Easter holiday in Copenhagen 2024
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Copenhagen is the perfect place to spend the Easter holiday – both for families with children and couples. The city is full of exciting attractions, and whatever your mood and needs, every wish can be fulfilled. Go on a gourmet holiday and book a table at all the most popular restaurants while staying at a cheap and stylish hotel. If the holiday is to be on children’s terms, Copenhagen is the ideal place for fun, play and learning.
The hotels are perfect for a city break, where the central location and easy access play a major role. Whether you’re coming by train, plane or car, it's easy and convenient to get right to the door.
Stay at Wakeup Copenhagen in the Easter holidays!
Wakeup Copenhagen, Bernstorffsgade
Cool and modern budget hotel in Copenhagen – close to Tivoli Gardens, the central station and the cool city area of Vesterbro.Read more
Wakeup Copenhagen, Borgergade
Cool and modern budget hotel in Copenhagen – close to attractions and shopping in the chic part of the city.Read more
Wakeup Copenhagen, Carsten Niebuhrs Gade
Cool and modern budget hotel in Copenhagen – close to the Tivoli Gardens and Tivoli Congress Center.Read more
Kings New Square
The Kings New Square is at the end of the street up towards Nyhavn and is surrounded by beautiful old mansion. In the middle stands the equestrian statue of King Christian the 5th and every spring it is tradition for the new student’s to celebrate the day by dancing around the statue.
Suggestions for what you can do during your Easter holiday in Copenhagen:
- The Glyptotek
- The Round Tower
- Danish Design Centre
- Café and restaurant visits
- The National Museum of Denmark
- Flea markets
- Theatre & Cinema
- Dinner & show (Wallmans)
An Easter holiday with the Round Tower, Experimentarium and Nyhavn
There are so many possibilities in a city like Copenhagen. Sometimes you’re tempted by current exhibitions and events, and sometimes it’s the key attractions that the city is known for that you want to visit.
The Round Tower for all ages
Who built the Round Tower? The Round Tower was built by Christian IV and was completed in 1642. Where is the Round Tower? The Round Tower is located in the centre of Copenhagen – on Købmagergade. How high is the Round Tower? The Round Tower is 41.55 metres high with a 209-metre-long spiral ramp on the inside. The Round Tower is one of Copenhagen’s most popular attractions. This is due both to the long history the tower brings with it and the wealth of exhibitions and events that are held at the top. When was the last time you were up in the Round Tower? Visit the tower during the Easter holiday and combine the trip with some shopping on the streets nearby.
Experience Experimentarium during your Easter holiday
The place where you are encouraged to play and learn, and where both adults and children can join in. Experimentarium offers great entertainment and activities for the whole family.
Nyhavn’s unique charm
When the weather is good, Nyhavn is a very popular place. It's great for enjoying good food and watching all the different people who pass by – both tourists and local Copenhageners. Nyhavn is a harbour area and one of the city’s most popular tourist areas. The atmosphere is usually lively and cosy, with a completely unique and indescribable charm. Head to Nyhavn and experience the vibrant city this Easter while you eat a delicious meal at one of the many restaurants.
Use the hotel as your base during the Easter holiday while you explore the streets of Copenhagen.