We've looked at the most up-to-date weather data for Copenhagen, covering the last 12 years up to 2021, plus we've asked our team of travel bloggers for their first-hand experiences in order to answer the most frequently asked questions about Copenhagen weather in February.
How cold is it in Copenhagen during February?
February is typically the coldest month in Copenhagen. And when we say cold, we mean it. The temperature tops out at around 2℃ during the day, falling away to 0℃ at night. The UV index will be low at this time of year, so not something to worry about. However, if you're going to be outside for long periods it's always a good idea to apply a small amount of sunscreen to exposed skin.
Does it snow in Copenhagen during February?
Possibly. There's a chance of snow during February but not as much as you might think. Check the local forecast before you leave home so that you can pack appropriate footwear and clothing.
Does it rain in Copenhagen during February?
On average, there will be 6 rainy days during the month, amounting to 8.2mm in total. That's almost nothing at all, therefore rain isn't something we think you need to consider. Of course, some of that rain will actually fall as sleet, snow, and possibly freezing rain. There's a small chance that you'll catch a thunderstorm during your trip.
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Books inspired by Copenhagen
Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your Copenhagen holiday
A well-written and humorous book giving an insight into Scandinavia, its people and the enviably simpler Nordic ways and culture. It covers five countries including Iceland and will have you wanting to move to one of them!
The author gives herself a year to uncover the formula behind why Denmark is considered "the happiest place on earth." She explores all things Danish to see where and how they're getting it right. Travelscoop's Paul read this book before a trip to Copenhagen and loved it.
Frazzled mum Alice Ray likes to think she’s on top everything. But after spectacularly embarrassing herself at work, she finally gives in to her sister’s pleas to take a much needed break. However, this is not the luxury spa holiday Alice hoped for – instead, she finds herself in Denmark, in the middle of nowhere, on a ‘How to be a Viking’ getaway.
The magic ingredient to the Danes' reputation for being the world's happiest nation? Who knows? But the idea behind hygge is a lovely one: and it's all about a feeling that encompasses "the art of creating intimacy", "cosiness of the soul", "taking pleasure from the presence of soothing things", "cosy togetherness" and "the pursuit of everyday pleasures." This lovely little book helps with the understanding and creation of hygge.
Copenhagen Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in April
The days are getting longer and the weather warmer, making April one of everyone’s favourite holiday months. The only thing is, Easter makes things a little more expensive and a whole lot busier. Searching for deals just before, or just after the long weekend helps keep the costs down.One of the best things about holidays in April, is the chance to get out and about in the world, before it gets too hot. You can still swim in mild waters on exotic islands, but hit city streets for shopping and...
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in June
It’s time to celebrate when it’s June! Summer is here and a ‘staycation’, a trip to the Mediterranean or a city break means great weather, without the rush of August crowds. Best of all, you’ll miss the scorching heat of July, while being able to take advantage of fantastic deals across the globe. Pack your sunscreen, flip flops and favourite summer read – ready to hit the beach!Beach HolidaysJune brings some of the best weather conditions to Europe, however many popular resorts are...
18th June 2019 by Budget Traveller10 best budget hostels and hotels in Copenhagen
Copenhagen is one of Europe’s most liveable and also one of its most expensive cities. The Danish capital benefits from unparalleled urban planning and is one of the world’s greenest and tidiest cities- commuting is a breeze here. The Danes also excel at superior architecture and building. Therefore, it is not surprising that the city is home to some of the most stylish and coolest hostels and hotels out there. Here is our 10 best cheap hostels and hotels in Copenhagen that you should...
26th January 2021 by ScribbleStuA few days in Copenhagen
Denmark and its capital hold the dubious honour of being touted as the happiest places on the planet. A 3-night break is a perfect amount of time to get to grips with the city and work out whether you agree. When to go? Pretty much any time from sunny, breezy spring through to hygge-inducing autumn and twinkly, tasteful Christmas. The largest crowds and the best festivals are in July and August, but this also brings the highest costs/rates. Temperatures rarely reach the mid-20s and so the city...
8th February 2021 by StuartBooking a Christmas market trip
It's Chriiiiiiiiiiistmmaaaaaaaaasss!! Well, no actually, it isn't. But if you could see my inbox - full up with countless snowy and festive wintery travel deals - you'd definitely think it was close. September is clearly the month for change: hazy sunshiney memories begin to take a backseat, superseded by thoughts of wintery getaways.With all this in mind, and added to the fact it's often more advantageous to beat the rush and book your Chrimbo break early, we're celebrating with a whole...
16th February 2021 by StuartThe Scoop: Copenhagen
Denmark and its capital hold the dubious honour of being touted as the happiest places on the planet. A 3-night break is a perfect amount of time to get to grips with the city and work out whether you agree. When to go? Pretty much any time from sunny, breezy spring through to hygge-inducing autumn and twinkly, tasteful Christmas. The largest crowds and the best festivals are in July and August, but this also brings the highest costs/rates. Temperatures rarely reach the mid-20s and so the...
27th November 2018 by PaulCopenhagen travel guide
Holiday Extras are doing a good series of YouTube destination guides. This one covers Copenhagen. I travelled to the Danish capital during the summer and loved every minute. From the Danish pastries that erm, aren't actually from Denmark. To the stunning Tivoli Gardens, The iconic Little Mermaid statue, and the colourful street of Nyhavn. Copenhagen is a mini-adventure for anyone who loves the land of Scandi, and the Hygge concept that us Brits can't get enough of!...
Weather in Copenhagen
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