Visiting Copenhagen

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When you visit us at Progress Point, we encourage you to explore and enjoy Copenhagen, with its grand palaces, stylish shops, funky cafés, and some of Scandinavia’s best restaurants.

Hotels in Copenhagen

Our visitors enjoy special rates at select hotels in Copenhagen, conveniently located in the city with an easy access to Progress Point.

Guests can choose from hotels that belong to the Arp Hansen Hotel Group, Radisson Blu or the Scandic Hotels. The special rates cover a budget range suitable to different needs, from short term stays to longer visits.

Contact your local Marel representative to secure a special rate at the following hotels:

Arp Hansen Hotel Group

Radisson Blu Hotels

Scandic Hotels

If none of these hotels are suitable, you can find other hotel options independently via Visit Copenhagen and Trip Advisor.


Dining in Copenhagen Photographer: Chris Tonnesen

Dining in Copenhagen

Denmark is renowned for its food, from traditional open sandwiches to the finest in modern Scandinavian cuisine.

Whether you prefer bistros or Michelin-starred restaurants you will find it all in Copenhagen. With a thriving café culture and a restaurant scene that is among the worlds’ most distinct and innovative. Get inspiration from the Copenhagen restaurant guide.

Please note that reservations are required for many restaurants in Copenhagen.


As the new Nordic food wave has risen in the last few years, more people than ever before have turned their eyes towards Copenhagen as the Gateway to Scandinavia. Food tours are a unique opportunity to experience Copenhagen and at the same time learn about its fascinating history.

Street Food Copenhagen Photo: Shutterstock


Good, sustainable, organic street food is gaining ground in Copenhagen. You can hang out with your friends or family, satisfy your taste buds and drink a glass of wine in the sun, while listening to live music. Torvehallerne food market halls in city centre are open year round. They are considered the  and is the modern luxury edition of a food market with groceries, bakeries, coffee, wine, beer, delis and fast food - most of it organic. You can sit outside or if you are lucky, find a spot inside.

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The Danish capital has repeatedly been named 'World's Most Liveable City' and offers a wide selection of culture, sights and activities. The center and all its attractions are easy to explore on foot or by bike, from the world famous Little Mermaid statue and Tivoli Gardens, to the vibrant pedestrian shopping street, and the National Aquarium Denmark.

Canal Tours Copenhagen Photographer: Strömma Danmark


Experience the idyllic harbors and canals of Copenhagen with a canal tour. During the tour, amongst other things, you can see The Opera House, Amalienborg Palace, Christiansborg Palace, the Black Diamond Library, and the Little Mermaid.


Shop till you drop in Copenhagen! From the newest collection, hot from the hands of Danish and international fashion designers, to vintage clothes and kids wear.

Strøget is the main shopping artery of Copenhagen and one of the longest pedestrian streets in the world. Here you will find many Danish and international flagship stores and chain stores, but if you stray from the main street, you will also discover wonderful shopping opportunities in the backstreets.

Tivoli Gardens Copenhagen Photographer: Cees van Roeden


You can also manage to take in Copenhagen's highlights in just 24 hours. In a city of urban design, boutique shopping and royal heritage, Copenhagen offers world-class experiences within easy walking or cycling distance of your hotel.


The welcoming Danes are voted as the happiest people in the world and a large majority speak a high standard of English.

It is suspected the concept of 'hygge' is part of the reason Danes and other Scandinavians score high on happiness. 'Hygge' is best translated as 'cosiness' - you'll find out more about it when you visit wonderful Copenhagen!

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Visit Copenhagen

Trip Advisor

Things to do in Copenhagen

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