Cheap Flights to Copenhagen


Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and its prime attractions as well.

This city is growing continuously in business, population and various other entertainment options.

It began as a simple fishing village and today is a significant port of trade. The fountains, Royal Palaces and statues are worth visiting.

Taking flights to Copenhagen in winters can be chilly and also freezing. The summer months are also chilly and certainly pack a jacket.

Looking for cheap flights to Copenhagen is best during winters, yet booking in advance is recommended.

The peak season to travel is from May to September and finding Copenhagen cheap flights is possible only in the cooler months. This is the period offering off season rates in flights and hotels starting as low as US $70.

Travelers should consider being fortunate to visit Copenhagen, the lovely Danish capital that is also the most desirable destinations of Europe. The attractions are plenty and its architectures are revealed in the history, shops and also in the restaurants.

Spending summer holidays here is apposite for people intending to visit the Tivoli Gardens, one of the amusement Park and the pavement cafes. This is certainly a magical holiday during Christmas as the markets are flooded with gifts.

It is best to book cheap flights to Copenhagen well ahead such that you visit during Christmas and do shopping for gifts with the money saved on air fares. Culture vultures will enjoy the music concerts, theatres and arts events.

May to August is popular time, but July is quieter. Off season is winter with no crowds in galleries, museums and restaurants. There are Copenhagen cheap flights from UK airports and it takes 2 hours to reach from London.

The airlines flying from UK are British Airways and Scandinavian Airlines. Scandinavian offers regular flights from Heathrow once a week. British Airways also offer from Heathrow.

The others offering cheap flights to Copenhagen are British Midlands from Glasgow, Leeds Bradford and Edinburgh, EasyJet from Stansted, Aer Lingus from Dublin, Sterling from East Midlands and Gatwick and Ryanair from Stansted and Edinburgh. Direct flights arrive from New York and Atlanta on Delta, Air France and KLM.