To ensure a memorable experience while visiting Copenhagen visitors should book a stay at one of the best hotels in Copenhagen. Of course, aside from relishing the experience of excellent service and accommodation from its many different inns and hotels, Copenhagen being one of the oldest cities will treat its visitors to its famous 17th century attractions. Guests would have a great time at the Oresund Bridge or at the Hamlet castle, among other attractions.
The Bella Center is the largest convention center in Scandinavia capable of housing 20,000 people. Businessmen should also try the Tivoli Center for groups of up to 4,000.Hotels in Copenhagen also have their own conference facilities for smaller groups.
Drinking, dining and meeting can be a marvelous experience in Copenhagen hotels and restaurants which offer guests both local and international cuisines. Noma in Copenhagen is named the best restaurant in the world. A visitor must try the genuine Danish "kro."
Other points of interest are the Roskilde Cathedral, the Islet Hven, the National Gallery of Denmark, and Christiania, a former barracks turned into a municipality.
Shopping is all season, although Christmas shopping for discounts starts on January 2. Guests must navigate at the flea market, browse at some of the vintage shops, or try the Norrebro district.
Danes are into sailing, swimming, rock climbing, wind surfing, golf, football, to name a few. For visitors who want a royal round of golf: Royal Copenhagen Golf Club.