The symbol of Copenhagen is the Little Mermaid. A romantic fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen of a young mermaid who came up to the edge of the water to look for her love.
No matter what you choose, the vast number of hotels, restaurants, hip bars and cosy cafés will guarantee that your Valentine’s break to the charming capital will be a great success!
I’ve traveled a lot, and Copenhagen in Denmark has to be the city with the most kissing and bicycles that I have ever seen.
Copenhagen is one of the few European cities not blighted by ill-conceived 1960s tower blocks – in fact, it's like something from a Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale.
This is indeed proof that Danes are real romantics at heart and that 'Romantic Denmark' is something you and your loved one can also experience in its capital.
It’s a beautiful city with beautiful parks and great restaurants, but the best thing of all (for people in love) is that you can kiss as much as you want.
And why you are out with that special someone why not treat the two of you to a gourmet dinner.
At Noma – the World’s best restaurant – gourmet Nordic food is served, the atmosphere is romantic, and the decor is minimalistic Danish design.
Whether on a train, sitting on a park bench, or in a quiet café, couples will often hug and kiss for five minutes at a time.
Then when they are done kissing, they go back to talking as if nothing had happened.