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Valentines Day 2012 – City Break in Copenhagen

04/02/2012 | By | 1 Reply More

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copenhagenValentine’s Day Getaways in Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is ultimately a romantic city at heart in the real sense of the word. Heart symbols, indeed, can be found in many Danish insignias and objects. Heart-shaped mint marks can be found on coins, nine red hearts appear on the national coat of arms, and a big read heart is a common Danish Christmas symbol. So what better place to celebrate Valentine’s Day than in a city infused with love where art, museums, shopping and restaurants offer opportunities for days packed with fun.

Example of what to Do – Day 1


Example of what to Do – Day 2


Best of all, throughout February 2012, the capital is bursting with life and energy, courtesy of Copenhagen‘s new winter festival ”Wondercool Copenhagen”, offering a vast array of events throughout February.

More Things to Do in Copenhagen for Valentine’s Day 2012

  • Admire the statue of Cupid and Psyche at the Museum of Thorvaldsen.
  • Awaken the senses by visiting ”La Glace”, the temple of Danish pastry.
  • Visit all the romantic castles of the city.
  • Explore the canals by going on a romantic tour on a boat gently cradled by the waves.
  • Go on a romantic stroll through the tiny alleyways around Main Street Strøget adorned with candles.
  • Head to the waterfront by Amalienborg Royal Palace and look for Christian Anderson’s Little Mermaid sitting on a rock.
  • Attend the tragic love story ”La Traviata” at Copenhagen‘s Opera House.
  • Gaze at the stars at the Planetarium.
  • Take the elevator up to the 20th floor of the SAS Royal Hotel and enjoy a four-meal course with breath taking views.
  • Warm up in the steamy winter garden inside the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.

Whether you are looking for a romantic place to propose or attempting to escape from the commercialism of Valentine’s Day in search of a more profound experience, hop on a plane and head to a romantic European getaway along with your significant other.

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