Getting Around in Copenhagen
The fastest and most flexible way to see Copenhagen is on a bike. Almost half of Copenhageners use their bike on a daily basis, and the city has been designed to accommodate cyclists. If biking isn’t much your speed, there is always the option of Public Transport. The Copenhagen Metro runs from Vanløse through the city centre, and branches to either the new-town of Ørestad, or to the airport. Copenhagen also has a very efficient bus network. To learn more about getting around in Copenhagen please click here.
Typical Weather in Copenhagen (May)
The climate in Copenhagen follows the four seasons of the northern hemisphere, but temperatures can vary considerably during the year.
Average Temperature in May:
Day: 15.0°C / 59.0°F
Night: 7.2°C / 45°F
Where to Eat
Copenhagen is home to multiple Michelin Star restaurants, Restaurant AOC and Noma being two of the most popular. Noma has been ranked as the Best Restaurant in the World four times in the past five years. If you are seeking a more budget-friendly meal, there’s no need to worry. Shawarma (a Levantine Arab meat) and pizza are staples that you can find on nearly every street in the city, and Mediteranean-style buffets can be found in the inner-city. Brunch in Copenhagen is also a fundamental part of any spring day; you can find brunch at most cafés on the weekends.
For a list of restaurants to visit, click here.
After of day of being inspired at the Women Deliver 2016 conference, you might need a few hours to wind-down, and Copenhagen has you covered in terms of nightlife. For a list of the Top 10 Nightclubs in Copenhagen, click here.
The lingo surrounding nightlife in Copenhagen feel a little confusing, so here are some common terms to familiarize yourself with:
1. Cafés, are the perfect place if you want to get a quick bite to eat and grab a drink. They provide a quieter atmosphere than the bars and clubs, and a majority of cafés close around midnight if you want to call it an early night.
2. Bars are what the locals in Copenhagen call everything with loud music that don’t have a cover charge. They are usually crowded on the weekends, but can be a bit more subdued during the weekdays.
3. Clubs, or discotheques are bars that do a cover charge, as well as a dance floor. Most clubs are open Thursday–Saturday.
4. Morgenværtshus, is a term to remember if you are looking to stay out until the sun rises. It is common for locals to throw parties at home with friends, and then wander out around midnight, as morgenværtshuses are usually open until 5AM.
5. Bodegas, are a staple for locals to find inexpensive drinks and regular crowds.
Whether you’d like to have a quiet night with a colleague and friends, or a night on the town, Copenhagen will be sure to please.
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