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Break from Work: Copenhagen Hotels

It rests on the east coast of Denmark, Copenhagen City. Copenhagen, the capital of the country, is situated in the Jutland Peninsula. The Sweden is separated from the country by the Oresund Strait. This is a Nordic city and the sit of Denmark’s pride. With cutting edge restaurants, beautiful Copenhagen hotels, established amidst cobblestone streets and attractive canals. The modern style of paradise and the fairytale style of Copenhagen hotels are a must to try. No other way to grasp Copenhagen hotels‘ beauty than with the distinctive Danish word, Hygge. And in Copenhagen hotels, hygge is everywhere.

Copenhagen hotels are flourished with hygge like candles that light through the windows. Magic fills the air and the streets near Copenhagen hotels. Copenhagen hotels can be found in the vibrant wharfs. These Copenhagen hotels are in the location near the magnificent gardens. When the sun sets, you will forget why life is stressful. And these Copenhagen hotels are to die for.

The 17th century waterfront and canal district, together with its colorful bars, Copenhagen hotels and cafes are located too in Nyhavn. The restaurants of these Copenhagen hotels are most enjoyable with a friend or a lover. Grab a bite, have a drink, and watch while boats pass by from your windows. These Copenhagen hotels are very near to this famous sculpture of based from the story of Hans Christian Andersen, the little mermaid. These Copenhagen hotels are like statues that has been here observing and waiting for anyone enjoy them from the shores.

There are Copenhagen hotels beside the famous royal palace at Amalienborg, home of the Danish Royal family. Every day at noon, the guard ceremony takes place. It is fun to watch. Try the Tivoli Gardens, a place where fairy-tale like magic meets your modern day soul. It has a park that attracted thousands of generations since 1843. This place has a special slot in the hearts of Danish people. You might want to experience the spins of the high Star Flyer and ride the oldest operational wooden roller coaster in the word.

If you are into nature trips, take a picnic and savor the city’s many other green spaces. Visit the botanical gardens which are near to the center of town and famous for its traditional, historical glasshouses. Copenhagen is hard to define but once you experience it there is no going back. This city is always ranked at the top for the most peaceful and happiest people in the world. It is probably true, the fairy dust, suspended in the air making Copenhagen so magical in every way and style. Hygge is more of experiencing it than defining it. So next time you want to try Europe, try Copenhagen.