Copenhagen is consistently ranked among one of the world's most popular, people-friendly capital cities. From its easy international accessibility and efficient transport infrastructure to a constantly expanding choice of world-class hotels and restaurants.
Praised for creating sustainable solutions that work, Copenhagen is among 25 destinations around the world that National Geographic believes will inspire us in the year ahead.
Safety for guests and staff has never been more important than in the re-opening of our industry. To accommodate this, the ”SAFE TO VISIT” program has been developed. It gives you the confidence and assurance that compliance with the Danish Health Authority’s requirements and guidelines for guest handling, cleaning and hygiene are followed.
Copenhagen is a frontrunner when it comes to adopting sustainable solutions and the city has one of the world's most ambitious climate policies - with a goal of being the first carbon-neutral capital city by 2025. As a result, it is almost impossible not to have a sustainable meeting in the Danish capital, Copenhagen.
Copenhagen was found to be Europe’s healthiest capital city overall, a ranking that owed much to the city’s CO2 emissions and drinking water as well as its cycling and walking culture.
Copenhagen is a perennial favourite in Monocle’s top 10 – it has taken the top spot a record three times – and the Danish capital is riding high again this year. What’s its secret?
In Denmark you will meet some of the happiest people in the world. Danes have several times been ranked the happiest people on earth by United Nation’s World Happiness Report and the happy Danes still rank among the top.
When you hold a meeting in Copenhagen there is a good chance that communication is smoother than in most other destinations. The English Proficiency Index (EF EPI) consistently ranks Danes some of the best non-native English-speakers in the world.
Denmark takes the top spot as one of the least corrupt countries in Transparency International’s global study of public sector corruption from 2017, and no. 1 least corrupt country in the world in 2020 by World Population Review.
Copenhagen’s food and restaurant scene continues to impress the world. At this year’s unveiling of the 2020 Michelin Nordic guide, 13 Copenhagen restaurants were awarded a total of 20 stars, reaffirming Copenhagen’s position as Scandinavia's gastronomic capital.