You don't have to dig deep to enjoy a trip abroad from Edinburgh this Summer - for half the price of a train to London, travellers can enjoy a trip to the Danish capital.
RyanAir run cheap flights between the Scottish and Danish capitals throughout the year - for as little as £30 travellers can enjoy a return trip to the Scandinavian capital of cool.
The cost of a return ticket between Edinburgh and London typically costs from £62.50 - over twice the price of flights to and from the Danish capital.
When to go?
The flights are at their cheapest during the months of June and July.
Currently, holiday makers can fly out to Copenhagen on June 3 and return on June 6 or 8, for £30.
For a quick weekend break fly out on June 15 and return on June 17 for £32.
Tivoli Pleasure Gardens are a must for thrill seekers (Photo: Shutterstock)
The Danish climate is typically at its warmest between June and August - and its countryside is at its prettiest.
This is also when the country's tourist facilities are best equipped.
What to do?
The city's iconic Tivoli Pleasure Gardens are set to enjoy their 175th anniversary with the arrival of new attractions and shows. The park consists of century-old rollercoasters, an open-air pantomime theatre and music halls.
If you want to keep your feet firmly on the ground, explore Christiania - the city's autonomous anarchist neighbourhood, made up of DIY housing and rustic cafes, and inhabited by local free spirits.
For a dose of culture explore Rosenborg Slot, a gorgeous 17th century castle, once inhabited by King Christian IV.
Christiania is a self-proclaimed "anarchist district" (Photo: Shutterstock)
Foodies should head to Torvehallerne KBH, to sample delicious and experimental cuisine. Visitors of the hall are greeted by an Alladin's Cave of meals and snacks, from smoked meats to Smorgasbord.
All prices correct at time of publishing