A gloriously wonderful city, Copenhagen makes for a stunning vacation destination. With its breathtaking vistas and magnificent architecture, Copenhagen is an ideal way to spend an idyllic holiday. But if you think this pretty Danish city comes at a cheap price, you thought wrong. Copenhagen can very easily make you part ways with your vacation money; to ensure you do not end up spending all that you have and more, here is the travel cheat sheet! Start off with booking cheap plane tickets on flights to Copenhagen. There are so many airline deals that you can make the most of.
The Cheat Sheet!
If you are looking to shop then before you head to the pricier showrooms, make way to Frederiksborggade 41 and then head for Frk Lilla. Frk Lilla is the place for women to go absolutely crazy over accessories, clothes and shoes! Shop for the best designer threads, that too at incredibly low prices.
Once done with buying a new wardrobe for yourself, if you want to spruce up your home then the flea market at Frederiksberg is where you need to be at. Bargain-hunt for some really creative designer pieces or buy something equally interesting at the lowest rates imaginable! It should be kept in mind that the flea market takes place from April to October, from early morning (6:30 am) till 3 in the afternoon. If you are coming here with the mind of buying a lot of stuff, then ensure that you are here well before 9 in the morning, as after that the crowd swells up and the best pieces are usually gone.
Cheap prices but delicious Food
Copenhagen being Copenhagen, even a regular salad here can set you back by over US$ 20, and you have just started your course! To ensure you do not have to get up empty stomach and empty wallet from your meals, you can consider refueling, this time completely, at various places. At Bernstorffsgade 5, satiate your hunger pangs with a hotdog from the roadside vendors. To have a substantial meal, try the delicious Grand Danois which will surely keep you going till the next meal.
If you have always dreamt of dining at the acclaimed Noma but do not have the money to, then try your hands at something equally good. Damindra is a place that whips up sumptuous Japanese fair at considerably reasonable rates.
Cheap City Attractions
Traveling to Copenhagen is all about traveling smart. If you do not have that kind of money to spend, then you should most definitely have the common sense on where and how to spend it so that your budget doesn’t stretch too thin. You do not have to spend mega bucks on visiting the local attractions. Just make a note of when the museums offer free entry and book your cheap flights to Copenhagen around that time. Two of the best city museums, Thorvaldsens Museum and Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek are free to all on Wednesday and Sunday respectively.
Besides this you can also opt to buy the Copenhagen Card that provides free admission to 60 attractions and museums along with free public transportation cost. One day card for adults costs EUR 30 where as a three day card costs EUR 60.
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