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Winter in Copenhagen is characterized by snow-covered streets with a cozy atmosphere. Take the kids to a skating rink before settling down in front of the fireplace at a nice cafe and enjoying a hot cup of cocoa. Or how about bringing your partner to the spa and enjoying luxurious treatments while enjoying the view of snowfall out the window.
Take the kids to the Reunion Square, Northern Europe's largest artificial ice rink. It is 400 meters long and 12 meters wide. There is room for both play and speed skating.
Another popular ice rink is the Fredriksberg Roundabout. Here you can skate in beautiful surroundings, as the ice rink is located just off the romantic Fredriksberg Garden and the adventurous Fredriksberg Castle. The course is 40 x 30 meters and is well suited for families with children and couples.
Hotel d'Angleterre has its own spa area with pool and relaxation lounge. Here, there is end-to-end luxury with relaxing music, aromatherapy scents and a wide variety of treatments.
If you want a slightly cheaper alternative, Water Mass at Vesterbro may be the thing for you. Here you can enjoy water massage in large, steaming hot tubs before you then get a relaxing body massage. If you just want to relax in a sauna or a warm pool, Øbro swimming pool is a very affordable and pleasant alternative.
How about a love trip to some of Copenhagen's romantic museums? The Cisterns - the museum of modern glass art, lies underground in what used to be water reservoirs that provided clean water to Copenhagen's inhabitants. Hold each other close in the cool air and enjoy one of the fabulous shows.
Also visit the Thorvaldsens Museum where sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen's beautiful works are on display. He was very inspired by the love god Amor, which is reflected in the romantic exhibition.
What better way to warm your body than with a delicious cup of hot cocoa? At the fantastic Hotel Chocolat chocolate shop in Østergade 13, they have their own cocoa bar. You can choose from three types; classic, mocha or chilli, in addition to deciding whether you want your hot chocolate to be extra thick or a little more runny, with cream or without.
If you are a true cocoa lover, you should visit Peter Beier Chocolate in Nordre Frihavnsgade 20. Here, the focus is on the cocoa beans and their origin, with several types of flavors to choose from. You can get both light and completely dark cocoa, all for approx. 45 kroner cup.
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