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Copenhagen

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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SIGHTS in Copenhagen

Sights in Copenhagen
Rosenborg Have

This is where typical cosiness in Copenhagen is celebrated. As soon as the first rays of sunshine break through, it would seem as if the whole of Copenhagen takes a break in the park, even with their prams and laptops. And of course, they have sandwiches and coffee with them. The Rosenborg Have in the city centre is especially hip. The main attraction is that in the morning, there are practice marches for the Royal Guards in the neighbouring barracks courtyard. And anyone who's interested can also take a look at the Rosenborg Slot (Rosenborg Castle).

Hirschsprungske

This is the complete collection of treasures of tobacco manufacturer Heinrich Hirschsprung (1836-1908)-and it has nothing to do with smoking paraphernalia. Hirschsprung loved art, and collected it passionately. He passed his collection on to the state in 1902. All of the most important Danish painters of the 19th and 20th centuries are all here under one roof. You'll be amazed by the works of C.W. Eckersberg, Christian Christen K?bke and Anna and Michael Ancher.

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

EAT in Copenhagen

Eat in Copenhagen
Café Victor

The coffeehouse reminds one of Vienna, and the menu of Paris, while the dignified chic is distinctly Bohemian. In Victor, you can sip white coffee all afternoon, and for anyone who likes the nobler side of life can also order a glass of Champagne and some oysters. Cafe Victor was outfitted by 12 top Danish designers, so it's very stylish to look at. Despite that, you don't have to sit here like you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth, instead you can sit back casually and simply relax. That's why Victor quickly became one of the most popular meeting spots in Copenhagen. Here, right in the centre, is where many a long night begins...

noma

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'.

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!

SHOPPING in Copenhagen

Shopping in Copenhagen
Acne Jeans

It's all the rage:acne on your behind! But not the skin problem-instead these are figure hugging jeans. If you're in Copenhagen, then clearly you have to make a trip to these Danish designers. On the other hand, just around the corner is Sweden with their jeans from Jonny Johanson which also have a pretty damn fine cut! The shop is trendily arranged in a puristically northern style, and as well as jeans you can also buy some great dresses, boots and shirts. We can promise you won't leave the shop empty handed!

Stilleben Shop

One thing is clear: anyone who tries to leave Denmark without taking home something designer for their home will surely regret the decision. Because the Danes and their neighbours aren't famous for their funny, practical and aesthetically pleasing living ideas for nothing! Here, there are ideas that you can easily take home with you in a suitcase. Glass vases, candle sticks, odds and ends, bags and nicknacks...anything is possible, the only thing they can't guarantee is plain design! A real treasure trove of souvenirs and presents for your and other's homes.

Norse

There's nothing in this shop that younger dudes wouldn't wear themselves or buy for their girlfriends. You could also say the salesmen and owners are dudes here, and they know that what they're wearing are the coolest things in town. They stock things like Adidas goods, Stussy trainers and Mark Newson hoodies. The whole range is trendy and has a whole mix of colours. And for good measure there are also skateboards, art books and painting accessories. For if you're not in your 20?s any more: after going shopping in Norse, people will easily mistake you for younger!

STAY in Copenhagen

Stay in Copenhagen
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 Fox

Why don't we just admit it; Hotel Fox is the place to be as far as overnight stays are concerned! The 61 rooms in the hotel were designed by 21 different artists. And what's the result? A colourful and beautiful smorgasbord of accomadation. It means that guests are enchanted by cartoons, mosaics, manga and a South Sea look. As well as that, you get effortless service, and in addition you can hire I-Pods and Bicycles. Hint: book early so that you can pick out your favourite room. One night in a double room is available from Euro 100,-.

Bella Sky Comwell

Two leaning towers of 76 metres height, connected through a bridge, are standing in the evolving district Orestaden in Copenhagen between airport and city centre. It was designed by Danish architects 3xn and is part of the Bella Center, the biggest conference and convention centre in Scandinavia - furthermore, it's Denmark's largest design hotel.   The Bella Sky Comwell has 812 rooms on 23 floors - one of them for women only. By the way, the latter is pink-coloured. The interior is adorned by pieces by e15, Arne Jacobsen, Bang & Olufsen. The exterior is dominated by glass and steel. The highest floor is the Skyfloor and provides you with a view over Denmark's plains and welcomes you for a drink in the Sky Bar.   The inclination of the building (which is about 15 degrees) even tops the Leaning Tower of Pisa (which is around 4 degrees). But the guests won't really notice that - they profit from lots of space, a good location and the design factor.