Seeing as I missed yesterday’s deal of the day here is an additional one today! A weekend trip from Dublin to Copenhagen with flights and 3 nights in a 3* hotel for €202 pp!
Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. Copenhagen was home to Hans Christian Anderson who wrote a number of pieces like “The Little Mermaid”, “The Ugly Duckling” and “Thumbelina”. The Little Mermaid statue was constructed as a remembrance of his work. Other places of interest in Copenhagen include Tivoli Gardens, Nyhavn, Amalienborg and Rosenberg Castle. Copenhagen is also only a 25 minute train journey from Malmö in Sweden too.
Copenhagen is expensive there is no two ways about it. However, if you are looking to save some money I recommend doing a free walking tour with Sandemans and/or if you are looking for a pint the Old Irish Pub opposite Tivoli Gardens does a pint of Carlsberg for 20 DKK (which is not even 3 euro!).
The flights are with Ryanair leaving Dublin on Friday the 27th of March and returning on Monday the 30th of March. There is a link below to the flights, click on this to be brought to the Ryanair website. Please note as Ryanair have changed their baggage policy, I have added priority and 2 cabin bags to the overall price which brings the price of flights to €54.
Dublin to Copenhagen 27th Mar – 30th Mar €54 including priority with 2 cabin bags
The hotel is the 3* Comfort Hotel Vesterbro, which is rated a very good 8 out of 10 with guests from Booking.com. This property is located a 5 minute walk from Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen Central Station. The hotel rooms are clean, modern and comfortable.
A double room at Comfort Hotel Vesterbro is available for €148 pp for a 3 night stay. This brings the total cost for flights and 3 nights accommodation for €202 pp!
There is a link below to the accommodation, click on this to be brought to the Booking.com website.
Comfort Hotel Vesterbro 27th Mar – 30th Mar €148 pp for a 3 night stay
Please note prices are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.