Averages for Copenhagen in November

If you decide to travel to Copenhagen during the month of November, be sure to bring along the heavy winter gear. In fact, it can be a shock to some people how cold it can be in the region during this time of the year. One reason for the surprise is that the wind coming off the nearby sea will make it feel much colder than it actually is. As a result, visitors should pack plenty of heavy sweaters along with boots, gloves, scarves and hats in order to ward off the chill.

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  • Temperature Temperature 5°C 41°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 7°C 45°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 3°C 37°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 1 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 60 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 19 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 9°C 48°F

Daily averages for November

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Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
°C 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 8 7 6 6 7 6 6 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 4 4
°F 48 46 46 46 45 45 45 46 45 43 43 45 43 43 45 43 43 43 41 41 41 41 41 39 41 41 41 41 39 39

Averages for Copenhagen in November

If you decide to travel to Copenhagen during the month of November, be sure to bring along the heavy winter gear. In fact, it can be a shock to some people how cold it can be in the region during this time of the year. One reason for the surprise is that the wind coming off the nearby sea will make it feel much colder than it actually is. As a result, visitors should pack plenty of heavy sweaters along with boots, gloves, scarves and hats in order to ward off the chill.

While the average daily temperature is still well above freezing, it won’t be that way for much longer. During the month, the average daily temperature will only reach 5°C (41°F). Temperatures throughout the afternoon will climb to an average high of 7°C (45°F). Meanwhile, the average overnight low plummets to 3°C (37°F) by early every morning.

This time of the year also continue to be quite wet. While it is not out of the question to see some early season snow, most of the precipitation will fall as rain. However, with temperatures close to the freezing mark in the early morning hours, the chance of seeing snow increases as the month grows older. Overall, the region will experience an average of 60mm over the course of 30 days. Out of those days, an average of 19 will receive measurable rainfall. Once again, it is not only important to bring warm clothes, but also some clothing to keep you dry.

This is also not the time of the year to try and hit the beach. With only 5 hours of sunshine on average each day, it will not be enough to warm you up thanks to the low sun angle. Additionally, water temperatures during this time of the year are a very cold 9°C (48°F) which is much too cold to enjoy.

Where To Stay

If you need more room than a traditional hotel offers, be sure to check out STAY Copenhagen. With 172 apartments, meeting rooms and event space, there are plenty of areas to spread out in. Additionally, the hotel offers a sky lounge, roof top terrace, fitness room, organic supermarket, organic bakery and three on-site restaurants.

Urban House is a hotel and hostel hybrid that is located in one of the hippest parts of Copenhagen. With a wide array of events, this is a unique venue in which to lay your head. All rooms include showers as well as towels and linens and free Wi-Fi. Downstairs, guests can take advantage of the self-service kitchen, urban bar and on-site laundry room. There is even a live stage and tattoo shop in case you want to get some permanent ink.

Hotel Tiffany is a boutique hotel offering 31 rooms in a quiet neighbourhood in the city centre. Perfect for a November holiday, the hotel offers a casual vibe with warm and welcoming staff. Guests are treated to breakfast that is included in the price as well as coffee and freshly baked bread delivered to your room each morning. Located just steps away from shops, restaurants and bars, this is a great hotel when you just want to get away from it all. 

Restaurants and Nightlife

While combining Asian and Danish food may seem odd, The Red Box makes it work on a daily basis. Reservations are required at this eatery thanks to its small size, but guests will not be disappointed with the level of food. Additionally, the wait staff are excellent, well trained and will help you find just the right dish for your tastes. Be sure to also order one of the beautiful wines off the extensive list.

First opened in 1999, Khun Juk Oriental combines the best of the west with the best of the east. With a cosy atmosphere and great vibes, guests will enjoy some of the best Thai food in Copenhagen. Guests return again and again thanks to the excellent food and wonderful service. Additionally, guests are able to get several courses for a very small price.

For those looking for a good night out that doesn’t involve dancing, try one of the city’s many jazz clubs. La Fontaine is known as the city’s oldest jazz club and with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, it is the perfect spot to unwind at the end of the day while enjoying wonderful music and a cocktail or two.  

What To Do

Visitors to Copenhagen should not leave town without a trip to Christianborg Palace. With temperatures getting colder by the day in November and plenty of rain in the forecast, now is a good time to plan to experience indoor attractions. Housing the Danish Supreme Court, Danish Parliament, office of the prime minister and the Queen, there is plenty to see and do. Visitors can explore the Queen’s tapestries and her library as well as numerous rooms and halls.

Known as the oldest functioning observatory in Europe, a trip to the city is not complete without visiting The Round Tower. Built in the 17th century, visitors can climb to the top and take in an outstanding view of the city laid out below. One of the newest attractions is the glass floor located 25 metres above the ground and gives those that are brave enough a unique view.

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