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12 Charming Things to Do in Copenhagen in Winter

By Lia Garcia | Updated on: September 4, 2021
4.0K shares When we stepped off the plane in Copenhagen on a brisk December afternoon, we weren’t sure what to expect. We’d seen pictures of Copenhagen in the winter, which had given us high expectations of fairytale castles dusted with snow, Christmas Markets filled with good cheer, and random carolers stumbling around drunk off of pudding or whatever like a scene from a Dickens novel.
But we all know that Instagram and Pinterest aren’t necessarily the most accurate depictions of a destination, right? So we were cautiously optimistic. Maybe Copenhagen would be cute; maybe it would be freezing and miserable.
Well, let me set your curiosity at ease straight away: not only is Copenhagen the EXACT vision of that European Christmas dream that we had been unrealistically hoping for, but it’s somehow EVEN BETTER.
There are the canals of Nyhavn dotted with colorful tall, thin houses, adorned with wreaths and pine boughs. A Christmas Market around every corner, wafting the tantalizing smells of gløgg and sizzling bratwurst and fluffy aebleskiver. Hygge floating around giving imaginary air-hugs in droves .
Copenhagen is a holiday dream come true!
We felt like rambunctious youths in any 90’s movie about Christmas, waking up to a Christmas tree the size of my current apartment, stuffed with presents that probably total up to roughly half the value of our student loans, chubby-cheeked and sparkly-eyed and ready to kick the butt of any evil criminal who dared stand between us and literal Santa Claus.
From the time the sun rises at around 9 am – which is, conveniently, also our preferred wake-up time – to when it sets at 3 pm – also conveniently, the time we get tired of exploring and want to go sit around in PJs watching Netflix – visiting Copenhagen in winter was everything that we California kids had DREAMED of.
And now, as we sit sadly stuffed into our Christmas tree-less apartment which doesn’t even have any wrapped presents we’re going to re-live our favorite December destination in the hopes that you, dear reader, will venture out and explore gorgeous Copenhagen in the winter so we can live vicariously through your Instagram photos.
Here are all of the best things to do in Copenhagen in winter!
Psst: We have a couple more posts about visiting Copenhagen in the winter! If you’re planning a trip, you’ll definitely want to take a look at these.
We’ve also helpfully compiled the information in our 3 Copenhagen posts into a handy dandy PDF that you can take with you on your trip! Sign up below to download the FREE Copenhagen Winter Guide.
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Copenhagen in the winter is cold, and sunlight lasts only from about 9 am until 4 pm. You’ll want to layer up every day.
Luckily, winter layering is the perfect vehicle for adorable accessories like scarves and hats!
Here are our recommendations for clothing that’s both functional AND super cute to wear in Copenhagen in the winter! If you’re looking for more details, we’ve got a full Europe in winter packing list guide.
For more packing tips, head over to our Europe in winter packing list.
Yes, duh. This is our first suggestion for what to do in Copenhagen in winter because it’s THE BEST thing to do in Copenhagen in winter! We experienced our very first Christmas Markets ever here, and we’ve been hooked ever since!
As you browse the stalls of adorable Christmas gifts and crafts, be sure to pick up a steaming mug of Gløgg : sweet mulled Danish wine with raisins and almonds.
For an even stronger cup of Gløgg, you can add rum. #YOLO. We’ve got a list of our favorite Copenhagen Christmas Market foods in our Copenhagen Holiday Food Guide.
There are loads of options for Christmas Markets in Copenhagen . You can also check out this ultimate guide to Chrismas markets in Copenhagen .  Here are our faves:
Ice Skating is the quintessential winter activity!
There are a couple of public outdoor ice skating rinks in Copenhagen. Admission is free, but you’ll need to rent your ice skates by the hour .
We like ice skating because it’s the type of athletic activity that involves holding hands if you’re even slightly unathletic, which we both are. Somehow we still manage to fall on our butts ungracefully.
Fairytale castles topped our list of must-see places in Europe in winter, and we jumped on the chance to take a day trip from Copenhagen to visit them!
Denmark was once a thriving monarchy with loads of enormous castles, one of which was even immortalized in Shakespeare’s Hamlet. We think venturing out to see the castles is one of the best day trips from Copenhagen in winter.
There are plenty of Copenhagen castle tours that will take you to visit stunning Frederiksborg and Kronberg on a group tour, like this one.
Or, if you’re more of the DIY type, here’s a guide to seeing the Copenhagen castles on your own on a self-guided day trip from Copenhagen.
Just leave early: we reached Kronberg Castle just as it was getting dark , only to discover that the entire castle was lit with nothing more than candles and the whole thing was closing soon on account of pitch darkness. We did have just enough time to tour the castle and discover that, to our delight, there was a Christmas Market hiding inside !
What’s more Nordic than a steamy sauna in the dead of winter? Answer: nothing.
We Americans may not have the tolerance for winter chill like our Viking friends, but we can certainly appreciate the appeal of a hot bath when it’s chilly out! Copenhagen embraces this tradition wholeheartedly, and one of the best things to do in Copenhagen in winter is to get yourself to a relaxing sauna and spa.
There are plenty of options for saunas in Copenhagen . But our favorite is the adorably named CopenHot .
Seasonally open CopenHot offers like, a zillion options for spa-seeking visitors on Copenhagen’s waterfront: there’s scenic spas with panoramic water views, giant wooden tubs of hot water, and even sailing spas. Yes, like, a boat full of spa. On the open water. So. Epic.
Tivoli Gardens is one of Copenhagen’s claims to fame, and it’s a Winterland fairytale in November and December.
The amusement park has been sitting smack dab in the middle of Copenhagen since 1843, making it the 2nd oldest amusement park in the world. Take that, Disney World!
During the winter, Tivoli transforms into a massive Christmas Market. We spent a full day exploring and wandering around, hand in hand. We didn’t even go on any rides – it was just so beautiful!
Fun Fact: the #1 oldest amusement park in the world, Dyrehavsbakken is also in Denmark,  just a quick 30-minute train ride away. It’s 431 years old, so not exactly high-tech – everything is made of wood and held together with ye olde cement.
Also, it’s in the woods and surrounded by deer, which is adorable. Unfortunately, it isn’t open during the winter months. Which is why this is a fun fact, and not a thing to do in Copenhagen in the winter.
During our trip to Copenhagen in December, we kept randomly stumbling onto streets that had been all dressed up in Christmas cheer.
We didn’t know when or where to expect them, but we’d turn a corner and suddenly be transported into a magical holiday wonderland. It was like Narnia, except with streets instead of wardrobes. And no talking animals. … Or even queens. In related news, we’re now accepting guest metaphor writers. Ahem.
Copenhagen has no shortage of pedestrian-only streets , and Købmagergade is one of the most beautiful.
During the winter, the street gets all gussied up in long strands of holiday lights that are both magical and totally Instagramable.
If you’ve ever looked at pictures of Copenhagen, you’ve seen Nyhavn. The colorful port is the most recognizable icon of Copenhagen!
But during the winter months of November and December, Nyhavn becomes transformed from your typical run-of-the-mill picture-perfect boat-lined colorful canal to a Christmas wonderland!
Christmas Markets line the canal on one side, and each boat is decorated with holiday decorations.
If you want to go all in, take a canal cruise – Nyhavn is a port, after all! This 1-hour cruise leaves from Nyhavn and takes you past sights like the Little Mermaid statue and the Amalienborg Palace.
Or, take a tour of the Carlsberg Brewery – a horse-drawn carriage ride down the canals is included with your entry. Because of course it is .
Food markets are like combining my favorite activity, eating, with my other favorite activity: looking for food I want to eat. They’re like a mall, except instead of clothing, you’re browsing for fresh cheese and roast duck and extremely specific kinds of charcuterie.
The food markets in Copenhagen are the perfect place to warm up and stuff your face with local delicacies, especially during the holiday season! You can even take a Copenhagen Christmas food tour, like this one .
Here are our favorite food markets in Copenhagen:
Torvehallerne is one of the best food markets we’ve ever been to! And we’re like, really into food markets, so that’s saying a lot.
We’ve got a full write-up of what to eat in Torvehallerne here , but these are our top 3 picks:
Paper Island Street Food Market is where you should go when you’re extremely hungry but not sure exactly what you want to eat.
It’s basically a huge warehouse filled with colorful ethnic street food trucks from around the world all decked out in an anti-establishment, ultra-cool vibe.
We’ve got a write-up of our favorite stalls in Paper Island here , but these are our top 3 picks:
*Update 2020:  Our readers have informed us Paper Island has closed down *sobs* but the unofficial replacement can be found at Reffen and is supposedly the biggest street food market in the Nordics. Have you been? Let us know what it’s like!
For more drool-worthy Danish holiday foods, read our yummy guide to Holiday Food in Copenhagen!
There is just something about a steaming mug of something on a cold winter’s day that gives you that warm, fuzzy-tummy feeling known in Danish as Hygge .
We got our first real taste of Hygge as we were on my way to see a fairytale castle. We were walking through the adorable town of Hillerød on our way to Frederiksborg Castle when a couple of cherub-cheeked Danes popped out from a tiny windmill and handed us each a free cup of hot chocolate.
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“Just to promote the Christmas Spirit,” they chirped happily.
That may have been the exact moment when I fell madly in love with Denmark.
I had a long, meaningful moment of peace with my hot chocolate. I started into its chocolatey depths and it looked back at me lovingly. I never knew the meaning behind all those pictures of women staring into their Pumpkin Spice Lattes before this moment, but now I get it: it’s hygge.
Hygge is a HUGE part of Danish culture. Take a Hygge & Happiness tour to learn all about hygge and get deeply in touch with your inner cozy side.
Or, get your hygge on with a cup of coffee and an almond croissant from Democratic Coffee, which also happens to be inside of the most beautiful library we’ve ever seen .
Not much of a coffee drinker? Pick up an incredible hot chocolate from Conditori La Glace, the oldest confectionery in Denmark.
If you’re a hot chocolate connoisseur, here’s a bunch more options . Of course, you can always try hovering around tiny windmills in the hope that somebody will appear and hand you one.
Sure, most of the things on this list are outdoor activities. But what about when you’re just freezing and want to warm up?
That’s when you should plan to duck indoors for a while. Luckily, Copenhagen has a bunch of museums that are totally free!
So you warm up while you’re learning things and pretending to be super cultured. You class act, you!
Here is a list of free museums in Copenhagen.  You can also get free or discounted entrance to a ton of museums with the Copenhagen Card !
Don’t forget to stop by the gorgeous  Black Diamond Library  to warm up with a book – or a tour!
Kongens Nytorv, also known as “The King’s Square,” is the largest square in Copenhagen.
Visit Kongens Nytorv in late November or December and you’ll be treated to some of the best Christmas displays in all of Copenhagen.
The stunning Hotel D’angleterre and the Magasin Du Nord department store right next door deck themselves out with Christmas displays that will have you humming Christmas carols even though we all know Christmas carols are horrible and they serve no purpose other than getting stuck in your head and driving you crazy for months at a time.
There’s also, of course, an ice skating rink and a Christmas Market.  Of course.
To reach Kongens Nytorv, wander down adorable Strøget , which is another one of Copenhagen’s famous pedestrian-only street. The street itself is lined with stores, which isn’t something we care much about, but it’s also decorated with adorable hanging decorations like pine boughs and lit-up hearts.
If you’re feeling hungry, duck into the uber Danish Royal Smushi Cafe for some smørrebrød and hygge.
Spending the day walking around Copenhagen is a fantastic way to explore the city – and keep warm in the frigid winter weather!
Copenhagen is an excellent walking city and seeing it on foot is the perfect way to take in the sights of this amazing city. Put on a pair of wool socks and walking shoes and you’ll be all warmed up in no time!
We spent a few hours wandering from our hostel up to the Little Mermaid. Our path took us right through Nyhavn up to Amalienborg Palace – just in time to see the changing of the guard –  and up into adorable Kastellet Park , too!
Here are a few options for exploring Copenhagen on foot.
There are a lot of options for places to stay in Copenhagen! We recommend basing yourself as close to the charming City Centre as possible so that you’ll be walking distance down charming cobblestone streets from most of the best things to do in Copenhagen.
Here are a few options to suit every budget:
Travel Tip: If your check-in and check-out times don’t sync up with your need to roam the streets and you need a place to store your bags check out LuggageHero , a service that helps you find a safe place to keep your luggage while you’re running around! Use the code PRACTICALW for 2 hours of free luggage storage on us.
Are you all warm and fuzzy and ready to spend Christmas in Copenhagen? Personally, I had to stop myself from booking a ticket while writing this post. I want to go back so bad!
Psst: We have a couple more posts about visiting Copenhagen in the winter! If you’re planning a trip, you’ll definitely want to take a look at these.
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Beautiful article, almost covered everything and it looks like a perfect Copenhagen travel guide to me. If I get a chance to visit in winter season this post going to be very helpful.
Hi Lia, I want to thank you so much for all your helpful information. I was researching what type of winter clothes to buy for a trip to Europe, , and found your original post, thanks to your advice I bought the Gobi hi top boots as well as thermals and socks from Icebreaker. We have just got back from a months holiday in Salzburg, Bruges, Lucerne, Amsterdam, St Petersburg and Moscow and you were right, even in snow and walking around all day on cold cobblestones my feet were never cold or sore and the thermals helped enormously!
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Perfect! Thank you! We’ll be in Copenhagen as the first stop on our 7 week 40th birthday extravaganza! My partner wanted to see the northern lights for her birthday so we’re doing it! This resource looks perfect for us, as we won’t want to be splashing too much cash right at the start! PDF and walking tour look awesome. Thanks!!
This is amazing!!! Planning a solo trip for 3 days… totally looking forward to it now! The pictures are breathtaking!
Thanks so much for all of this detailed information and links!!
Hello, just wanted to inform that BAKKEN is open in the winter! Every weekend until the 22. December! It is super cute and there’s also a christmas market super hyggeligt! ????
Wow! Thanks so much for that info! Amusements park and Christmas market all in one place sounds AMAZING! Makes me wish I was back in Copenhagen this Winter
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Thanks for the list of Christmas markets!! I now have some new ones to check out, ohhh and the Gløgg sounds incredible with the raisins and almonds!
Omg Copenhagen in winter is amazing ???? and I just love that the Danes have ‘hygge’… what an amazing concept to have a single word for !
Hi Lia, 2021 Latest Air Jordan 1 Mid Red Patent On Sale DC7294-600 Love everything about this post – it’s both helpful and really bringing the Christmas magic! I’m planning a weeklong trip to Copenhagen the last week of November and I’m planning to follow in your footsteps! I’m wondering, how long were you there? Can I do everything in 6 days? And if not, what should I absolutely not miss? Thanks!
Copenhagen is teeny tiny and you can absolutely do everything in 6 days! Our trip was about 5 days total, with plenty of time to just relax in coffee shops and sleep in until 10am everyday .
Hi Lia! My husband and I know we want to make a trip to Europe this December but are still debating on where to go. This post just bumped Copenhagen quickly up the list!! I have a few questions… How was communication for you there? We aren’t against going somewhere with a different language but at most we can understand just a little Spanish. I want to make sure we wouldn’t be in over our heads in a new place! Also, any recommendations of what to do if we are there for Christmas Day? Are there places open on that day or should we expect to stay in?
Hey Eliza, most people in Copenhagen speak excellent English and we had no difficulties communicating despite not speaking a word of Danish. You’ll be fine! As for Christmas Day, we didn’t visit on Christmas Day ourselves and I don’t want to give you inaccurate information – that might be a good question for your hotel or a local. I’d probably plan to stay in just in case. Hope that’s helpful!
We just booked a trip to Europe for Xmas starting with Copenhagen for a few days and I was super anxious about what winter clothes to bring with me/buy and you made it so sooo easy. I couldn’t have found a better post to help me out with this along with recommendations of places to go during our visit. I cannot wait! Thank you, you ROCK!
Aw, that’s awesome to hear! So glad we were able to help ???? have an amazing trip!
Lia! This is one of the best blogs or guides I have researched! The pictures are breathtaking and you are right, your coat is super cute! We will be there November 16-21. I cannot wait to see our daughter who is studying abroad there but next to her, those markets sound AMAZING along with those castles. Thanks for doing such a good job! It makes one excited to go there! Which market was your favorite and not to miss?
I’m so glad you like the post, Cindy! As far as our fave Christmas Market, we really liked the one in Tivoli Gardens for the winter wonderland ambiance but for regular Christmas Markets, we liked Hojbro Plads. It’s small but it has everything you want, not terribly crowded, and centrally located.
Amazing information- Thank you soooo much Lia!!!
So much amazing information! I just scheduled a few days in Copenhagen after adventuring in northern Finland mid-December for my birthday . Initially I was a little concerned about visiting in the winter, but this has gotten me so excited!!
I’m excited for you, Margo! Have an amazing birthday trip!!
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Ooooh boy I’m gonna need to buy myself a new hat to fit the extra 5 sizes that my head just inflated from all that flattery ???? Thank you Manish!
Such a great guide! We plan to go thanksgiving week, but not sure if the christmas decor will be up by then? Do you know if when they open the christmas markets?
The Nyhavn Christmas Market will be open, as it opens in early November. Kongens Nytorv, Tivoli, the Hans Christian Andersen Christmas market, and Højbro Plads should also be open – they opened in the 3rd week of November last year, so you should be there right around when they open!
Thank you so much for helping us make up our minds which country to visit for next Christmas … it looks so amazingly beautiful there. We are from Australia so found the recommendations for clothes soooo helpful, especially the boots!
Happy to help! Eat a bunch of Christmas spice pickled herring and smorebrod in my honor ????
You just got me SO EXCITED for our upcoming trip and made me feel like the $$$ are worth it! Thanks for such an informative and helpful guide! Your blog content seriously rocks!
Awww, yay!! That’s what I’m here for ???? Enjoy your trip, Lena!
Such great pictures! The Christmas tree is absolutely gorgeous and I love your hat! So cute. Copenhagen looks beautiful this time of year.
I found your post extremely helpful. Thank you so much for sharing. Did you visit the old town of Aarhus ? Is it possible to visit it in one day commuting from Copenhagen?
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I didn’t visit it! But now I want to! Come back & let us know ????
What a great comprehensive post! Thanks so much for sharing.
Wow, this is brilliant. I am heading back to Copenhagen for Christmas this year and this post has everything I have been looking for! Cannot wait to get there now.
You know that I swoon over all your posts because this one totally pulled at my heart strings! I was in Copenhagen 3 years ago during Christmas time and absolutely fell in love with it! Seriously tempting me to make another trip there
All you had to say was creme brûlée donut and I was sold. Actually, everything about this has me sold. I just did a poll on IG asking people to decide if I go to Costa Rica or Belgium and Amsterdam the first week of December. They voted CR , but I didn’t listen and bought tix for Europe. I. AM. OBSESSED. WITH. CHRISTMAS. I have to see the markets and lights. Copenhagen was definitely on the list and it looks awesome. Pinning this for a future Christmas trip!
LMAO your poor readers just wanted to see some sloths on your feed! Hehe. I’m with you though – we’re straight up OBSESSED with Christmas Markets after our trip last year! Sloths can wait for warmer months.
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I have only been to Copenhagen in the summer, but I can see why it is perfect for Christmas. It kind of looks like the towns from those train sets. I am not a big cold weather person but will brave it for good reason, plus there is that sauna and museums to keep warm!
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This place is definitely a winter wonderland.
Gorgeous, Lia! I honestly wouldn’t have picked Copenhagen as a place to go in winter but after seeing this I am going to keep it in mind when making plans. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing
I love all of the beautiful decorations. It seems like a Christmas fairytale come true! One day I will make it to the European Christmas markets, one day!
I’m so surprised how there’s like….no snow on the ground in December? Maybe it comes later in the season. Even still, your photos really do make it look like a Christmas fairytale dreamland!
Last year when we were there it was unseasonably warm, like in the 30’s and 40’s. Also, we visited in early December, and I think snow usually doesn’t come until later in the month. So no snow for us ???? In fact, during our 2 months in Europe in the dead of winter we barely saw any snow at all! Global warming ????
OMG! This sounds so Christmas-amazing! Actually, I’ve been very keen on visiting Copenhagen lately and this blog post really comes at the perfect time, as I also can’t wait for Christmas time! All awesome tips! Thank you big time!
Ooooh what book? I love reading books that make me want to visit places!
Lia, it was he Hornet flight by Ken Follett. A great story about the Second World War but fascinatingly written. Recommend it highly
I went to Copenhagen in February and it was TOO COLD. I loved the city so definitely need to return during a more temperate time. Your pictures of the city during holiday season look lovely.
It’s definitely very cold in the winter ???? We prepared like crazy and pretty much wore head to toe wool every single day, so we were toasty warm!
Beautiful post! so detailed and I really love the pictures ❤️
Such a great post! I really want to visit Copenhagen .
Oooo you’re so close! We stopped by Hamburg just after our trip to Copenhagen!
I saw sale fares the other day for Copenhagen but ended up deciding not to book them… Your post has me seriously regretting that decision! It looks like such a beautiful place to explore and the food sounds amazing! I will definitely need to reconsider visiting over Christmas!
Yassss jump on them! There are a ton of super cheap nonstop flights to Copenhagen from Newark and even out here in Oakland. We really only visited Copenhagen in the first place because we found an insanely cheap flight ???? but we were so glad we did!
Wow this is such a comprehensive guide. I visited Cophenhagen many years ago but you’ve inspired me to put it back on my “places to revisit” travel list. Or maybe a Christmas option!
Oh my goodness… you have just completely sold me on copenhagen! I want to go now! How cute and quirky.
You are making me so excited!!! Just booked my trip a couple days ago Do you think I’ll still need wool socks/undershirts etc in late November?
Yes, I really do. We visited in the first week of December, and although it wasn’t snowy, it was still frigid and freezing cold. Much better to over-prepare than to spend your entire week holed up inside because it’s so cold outside!
I fell in LOVE with Copenhagen the very moment I got off the bus when I got there. I have only been there once and I long to go back and take my boyfriend there. When I visited I was living in Oslo for an exchange wt the university, and Oslo was madly packed with snow, so packed with snow that everything was white and the sky was also always white because it was snowing every day so it was thick with clouds. We visited Copanhagen in the middle of February and its southern location made it snow-free in February already. On the day we got there it was actually sunny. I hadn’t seen the sun in two months , and you can imagine the colours of Nyhavn in the sun under a blue sky. Pure LOVE. I also love Christmas,so I think I should really go back for the Christmas markets… ????
What a great resource! We are planning a trip soon and this is awesome!
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