If you’ve read any of my recent blog posts, or you’ve been following along on Instagram, you’ll know that I recently took on a challenge to spend a weekend in Copenhagen for under £200.
Because I had a limited amount of time (the equivalent of two full days) and a limited budget with which to see and experience as much of the city as possible, I had to plan my itinerary wisely.
Copenhagen is split into eight distinct neighbourhoods, and it’s wise to figure out exactly what you want to see and do in each neighbourhood, so that you’re not covering more ground than necessary and constantly retracing your steps.
So I’ve put together a list of recommended sights and activities in each neighbourhood. Stick to exploring two or three neighbourhoods per day and you should be able to get a pretty good feel for the city