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Fly to Copenhagen Airport (CPH) any time of the year and you can be on Danish soil in around one hour and 45 minutes.
British Airways and SAS fly out of London Heathrow (LHR), while Gatwick Airport (LGW) gives you the choice of easyJet or Norwegian Airlines. Services are fast and frequent, and competition between operators is healthy, so you can pretty much guarantee cheap flights to Copenhagen whenever you feel like visiting.
If London’s not convenient, you might want to look for flights from Manchester Airport (MAN) instead.
Direct flights to Copenhagen Airport also take less than two hours from Manchester and there is no shortage of them, with both easyJet and SAS operating routes from here. SAS also runs services from Birmingham Airport (BHX).
If Scotland’s more useful, you could fly from Edinburgh Airport (EDI) with Ryanair or Norwegian for just about the cheapest Copenhagen fares from UK airports.
While city breaks and children don’t always mix so well, Copenhagen is a rare exception. This city is compact and manageable, and promises a pleasing range of child-friendly attractions, from the famous Tivoli Gardens to the interactive Children’s Museum, as well as abundant parks.
It’s important to remember that the best family fare prices come to those who don’t wait. Plan ahead, book as soon as you know school holiday dates and cheap Copenhagen flights could be yours for the taking. Don’t forget, the city has some fine urban beaches, so it works the sun, sand and sea angle for summer escapes too.
The city of Hans Christian Andersen and his lovelorn Little Mermaid is a natural choice for romantic weekends. You can spend the day clinging to each other on the vintage rides at Tivoli Gardens, one of the world’s oldest and prettiest fairgrounds, before ambling across the love-lock-strewn Bryggebroen bridge and taking an evening cruise around the historic harbour.
There are charming cobbled streets to stroll along hand in hand and delightful parks for al fresco picnics, while you’ll find cocktail bars by the dozen as well as classic cinemas where you can indulge in weepie movies, if that’s more to your liking.
Don’t let romance stop you being practical though. Passion was never dimmed by forward thinking, and booking the cheapest Copenhagen fares in advance means you will have more cash to splash on the fun stuff when you arrive.
Keep in mind that airlines, as well as restaurants and hotels in Copenhagen, will often hike up prices for Valentine’s Day, so if you can defer your trip to later in the month, you’re much more likely to get a good deal.
Wow your loved ones by getting airport transfers sorted too. Plan ahead with the advice offered on our how to get around Copenhagen page.