The Copenhagen Jazz Festival transforms the Danish capital into the world’s largest jazz club in July each year.
This festival, showcasing Danish and international acts, has been running since 1979.
About Copenhagen Jazz Festival
Lots of venues in and around the city.
The streets of Copenhagen come alive to the sound of jazz in the streets, cafes, concert halls and open-air stages.
Some concerts have entry fees, but many are free.
Copenhagen Jazz attracts over a quarter of a million visitors throughout the festival.
Hotel Skt Petri has an excellent location in Copenhagen’s old Latin Quarter.
It’s a stylish hotel with free WiFi, designer rooms and an excellent gym.
It takes four minutes to walk to the main shopping street, Strøget.
Some rooms are with a balcony or a terrace.
Great restaurant and bar right in the hotel lobby, serving creative culinary food and fancy drinks.
Outside the hotel, you’ll find many shops, restaurants and cafés.
Directly outside, a local bus takes you to the famous Tivoli Gardens in 10 minutes.
More about Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is an excellent city for biking and boating.
There are more cycles than citizens!
You can rent a bike from the docking stations found throughout the city.
Solar cell-powered GoBoats can also be hired to cruise the lakes.
The city offers visitors an array of restaurants, cafes, and markets.
It is also home to the famous Tivoli Gardens, the second-oldest amusement park globally.