Copenhagen and more
Are you planning a classic Copenhagen tour with visits to popular attractions as The Little Mermaid, Amalienborg Palace and the Nyhavn waterfront, the hop on hop off-busses run frequently. If you prefer to view Copenhagen from the seaside, taking a Canal Tour is a good alternative. Another popular activity is exploring the city like a native Copenhagener by bike. You can rent bikes from one of the bike rentals in the inner city.
Start your day in Copenhagen’s central inner city with a visit to the historic Round Tower from 1642. From the 360-degree viewing platform, you can enjoy the views over Copenhagen’s roof tops and even view parts of the Swedish coastline. Frederik’s Church, popularly known as The Marble Church, is another popular attraction as well as The Old Stock Exchange building with the iconic dragon-tailed spire.
When it’s time for lunch, beer or a coffee, you have many cozy cafés and restaurants to choose from. The Nyhavn waterfront is both colourful and captivating and the area’s maritime history brings an interesting touch to a well-deserved break. The famous Danish fairytale writer, Hans Christian Andersen, used to live in number 20. While living here, he wrote ‘The Princess and the Pea’, ‘Little Claus and Big Claus’ and ‘The Tinderbox’. So why not walk in his footsteps and enjoy an assortment of Danish smørrebrød while taking in the views of the iconic sight.
Are you interested in what Copenhagen looked like centuries ago, the Gammel Strand-area is interesting. Many of the colourful houses from the 18th Century are protected and you can almost feel the breath of yonder year, while walking down the cobblestoned streets of Magstræde and Snaregade. You can find Copenhagen’s oldest street door from the 1730s in Magstræde 3, so keep your eyes open if you’re visiting the area.
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Copenhagen and other unique experiences
Book a stay with Hotel Living Suites and combine your city tour with a visit to the beautiful North Sealand. We’re located in Nærum, near beaches and marvelous forest areas. With our easy access to the motorway, you can easily combine a city tour with nature and idyllic town visits.
Hamlet’s Elsinore and Roskilde with the UNESCO World Heritage Cathedral and their Viking Museums are a must, when visiting Sealand. We’re proud to be located near the cradle of the kingdom and we have much more to show you in our surroundings.
After a good night’s rest close to Copenhagen in one of our fully equipped hotel apartments with free parking, you’re already one step closer to a world of possibilities.
We highly recommend a trip to our neighboring Jægersborg Deerpark and don’t miss the charming old market towns for shopping and get-togethers with friends and family.
Pack a picnic basket and enjoy the seasons in North Sealand
When Copenhagen has filled up your senses it is time to relax. We at Hotel Living Suites value the homely feeling and it’s important to us, that our guests feel comfortable and right at home. All our hotel apartments have a modern bathroom, a private balcony and a fully equipped kitchen, where you have the option of cooking your own meals if you prefer.
The changing of the seasons in North Sealand’s green belt of forests and wildlife areas are spectacular. In Jægersborg Deerpark you can get close to the deer and enjoy the views over the Sound waterway, which forms the Danish-Swedish border. So why not venture into nature with a selection of tapas or try the crowd-pleasing roasted pork sandwich from our local Nærumvænge sausage stand. The possibilities are endless and with an assortment of drinks, you’re only left with the choice of dessert and the view.
Don’t miss the opportunity of combining wonderful Copenhagen with a breath of forest air and a visit to the charming old market towns of Sealand.