Copenhagen (København, map) is the capital city of Denmark. It is big enough to form a small Danish metropolis, with shopping, culture and nightlife par excellence, yet small enough still to feel intimate and be safe.
You could feel you have seen all of Copenhagen in one day, but further exploration will keep you discovering more for months.
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The oldest section of Copenhagen’s inner city is often referred to as Middelalderbyen (the medieval city). However, the city’s most distinctive district is Frederiksstaden, developed during the reign of Frederick V. It has the Amalienborg Palace (map) at its centre and is dominated by the dome of Frederik’s Church (or the Marble Church, map) and several elegant 18th-century Rococo mansions.
Indre By (map) Centrum, the Medieval City. The heart of the district is the medieval city, shaped like a square with Rådhuspladsen (map), Kongens Nytorv (map) and Nørreport (map) as its corners. It is dotted with historic buildings, church spires and narrow streets.
Copenhagen, like the rest of Denmark, has four distinct seasons. The best time to visit is definitely the warm period from early May to late August. Current weather forecasts can be checked at the Danish Meteorological Institute website.