sun. This is one of the very excellent ways to savor Copenhagen hotels.
Go to Nyhavn, a 17th century waterfront and canal district that is full of color, styled with its numerous bars, lovely Copenhagen hotels and cafes. The restaurants of these Copenhagen hotels are most enjoyable with a friend or a lover. While you are in your room grab a bite, drink, and watch while boats glide by. These Copenhagen hotels are very near to this famous sculpture of based from the story of Hans Christian Andersen, the little mermaid. Some of these Copenhagen hotels have been here for more than 100 years, wishing to catch her eager tourists.
Amalienborg is the home of the Danish Royal family and is near these unique Copenhagen hotels too. The changing of the guard ceremony takes place every day at noon. It is great to catch this ceremony. The Tivoli Gardens has some kind of fairy-tale magic vibe in it. It has a park that attracted thousands of generations since 1843. The Danish people loved this soulful place. You might want to experience the spins of the high Star Flyer and ride the oldest operational wooden roller coaster in the word.
Go ahead and enjoy the other green parks of the city, the nature views and the picnic spots scattered all over the slopes. Visit the botanical gardens which are near to the center of town and famous for its traditional, historical glasshouses. The magnificence, the styles, the magic of this city is worth to try for. This city is always ranked at the top for the most peaceful and happiest people in the world. It seems like the fairy dust that seems to be in the air always floating. Hygge is easier to feel but hard to comprehend and explain. So next time you want to try Europe, try Copenhagen.