All you need is a blanket, a few drinks and some snacks and you can set up camp in one of the city’s lovely parks, such as the Botanical Gardens, Nørrebroparken or even by the canal in Christianshavn.

You can also find a great selection of take-away beers and the latest cool magazines at Kihoskh on the corner of Sønder Boulevard and Dybbølsgade.

Enjoy a few drinks on one of Sønder Boulevard’s many grassy areas, or grab a delicious pizza from nearby Itzi Pitzi Pizza.

A good alternative to a warm six-pack is to go for a glass of wine.

Malbeck wine bar has a great selection at its romantic locations in Nørrebro and Vesterbro.

(it’s often played as a drinking game) and don’t forget to bring some change for the jukebox, so you can put on your crush’s favourite song.

If you’re lucky enough to be visiting Copenhagen during a sunny period you should definitely take advantage of the weather and schedule an outdoor date.

If you’re meeting with someone you do not know very well (yet), Papirøen Street Food Market is your destination.

The ‘Paper Island’ has become the centre of the young creative crowd and often hosts free concerts and other events.

Is sitting down for a meal with a stranger a little too intimidating?

Let’s hope your date feels the same and that they’ll say yes when you invite them on a tour of the city and its surroundings.

The canal tours starting at Nyhavn are probably the most date-appropriate type of tourist attraction, but if your significant other is from Copenhagen they have probably been on it way too many times already.