9 reasons why Copenhagen is the world’s happiest city

This year Denmark once again topped the table in The World Happiness Report, surely meaning that its cool capital Copenhagen has to be up there as one of the happiest cities in the world. It’s not hard to see why. Despite the cost of living and the darker nights, it’s easy to fall in love with this Scandic city. Here are just some of the reasons why I did….

They know how to do brunch

Toldboden, Copenhagen
Brunch at Toldboden

And coffee…

Union Kitchen, Copenhagen

The canals are postcard-perfect

Nyhavn, Copenhagen
Nyhavn

Everyone cycles everywhere

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Past castles, even in the centre of the city…

Rosenberg Castel
Rosenberg Castle

The city’s traditions are alive

Copenhagen traditions

The city has some of the best restaurants in the world

Tarnet, Copenhagen
Tarnet

You can get a great cocktail

Ruby cocktail bar, Copenhagen
Ruby cocktail bar

And most of all you never want to leave…

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