What’s going on in Copenhagen this November
01 Nov 2017
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November in Copenhagen
Now that those chilly nights are back in northern Europe’s hippest city it’s time to turn up the heat on those long nights and embrace the forthcoming festive ‘hygge’ that makes Copenhagen a destination of choice this November! Check into the coolest hostel in town to get the best out of your trip to Denmark’s coolest city!
Don’t let the temperature put you off a visit from the world-famous Tivoli Gardens, one of the world’s oldest amusement parks, with this beautiful spot transformed into one of the most Christmassy places on the globe. You’d be hard pushed to see more fairy lights!! Come and see what an enchanted winter land really looks like with 16,000 lights and lanterns from the 18th of November to the 31st December while sampling delectable seasonal food and drinks. All of it, of course, typically Danish!!
Visit a Honey Cake Castle and decorate your own honey cake hearts to nibble while watching the famous lake being illuminated in an amazing show of lights, smoke, lasers and festive music.
Tivoli Gardens is a famous destination not to be missed this month. To find out what a world of lights and festive delight looks like first-hand then visit www.tivoli.dk/en
If you like your winters evenings on the hot side then make a date with the Copenhagen Latin Festival, a celebration of all that is up tempo and on the spicier side of life. On the 25th of November you can sway your hips to Afro-Cuban beats to get down to the best in reggaeton, salsa and rhumba with live dance workshops taught by Cuban professionals.
To find out more this celebration of the best of Latin music visit www.latinfestival.dk
Deutsch Christmas Market
Copenhagen’s Deutsch Christmas Market is a must for seasonal visitors. Here in the scenic Hojbro Plads, a beautiful square in the centre of town, you can peruse a feast of Christmas goodies to buy on the stalls set inside wooden log cabins, or hop on the rides for a whirl against a backdrop of 180,000 festive heart-meltingly pretty lights. The market is free and open daily. The seasonal cheer kicks off on 17th of November until the 23rd of December.
To find out how to get your festive shopping hit, then visit here
Frederiksberg Runddel is a famed festive spot for getting your skates on literally when open-air ice skating opens on the 26th of November until early February. You don’t even need skates to take part, you can simply hire a pair and join the locals making skating look easy. Here soak up the good vibes and indulge in some great people watching while you practice your figure of eight skating moves.
To find out more visit here
Traditional Christmas market
If you want to really want to get under the skin of this stunning city then why not head down the famously beautiful Nyhavn Harbour and visit the Christmas market which is set along the world-famous old wooden housed streets. Here stalls selling the best in Danish traditional gifts, delicious treats and mulled wine, fill this scenic district. Nyhavn is bursting with a wealth of boutique bars and restaurants to suit any budget. The fun starts from the 10th of November and goes on until the 23rd of December.
This November there's plenty of fun to be had in Copenhagen’s huge array of historic landmarks, cosy bars and pulsing nightspots and this is only the warm up for Christmas party season!
For the best parties, check out what's on at Copenhagen Downtown Hostel this November!!