Copenhagen: Lonely Planet’s 2019 top city

The capital of Denmark has been chosen as Lonely Planet’s number one pick for cities to visit in 2019.

Every year the well-known travel guide publisher Lonely Planet picks top countries, cities and regions to visit in the coming year, and Copenhagen tops the list of best cities to visit in 2019.

Lonely Planet points out interesting architecture such as Rosenborg Castle, good sustainability with many kilometers of bicycle lanes and great places to eat ranging from Michelin restaurant Noma to the former shipyard Refshaleøen.

“Amusement park Tivoli Gardens is beating the winter blues with a new February season, while waste-management centre Amager Bakke has jaws dropping with its rooftop ski slope and hiking trails,” the travel guide publisher also writes.

The other nine top cities to visit in 2019 are as follow:
Shēnzhèn (China), Novi Sad (Serbia), Miami (USA), Kathmandu (Nepal), Mexico City (Mexico), Dakar (Senegal), Seattle (USA), Zadar (Croatia) and Meknès (Morocco).

Lonely Planet is an Australian travel guide publisher, established in 1973. The company has sold more than 120 million books.

One Comment on “Copenhagen: Lonely Planet’s 2019 top city”

  1. Wow – just so proud being Danish when reading recommendations like this. Our beautiful capital being in the same league as other amazing spots like Miami, Mexico City, and Kathmandu just makes me feel so good. Well done Copenhagen!

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