Averages for Copenhagen in September

As the seasons change with September so do the temperatures. After experiencing the two warmest months of the year in July and August, temperatures fall off quickly with the end of summer and the beginning of autumn. While conditions may still be pleasant for the early part of the month, the end will require heavier jackets. As a result, visitors will need to check an extended forecast before leaving home in order to make sure that they are packed appropriately.

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  • Temperature Temperature 14°C 56°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 17°C 63°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 10°C 50°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 5 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 60 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 15 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 16°C 61°F

Daily averages for September

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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 16 16 15 16 15 16 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 14 13 13 13 13 13
°F 61 61 59 61 59 61 63 63 63 61 61 59 59 59 59 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 55 57 55 55 55 55 55

Averages for Copenhagen in September

As the seasons change with September so do the temperatures. After experiencing the two warmest months of the year in July and August, temperatures fall off quickly with the end of summer and the beginning of autumn. While conditions may still be pleasant for the early part of the month, the end will require heavier jackets. As a result, visitors will need to check an extended forecast before leaving home in order to make sure that they are packed appropriately.

Despite the fact that temperatures are falling, there is still a little time left to hit the beach. In fact, this will be the last opportunity until next summer for beach goers to dip their toes in the water before it gets too cold. The average water temperature for this time of the year will be 16°C (61°F). Visitors can also enjoy one more month with plenty of sun as the region will average 10 hours of sunshine per day over the 30-day period.

On land, temperatures begin to fall off sharply with an average daily temperatures of 14°C (57°F). In fact, the average afternoon highs have dropped considerably from the previous month and will now only climb to 17°C (63°F). While overnight lows are not cold enough to require a full heavy winter weather outfit, visitors will need to bring a coat with some weight to it to fight off the evening and early morning chill. The average overnight low for this time of the year is a cool 10°C (50°F).

Rainfall rates remain high with an average of 60mm of precipitation expected over the course of the month. However, this precipitation will be in the liquid form as freezing temperatures are still a few months away. This rain will also fall over a period of 15 days making raingear a necessity for visiting during this time. 

Where To Stay

Step back in time with the retro look of Hotel Alexandra. Just steps away from some of the best shopping, hottest restaurants and best sights in Copenhagen, the hotel offers 61 rooms decorated with the style of the ‘50s and 60s. There are several different retro style rooms to choose from with each having a flat screen TV, private bath, telephone and free Wi-Fi. Guests may also take advantage of the on-site restaurant and honesty bar.

The Best Western Hotel Hebron is perfect for those who want to be in the heart of the city without paying huge prices. With room sizes ranging from single rooms to mini suites, there is a size to fit you or your family during a September holiday. The hotel also offers a breakfast buffet as well as the option of having a meal from an outside restaurant delivered to your room.

One of the best hotels in the city’s meatpacking district is the Axel Guldsmeden. Guests may choose from a wide variety of room types that are certain to fit every need and every budget. Additionally, the hotel is operated by dedicated employees who will meet your every need. Be sure to enjoy the garden, spa, bar and restaurant during your stay.

Hit The Beach

Visitors may wonder if they have stumbled into the Caribbean when they experience the sugar white sand found at Svanemølle Beach. While the whole area is open year-round, the beach is only available during the warmer months. With water temperatures of 16°C (61°F) in September as well as 10 hours of sunshine per day, now is the perfect time to experience what this beach has to offer. Not only is there nearly four thousand square metres of beach, but there is also a 130-metre pier that extends into the water. Lifeguards are also on hand in order to keep swimmers safe. 

Restaurants and Nightlife

While it is known for its macaroons, there is still plenty more to love about Brasserie Degas. With an extensive menu, exceptional service, a friendly staff and warm atmosphere, this restaurant has been named as one of the best in Copenhagen year after year. A traditional small French restaurant, reservations are recommended during the summer and weekends.

Where rustic meets contemporary is where you will find Restaurant Radio. Located just steps away from the Lakes of Copenhagen, the chefs take full advantage of fresh, local ingredients provided by area farmers. As the seasons change, the menu will change as well, but it always offers interesting and innovative meals that are not to be missed.   

For one of the best parties in the city, be sure to head to KB3. It will be hard to leave the dance floor thanks to rocking music that will keep you grooving into the early morning hours. Don’t forget that the bar is well stocked and ready to serve. 

What To Do

As part of the National History Museum, the University of Denmark’s Botanical Gardens should not be missed. Home to thousands of different plants, the gardens are also tasked with research, training and conservation. For any plant lover, this is one spot that needs to be on your to-do list. Be sure to take advantage of the last remnants of warmer weather and enjoy this attraction on your September holiday.

Children of all ages will love to spend some time in the Zoological Museum. Here, you can see animals from throughout the world and learn more about conservation and research. There are also plenty of examples from ages past such as woolly mammoths and more. Children are fully engaged with activities and education disguised as games. This is truly fun for the whole family.

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