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Copenhagen really lives up to the lyrics of the famous song “Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen”. The colourful houses, patio restaurants and sailboats of the Nyhavn harbour, the famous roller coaster and gardens of Tivoli and the Little Mermaid statue sitting on a rock by the sea are sure to capture a traveller's heart. Strøget, which is over one kilometre long and Europe's longest car-free street, is a shopper's paradise.

One of the oldest capitals in Europe, Copenhagen is also a dynamic hub of modern art, architecture and design, with the collections of the Arken and Louisiana museums ranking at the top internationally. Royal splendour can be found at the Amalienborg castle and the Renaissance-era Kronborg Castle, also immortalised in Hamlet. The best venues for a night out can be found in the trendy area of Vesterbro and the multicultural Nørrebro.

The airport is located 8 km southeast of Copenhagen.

  • Finnair flights: departure from Terminal 2 and arrival at Terminal 3
  • Check-in opens 2 hours before departure
  • Check-in closes 45 minutes before departure

Check-in is also possible at the check-in kiosk at the central railway station in Copenhagen.

Finnair has several daily flights to Copenhagen, connecting passengers with hundreds of destinations worldwide. There are direct Copenhagen flights from Helsinki, with a flight time of 01h 40min.

You’ll connect through Helsinki when catching flights to Copenhagen from the US, Asia and other European cities. All transit facilities and services are within the same terminal building, making for an easy journey.

When travelling to Copenhagen, airlines land at Copenhagen Airport (CPH), which is connected to the city centre by train, bus and taxi.

Book your plane tickets to Copenhagen with Finnair for comfortable seating, a range of pre-bookable extras and excellent in-flight services.

Summer is usually said to be the best time to visit Copenhagen, with bright, warm, sunny days that are ideal for sightseeing and relaxing in one of the many pavement cafes. However, be prepared for rain in the wettest months of July and August. As summer is the peak tourist time, search for Copenhagen flight deals and book your plane tickets to Copenhagen well in advance.

Spring and autumn can be great times to visit Copenhagen if you’re looking to avoid the crowds. The weather is fairly chilly but you can wrap up warm and enjoy the city in relative peace. Between March and May and from September to October are ideal times to find discounted accommodation prices and cheap flights to Copenhagen.

Winter flights to Copenhagen, Sweden and other places in Scandinavia let you experience magical snow scenes and festive joy. The city is especially vibrant in the run-up to Christmas, with Christmas markets, seasonal activities and festive foods. Outside of the Christmas period, the winter months of November to February are the low tourist season. Temperatures are cold and daylight hours are limited. This is when you can often find cheap flights to Copenhagen, Sweden, Norway and other European destinations.


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