Flights to Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the largest city in Denmark and probably the most cosmopolitan of the Scandinavian countries. It is a metropolis of shopping, nightlife and culture, yet due to its intimate size it is easy to move around in. When you first arrive in Copenhagen, you can take the quick rail link from the airport to the city for a fair price. The bus is marginally cheaper, with discounts being offered Monday to Friday. Other means of getting around are to hire a city bike, or walking. If you want to explore Copenhagen by bike it is possible to do so for free, on a tour. Every day from the Town Hall there is a 3 hour walking tour at 11am and 1pm. This helps you to take in its 6000 years of history and explains why the Danes are among the happiest people in the world. You can purchase a Copenhagen Card for 24 or 72 hours, which gives you free bus, metro and train transport, as well as free entry to over 60 attractions and museums. This can be obtained from hotels, train stations or travel agents. During the summer there are a number of open-air Jazz concerts, free with the Copenhagen Card. You can also go for a swim in the harbour from early June til late August. If you wish to explore further afield, Sweden is only minutes away via a bridge and an undersea tunnel. Book flights to Copenhagen, CPH for a simply unforgettable experience in one of Europe's vibrant capitals.
Worth knowing

Worth knowing

  • Currency: Danish krone(DKK)
  • Language: Dnish
  • Capital: Copenhagen
  • Austrian flight destination: Copenhagen
  • Copenhagen-Kastrup (CPH): The airport is located 8 km (5 miles) southeast of Copenhagen.
  • Address: Lufthavnsboulevarden 6, 2770 Kastrup, Denmark
  • Telephone: +45 32 31 32 31
  • Airport Copenhagen You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.

Where to eat in Copenhagen

Where to eat in Copenhagen
Laundromat Café
Have you planned on visiting Copenhagen in the near future? Better bring some extra baggage! Of course Copenhagen doesn't lack fashion stores and designer shops, however we prefer doing our laundry. But not just at some random place but at a coffee house. Four men from Iceland, including the current owner Fridrik Weisshappel had the idea to open a launderette that is café and library at the same time. You find pasta, burger or chicken sticks with mashed potatoes on the menu. Besides, the team serves tea, coffee and books. In The Laundromat Café, 4000 books are waiting in the wooden bar to be read. While having a feast of culinary pleasures, your laundry is taken care of in the red laundry drums. The best: for Danish standards you can eat here at little cost. The most expensive dish at the moment is a 250 gram entrecôte with fries for 19 Euro.
Cafe Glyptoteket
Kokkeriet Restaur

What to see in Copenhagen

What to see in Copenhagen
The city canals
Two highlights rolled into one, a great look at the city and loads of fun! It doesn't matter if you're an adult or child. So what do you have to do? Get into the kayak and away you go! Canoe through the city canals, out into the open sea or through the enthralling harbour area. Of course, you'll be led by a guide, who will look after you and fill you in with plenty of information.
Cooking weeks

Where to shop in Copenhagen

Where to shop in Copenhagen
Pure Shop
No artificial ingredients-no colourings, fragrances or preservatives. However, in Pure Shop there are still fragrances from every corner and shelf, because you find yourself in the biggest organic perfumery in the city. Here, beauty comes at no price to either the environment or animals. Of particular interest is upstairs-there you will find a huge selection of organic make-up products. Amongst others on the shelves, there are beauty products from The Organic Pharmacy, Suki Skincare, Logona, Dr. Hauschka, Weleda, Jane Iredale and Organic Glam.
Illums Bolighus

Where to stay in Copenhagen

Where to stay in Copenhagen
There`s no better place to situate the Hotel D`Angleterre than in Kongens Nytorv, the royal square. Perhaps it`s because of the historical location that not only Kings, but also many Presidents and stars have secured one of the noble suites here in the past. Of course, luxury is the pulse of this hotel, with its Turkish baths, hydraulic fitness centre, noble restaurant with magnificent banquet halls and the exclusive Royal Suite.
Nimb Hotel
Hotel du Nord

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