You should definitely go to Denmark for the New Year holidays if you want to know what “hugge” is, which has been so often talked about lately. And most importantly, to experience it on yourself.  Danish people are masters in creating a festive atmosphere, comfort, fairy tales. In Copenhagen you will quickly understand why they are called the happiest nation on the planet. Christmas in Denmark is considered a family holiday. On Christmas Eve, most shops do not work in the afternoon. Even on December 25th it seems that only tourists live in the Danish capital – many locals celebrate the holiday at home with their family. The city comes to life on December 26. New Year’s Eve in Copenhagen, on the contrary, is celebrated noisily and cheerfully.

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  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Tivoli Gardens

    Christmas at Tivoli Gardens is a favorite Christmas tradition among both Copenhagen residents and visitors to the city. By tradition, Tivoli is decorated for the season with 1,000 spruce Christmas trees, completely covered with many lights.

  • 2

    Hajbro Plads Square

    Here you can visit the Christmas Market. In the heart of the ancient medieval city of Copenhagen, you can buy the best homemade gluvin and other Danish delicacies.

  • 3

    Stork Fountain

    Here you can attend Christmas performances. The shops will sell souvenirs and traditional Christmas delicacies - apples baked in dough, glogg and delicious pastries.

  • 4

    Nytorv square

    Every winter in Copenhagen, traditional ice rinks begin to work. The best in Denmark, beautiful and large flooded in the central square of Kongens Nytorv

Meeting Point

By the entrance of the Tivoli Gardens

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.