Cottages Copenhagen

Why are Danish holiday cottages so special? Holiday cottages in Denmark come in many shapes and sizes. From thatched cottages nestled in flower gardens, to modern glass houses in the dunes, there are different types of holiday homes for different types of holidays. But because they are such an integral part of the Danish lifestyle, whatever type you choose, you can ensure that you sleep in a simple Danish design, eat Danish food and hopefully enjoy the space and the freedom to relax!

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Cottages in Copenhagen

Why are Danish holiday cottages so special? Holiday cottages in Denmark come in many shapes and sizes. From thatched cottages nestled in flower gardens, to modern glass houses in the dunes, there are different types of holiday homes for different types of holidays. But because they are such an integral part of the Danish lifestyle, whatever type you choose, you can ensure that you sleep in a simple Danish design, eat Danish food and hopefully enjoy the space and the freedom to relax!

To understand the true meaning of the word "special", you have to experience it, I guarantee you will be fascinated! If we combine the Danish cottages with Copenhagen, then if you win the lottery, you will get much more! Take a look at our cottages Copenhagen offers and enjoy your special vacation!

Flora and fauna of Denmark

For centuries, deforestation and the use of pasture meadows have led to a significant change in the natural environment in Denmark. In general, approximately 20% of agricultural land is at or near sea level, most of which is environmentally unsustainable lowlands that are artificially drained. The landscape was so altered that virtually none of the naturally curved rivers remained intact, and many were artificially upright. About 12% of Denmark's territory is covered with forests, but there are few primary forest areas. The forests are mostly deciduous, with beech and oak being the main tree species. You can also see spruce, hazelnut, maple, pine, birch, aspen, linden and chestnut. To the west and north of Jutland, as a result of centuries of deforestation, heather spread, which in the 19th and 20th centuries are partially replaced by coniferous forests(fir, spruce, larch and pine).

The most common representatives of the animal kingdom in Denmark are deer, which can weigh up to 200kg. Denmark also has roe deer, fallow deer, rabbits, foxes, squirrels, hedgehogs and badgers. Denmark is home to about 400 species of birds, the most common of which are magpies, city pigeons, foxes, geese and ducks. The largest forest in Denmark is Rold Skov, with an area of ​​77km2, which is home to the only national park in Denmark, Rebild Baker. The bird fauna is very rich, especially along the coast. The country has established the protection of nesting and resting places for migratory birds.

Entertainment

Speaking of entertainment in Copenhagen, it is worth talking in more detail about the world-famous cultural and entertainment complex Tivoli. This park was founded in 1843. Today it houses a huge number of bars, restaurants, attractions and carousels for the little ones. In addition, the park has several concert stages, and in the evening there are dance performances and musical performances. The park is ideal for romantic meetings and walks in the moonlight. Most often, couples in love gather in a remote part of the park and admire the beautiful fountains. During the day there are fun games and lotteries for young visitors, in the evening young people go to the disco park, and gourmets can visit local elite restaurants.

It is worth noting the variety of all kinds of clubs and casinos. Often a club combines several restaurants: a noisy disco, a cozy bar, a billiard room or a casino. The most visited place in the city is the night club Cocktail Party, which every Friday hosts enchanting shows. During the day the Dubliner Club works as an Irish pub, and after dark it is a place for fans of club music and lively parties. It is worth noting that the best local beer in Dublin can be tasted at night, and the variety of snacks will be a great addition to the drink. Vega is also a well-known nightclub; it has hosted performances by world-famous stars more than once. The club is decorated in a retro style and is equally popular with tourists and locals.

Rust Club has a reputation for a quiet and cozy place where you can hear music of different styles. Those looking for a more intimate setting can stroll along the scenic terrace. During the weekends the club hosts interesting parties and bartender shows. The Nyhavn Club is ideal for relaxing in a large company; it receives guests only in summer. In addition to traditional dances, the club offers its guests a lot of interesting entertainment. You can take a walk in the beautiful garden, enjoy exotic drinks or play tennis at the nearby children’s playground. Despite the abundance of nightlife in the city, its streets are always quiet and peaceful, so that residents of the central regions can safely go for an evening walk.

Danish climate

Denmark has a cool temperate oceanic climate. Although the country is located far to the north, winters are relatively mild. In January the daily temperatures are between 0°C and 2°C. However, under the influence of cool ocean air masses, summers here are usually quite cool with temperatures between 20°C and 22°C. In winter, a relatively thin and short-lived snow cover often forms. In general, however, rainfall predominates. Winters are long and gloomy. From November to April temperatures are below 10°C. Although cool, summer days are much longer and often bright and sunny. Even on the warmest days, a slight cool breeze is felt. The climate is moderately humid, rainfall varies slightly throughout the year. However, the smallest in quantity are in February, and the most abundant in August.

The best time to visit Copenhagen

The choice of the most suitable time to visit Copenhagen depends on the individual tastes of the traveler. June and July are the warmest months in the city, with average high temperatures around 21ºC. The temperatures during the summer months in Copenhagen are ideal for cycling or walking around the city!

If you like holiday markets in Europe, you may want to visit Copenhagen in the winter. Yes, it's cold, but the city boasts many charming Christmas markets filled with unique gifts, souvenirs and, of course, the increasingly popular mulled wine known as Glogg.

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