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Copenhagen is the capital of the European country of Denmark. It is commonly referred to as the "Venice of the North", due to its many canals and bridges, since it is located on the edge of an island in the North Sea. Copenhagen is an ideal travel destination for both young and old, as it has several museums and galleries showcasing both history and contemporary art, respectively. The city is also quite family-friendly, having the two oldest amusement parks in the world. Copenhagen is also known for its fine cuisine, and it offers traditional Danish, as well as an assortment of international and ethnic restaurants. Take a vacation and choose to fly with Austrian Airlines to Copenhagen and experience Europe at its finest. Explore the capital of Denmark with these low fares that we arranged for you and discover this amazing city situated on the eastern coast of Zeeland. Book our flights to Copenhagen, CPH and visit some of the best known sights of the Danish capital like the Amalienborg palace, a masterpiece of the baroque architecture, the exotic and unique Tivoli gardens or the picturesque houses on the banks of the Nyhavn canal. Stroll through the Amagertorv square, that dates back to more than 700 years and discover the great Danish gastronomy in one of the great cafes. This great European capital has some of the most acclaimed restaurants in Northern Europe, serving not only some great Danish cuisine but also flavours from around the world. Visit the romantic and historical Rosenborg Castle and appreciate all the beauty of this city while admiring the well known statue of the Little Mermaid. You can also visit some of the greatest museums in Europe, like the Statens Museum for Kunst, better known as the Danish National Gallery, which houses a vast collection of masterpieces, from the XIV century until the present day. Why not experience a different and unique night by watching a show in the magnificent Opera house, a modern architectural marvel? Fly to the Danish capital with our low fares and discover why this is a unique and wonderful city that certainly deserves your visit. During your stay don't miss out on the great night life and fantastic restaurants.

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Type of aircraftShort- & medium-haul passenger aircraft
ManufacturerAirbus Industrie, France
Names - Austrian Airlines paintingOE-LBI/Marchfeld, OE-LBJ/Hohe Tauern, OE-LBK/Steirisches Thermenland, OE-LBN/Osttirol, OE-LBO/Pyhrn-Eisenwurzen, OE-LBP/Neusiedlersee (Retro-look painting), OE-LBQ/Wienerwald, OE-LBR/Bregenzer Wald, OE-LBS/Waldviertel, OE-LBT/Wörthersee, OE-LBU/Mühlviertel, OE-LBV/Weinviertel, OE-LBW/Innviertel, OE-LBX/Mostviertel (Star Alliance painting)
Number of aircraft16
Seating capacity168 C/Y (variable)
Min. Legroom30"=76.2cm
Wing span34,1 m
Length37,6 m
Height11,8 m
Max. cruising speed980 km/h
Max. cruising altitude11,920 m
Type of engineCFM International, CFM 56-5B4/2P
Max. thrust2 x 27,000 lbs
Fuel capacity19,100 kg
Max. range fully payload4,300 km
Max. payload16,790 kg
Max. take-off-weight75,900 kg / 77,000 kg
Max. landing weight64,500 kg


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EAT in Copenhagen

Eat in Copenhagen
Klai's Dinner

If the hole in your wallet has grown too big after only a few days in Copenhagen, maybe it's time to go to Klai's Dinner. The advantage: you get to save money, without comprimising on the quality of food and service. How? Guests are allowed to bring their own wine, which means they can buy this cheaper in the supermarket beforehand. Which means you can sit back and enjoy your 1-3 course meal in this cosy little restaurant without any hindrances.

Cap Horn

The times of drinking holes being down by the Nyhavn are long gone; today, people of all ages meet here, both locals and tourists, from all walks of life. In short, half of Copenhagen head to the Nyhavn after work. Despite the high number of natives in the area, you still have to be careful not to fall into a tourist trap, where you can spend far too many Krone on little quality. Cap Horn is guaranteed not to be a a rip-off for tourists. Anyone who finds themselves here will be treated to local cuisine made from organic ingredients. You must try the freshly landed fish!


The chefs in Copenhagen obviously know how to be awarded with Michelin Stars. There are about 10 restaurants in Copenhagen with at least one star to their name. noma managed to do this by cooking solely Nordic gourmet cuisine. Lobster from the Faeroe Isles, Icelandic deep-sea crab and musk-ox from Greenland. And as a side serving you get all the local produce; vegetables, cheese and cereals. Refined, creative, and well worth every Krone that you'll part with.  In noma, you can enjoy top-notch Nordic cuisine. The restaurant has now been named as the best restaurant in the world by the British ?Restaurant Magazine'.

SIGHTS in Copenhagen

Sights in Copenhagen
Vor FrelsersKirke

In 1750, a twisted spire with spiral staircase was added to the Saviour's Church. And who was the first person to be allowed to climb the 150 steps up the 90m high tower? None other than King Frederik V. The view from the tower over his city must have knocked his socks off. Anyone who wants to follow in his footsteps needs to be free of giddiness though, because the church is really tall and space suddenly becomes very tight. For people who don't want to take the climb, you should at least go and have a look at the church. The altar, with its marble columns and three-storey organ case, are well worth seeing. The altar plinth is borne by two elephants which is a main feature of the decoration. The tower is only open from April to October


It's not Disneyland Paris or Phantasialand near Cologne - it's not an amusing park at all. However, Superkilen stimulates smile and brain muscles. The walk-in art project by the Copenhagen architects BIG, German landscape architects Topotek 1, Danish artists group Superflex and the communication office Help encompasses a black marketplace, a green park and a huge playground in pink - adorned by street furniture from more than 50 countries: Brazilian telephone booths, Armenian picnic tables, neon ads from the U.S. and Japanese cherry trees.   The multicultural design doesn't come by chance - more than 70 percent of Nørrebro's population comes from abroad. The design concept was developed by designers in hand with the residents. The result is a walk-in art work which has been under construction since 2012. The pink square is already finished.

Cooking weeks

Nowhere in Northern Europe are there so many restaurants which have been awarded stars as in Copenhagen. That's just one reason why you should try and make it for "Copenhagen Cooking". In August, everything is about cooking and food, the northern cuisine, and the best ingredients in the region. You can look forward to seeing the most creative chefs, the most colourful markets and the most appetising food. Hint: during this time, the gourmet restaurants in the city offer their set meals at discount prices. The idea behind this? So that even gastronomes with empty wallets can join in and eat at a high-level.

STAY in Copenhagen

Stay in Copenhagen
The Square

Modern, yes, but over styled? No! The Square is really inviting, and at closer look it turns out to be an exquisitely furnished luxury residence. The nicest thing within is undoubtedly the Junior Suite Deluxe, however a standard room is also more than adequate. Bored by luxury? No problem, you can find plenty of other places because The Square is right in the city centre. One night in a double room is available from approximately ?160.

Hotel Guldsmeden

If you check in at Axel Hotel Guldsmeden you'll feel like being on recreational holiday in Indonesia. Why? Because the interior is a mixture of modern technical facilities with Balinese furnishings - and because it's a wellness hotel. It's located centrally in the hip Vesterbro district and only five walking minutes away from the Tivoli gardens and the central station.   At Axel Hotel Guldsmeden people think environmentally friendly. They use renewable energy and ecological and fair trade products. Plastic bottles are taboo and the garden is watered with collected rain water. Furthermore every guest is handed in a folder with information on how to act environmentally friendly. A double room per person and nights starts from 120 euros.

Hotel Copenhagen

The modern hotel Copenhagen Island is located directly by the harbour of Copenhagen. The well-lit hotel complex was designed by Kim Utzon Architects and opened in the year 2006. All in all the hotel has 325 air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi internet access. The hotel also offers special rooms for allergic guests that for example differ in terms of special bedding.   The restaurant The Harbour offers a far view onto the harbour and the neighbourhood through its glass facade. Since there are numerous conference rooms the hotel is also suitable for seminars of various sizes.   The hotel also pays attention to the environment - and that has already paid off. In 2008 the hotel was awarded the Green Key certificate. A double room starts from 200 euros per night.

SHOPPING in Copenhagen

Shopping in Copenhagen
Henrik Vibskov

This man can do the lot; as an artist, he exhibits his projects in the Moma (Museum of Modern Art) in New York. As a drummer, he joined Anders Trentemøller on tour. And now, the Danish genius is trying to make his name in the fashion world, and without further ado has opened his own shop right in the middle of the city centre. His own designs are inconspicuously hip, while also available here are designs from Wendy and Jim, Stine Goya, Bless, Gitte Wetter and Sabrina Dehoff.

Cop Ceramics

Bente Skjøttgaard, Steen Ipsen and Martin Bodilsen have known each other for quite some time and have one thing in common: they work with ceramics. Furthermore, they are based in Denmark - a country which is internationally renowned for its ceramics. But the three artists wanted more and decided to provide a platform for aspiring and established ceramicists in Frederiksberg near Copenhagen. That's exactly what they did with Copenhagen Ceramics.   They are not sure what the future will bring for this platform. At the moment, however, they host ten exhibitions by contemporary ceramicists ranging from Bodil Manz, Turi Heisselberg Pedersen to Michael Geertse. Potentially Copenhagen Ceramics will turn into a pop-up installation after the scheduled show program is over. It also might become a permanent gallery. In any case, the second floor of an old factory with whitewashed walls is an inspirational frame for the colourful artworks that are presented.

W.Ø. Larsen

Cigarettes, cigars, snuff and pipes have been sold in this fragrant shop since 1864. A packet of Camels, please? Woah, wait a minute! You don't have to smoke manufactured cigarettes here; instead, you can also try over 100 different tobacco blends from the premises. Queen Margaret II thinks this place is great-she personally buys her Karelia Slims here, which she loves to smoke in her pyjamas out on her castle balcony in the morning!