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The capital of Denmark and native land of Prince Hamlet leaves no room for the doubts that plagued Shakespeare’s protagonist. ‘To visit during spring or to visit during summer?’ would really be the only question asked, if you are not fond of beautiful wintry cities. For those who are, you can also catch one of our cheap flights to Copenhagen in autumn or winter to enjoy the city that has been deemed by prestigious Monocle magazine as the city with the world’s best quality of life.
Exceptionally located on the eastern shore of the Isle of Zealand, it extends all the way to the coast of Amager, connecting the two through bridges and tunnels. The city is also linked to Sweden by the impressive Øresund bridge. The preferred form of transport amongst locals is the bicycle, a comfortable and healthy way to get around the city. The colourful Nyhavn neighbourhood, lined with beautiful canals and brimming with bars and restaurants, is a must-see, as is Freetown Christiania, a ‘hippy’, self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood. Surrounded by groves and composed of rustic houses, the area offers an abundance of artisanal shops. If you’re looking for something more regal, visit the 18th-century Rococo Amalienborg Palace, home to the Danish royal family. For stunning views, head to the baroque Church of Our Saviour, famous for its corkscrew spire with an external winding staircase that towers over the city. For nature lovers, there is nowhere better than the gigantic Fælledparken park, one of Denmark’s biggest attractions.
If you want to experience the nightlife, look no further than the Indre By, Nørrebro and Vesterbro neighbourhoods. Vesterbro is home to the Vega hall, which was awarded Europe’s best concert hall by Live magazine. To go today, or to go tomorrow? That is the question!
Iberia flights to Copenhagen take barely three hours. In that short space of time, you'll find yourself in this beautiful European city.
The weather in Copenhagen is usually mild, making this an ideal destination all year round, although like many other regions in Northern Europe the climate is quite changeable, with clearly differentiated seasons. The high season in Copenhagen is May to August, from late spring to the end of the summer.
The temperatures during the summer are quite mild: from June to August the maximum barely rises above 20 degrees Celsius and the days are very long because of its far-north location. The only aspect about the weather in Copenhagen that never changes is the cloud cover, which seems to be a constant presence over the city. Although there are more clear days in summer, the sky tends to quickly become covered in thick dark clouds that block out most of the sunlight. July is the warmest month of the year with an average temperature of 16.6 degrees Celsius.
In September the cold, windy days arrive with a marked increase in rainfall –September and October are the wettest months of the year - and then in December winter arrives, a time of frost and snow. February is the coldest month with an average temperature of below zero degrees.
The spring is a very mild season in which clear days with pleasant temperatures alternate with colder, wetter days.
If you take an Iberia flight to discover this destination you'll arrive at Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup, which opened in 1925 and has three terminals.
This has one of the best airport-city centre connections in Europe, with direct links by public transport (bus, underground and train) as well as a taxi service.
If you fly to Copenhagen you'll also be able to sample local dishes based on minced pork, egg and onion; salmon in a marinade of dill, served with sweet mustard; and kippers, one of the most popular ingredients in Danish cuisine.