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Cheap Flights to Copenhagen

Cheap Flights to Copenhagen

Copenhagen Airport (CPH) is located southwest of Copenhagen, about 12 km from the city center. Copenhagen is the home of Tivoli Gardens, the over 100-year-old amusement park, which is the world's second-oldest. Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, often called "the happiest country on Earth". You will find the cheapest flights to Copenhagen with Skyscanner's flight search tool. Simply enter "Copenhagen" and the dates you wish to travel and we'll show you the lowest fares possible. Also, if you want to fly to Copenhagen for the lowest fares possible and have some flexibility in your travel dates, then use our cheapest month search tool to find out which month has the cheapest tickets.

While international fares don't fluctuate as much as domestic flights, the earlier you can book, the better your chances of scoring a cheap flight. The best fares can be found by booking more than 6 months in advance, and flights get much more expensive the closer you get to the departure date. The cheapest day to book a flight is usually Thursday, and the best day to fly to Copenhagen is Wednesday, as the fares tend to be lowest mid-week. The cheapest time to fly to Copenhagen is in late April, while mid-March fares tend to be most expensive. Use our price alert tool to get notifications when the fare on your chosen route rises or falls to help you get the cheapest airfare.

Copenhagen attracts visitors year-round. The Christmas decorations are delightful, and the mild summer temperatures are pleasant. The busiest time to visit Copenhagen is in the summer, when the temperatures are warmest (around 20C), the city is in full bloom, and tourist services are all operational, but it is also the busiest time as most Danes take their vacations in the summer. Visit in May, June, or September to get the best of the weather with fewer crowds.

Copenhagen Airport is served by many major airlines including SAS, Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Air France, KLM, British Airways, and Air Canada. To get to Copenhagen from the airport, you can take the bus, train, metro, taxi, or rent a car. There are several bus routes to and from the center of Copenhagen, and the train connects with Denmark and Southern Sweden. The ticket office is in Terminal 3, just above the train station. The metro station is in Terminal 3 and runs every 4-6 minutes all day, with longer intervals at night. Taxi pick-up is directly outside Terminal 3, and drop-off outside Terminal 2 & 3. Avis, Europcar, Budget, Sixt, Hertz, and Enterprise offer car rental services 24 hours a day.

If you are transferring planes at Copenhagen Airport, allow at least 45 minutes. There are 5 airport lounges, and plenty of shops including Burberry, Gucci, Lego, Max Mara, Pandora, and Victoria's Secret. There are also restaurants, bars, and cafés. Several banks and American Express are set up in the airport to provide currency exchange services. The airport has free wi-fi throughout.

Copenhagen's Little Mermaid sculpture is world famous and over 100 years old. Ride around this extremely bicycle-friendly city and stop in to one of the many Michelin starred restaurants. The colourful freetown of Christiania operates under its own rules and is separate from the Danish government. There are several beautiful castles to visit, and many of Copenhagen's main sites are within walking or cycling distance of one another. Book yourself a hotel right away. You're going to want to stay a while!

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