Cookie Policy


About this Cookie Policy

This cookie policy explains what cookies are and how we use them on our website. You should read this policy so you can understand what type of cookies we use, the information we collect using the cookies and how that information is used. By using our website  you are agreeing that we can use cookies in accordance with this policy.

This policy explains how we collect, store and use data when you browse this site.


What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that can be stored on and accessed from your device when you visit one of our websites, to the extent you agree. The other tracking technologies work similarly to cookies and place small data files on your devices or monitor your website activity to enable us to collect information about how you use our websites. This allows our websites to recognize your device from those of other users of the websites.


What type of cookies do we use?

Cookies are used by us so that our website can remember what you have done whilst browsing one of our websites.


Traffic data

We use Google Analytics and Search Console to help analyse how users use the site. The tools use cookies to collect standard Internet log information and visitor behaviour information in an anonymous form. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP) is transmitted to Google. This information is then used to evaluate visitors’ use of the site and to compile statistical reports on website activity in order to monitor the attractiveness of our site and improve the performance or content.

The Site automatically tracks how the content provided is used. This tracking allows us to gain a better understanding of potential areas for improvement to continually improve the relevance of and accessibility of the content we provide.

This usage information will only be used within Wonderful Copenhagen  to increase the quality of content, service and support to our visitors. 


Use of cookies

The Site uses cookies to collect information.

You may refuse to accept cookies by activating the setting on your browser which allows you to refuse the setting of cookies. However, if you select this setting you may be unable to access certain parts of our Site. Unless you have adjusted your browser setting so that it will refuse cookies, our system will issue cookies when you log on to our Site. For the settings of cookies, please refer to Help function within your computer. Information on deleting or controlling cookies is available at (read more about the individual cookies).


How to reject cookies

You may change your website browser settings to reject cookies, in the following manner:

For Mozilla firefox: 1. Choose the menu “tools” then “Options” 2. Click on the icon “privacy” 3. Find the menu “cookie and select the options you desire For Microsoft Internet Explorer: 1. Choose the menu “tools” then “Internet Options” 2. Click on the “privacy” tab 3. Select the setting you desire using the curser For Opera 6.0 and further: 1. Choose the menu Files”> “Preferences” 2. Privacy

However, please note that if you do this it may impair the functionality of this Site.


Contact information

Questions and enquiries related to this policy should be directed to:

Fonden Wonderful Copenhagen
CVR 19421309
Nørregade 7 B
1165 København K

This page has been last updated in March 2019.



How Copenhageners experience tourism

67% of local residents in Copenhagen experience no problems with the city’s tourism and overall are positive about welcoming even more visitors to Copenhagen in the future.


When Copenhageners & visitors meet

Copenhageners appreciate visitors who respect the city and its customs, venture off the beaten track and blend in. Experiencing Copenhagen by bike is considered the ‘authentic way’, but bike lanes are also a major point of friction between visitors and locals.

What locals & visitors think of Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a bikeable, liveable and easy to visit in the eyes of visitors and locals. However, while visitors are motivated by atmosphere, 42% of Copenhageners pinpoint the famous attractions as a major city characteristic – in contrast with only 17% of recent visitors to Copenhagen.

Who Copenhagen competes with

Major European tourism destinations like Berlin and Amsterdam are Copenhagen's close competitors. However, it's closest rival is the self-proclaimed Capital of Scandinavia, Stockholm, which outperforms Copenhagen in the competitive comparisons. Copenhagen leads the pack in fulfilling the overall expectations of business travellers.

How Copenhagen competes

Copenhagen is a hard sell, when it comes to value for money across multiple parameters. At the same time, Copenhagen leaves visitors unimpressed by the city’s experiences, and though home to 22 Michelin Stars, Copenhagen’s quality of food is rated only slightly above average.

How Copenhagen unfolds

The more neighbourhoods visitors explore, the happier they are with their stay in Copenhagen! Interestingly, Copenhageners and hospitality professionals typically recommend experiences related to Copenhagen's city centre. New accommodation capacity is similarly planned in the inner parts of Copenhagen, potentially reinforcing visitor concentration in specific neighbourhoods.