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Copenhagen, Denmark is a picturesque city in northern Europe full of unique attractions. From the world’s oldest amusement park to the nearby castles, the city is a marvel. United Airlines and her Star Alliance partners have great prices available to Copenhagen for fall and winter travel, including Thanksgiving and New Year’s. Several different airlines are involves, including Swiss, Air Canada, and TAP Portugal, depending on which airport you travel from. The west coast deals may be the best, as <$400 flights from LAX to Europe aren’t common. Prices start at:

  • New York from $318
  • Los Angeles from $385
  • Boston from $397
  • Miami from $405
  • Chicago from $463
  • San Francisco from $483
a display of cookies and cookies

Copenhagen Christmas bakery by Pixabay user rolypolys

These are basic economy prices, including carry-on; main cabin fares available for ~$120 – $160 more round trip. Each airline has slightly different rules and pricing, so make sure to check for what is bet for your travel. Absolute lowest prices are available directly through United or partners, though OTAs are showing better pricing than the airlines on some dates. The east coast prices are probably somewhat stable, but the Los Angeles and San Francisco deals may only be around for a short period, so start your search today if you’d like to see Copenhagen in its fall splendor.

(SEE ALSO: Best & Cheapest Way from CPH Airport to Copenhagen City Center)

Sample Route

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  • Departure: Los Angeles
  • Stops: Vancouver
  • Arrival: Copenhagen

How to Book

  • Follow link for sample dates or search your favorite OTA / Google Flights for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • September 2019 – February, 2020. Different cities have different availability
  • 7-day stay required

Where to Stay in Copenhagen

Things to Do in Copenhagen

Good luck and happy flying!

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