Copenhagen among Europe’s most fun cities

Christian Wenande
January 19th, 2018

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Danish capital 16th on European Fun Index

Good times are had in Copenhagen (photo: pxhere)

According to a new index from European holiday specialists Oliver’s Travels, you’ll have loads of fun if you visit Copenhagen – or at least in comparison to most other European cities.

In fact, according to its new European Fun Index, which ranks 2017’s most visited European cities by their fun factor, Copenhagen is the 16th most fun city in Europe with a score of 26.

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Copenhagen pretty average
Each city has been awarded a score out of 10 for the following factors: museums, tours, shopping, restaurants, bars & pubs, nightlife, concerts & shows, nature & parks, fun & games, water & amusement parks, zoos & aquariums, spas & wellness, and boat tours & water sports.

Copenhagen notched up slightly above-average scores for tours and boat tours & water sports, but slightly below-average scores for bars & pubs, fun & games, zoos & aquariums, and spas & wellness.

London dominant
London topped the list with a score of 104 well ahead of the competition, followed by Paris (78), Rome (73), Barcelona (61) and Prague (60).

Madrid, Berlin, Amsterdam, Milan and Lisbon completed the top 10.

Other notables included Dublin (13), Stockholm (20) and Munich (22).


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