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Copenhagen

Copenhagen
To visit a modern city with a history dating back to the Vikings, fly with Austrian Airlines to Copenhagen, Denmark's capital city. Copenhagen began as a harbor town and has continued to be a center of commerce. It has kept its eye towards the future by being environmentally focused. The harbor water remains clean. Over a third of the population cycles to work each day on the city's bicycle paths. Copenhagen has many parks spread out throughout the city, most notably King's Garden Park. Even the cemeteries are used as passive parks. Copenhagen is a leader in jazz music. It is also home to the famous Royal Danish Ballet. Copenhagen is gaining a glowing reputation throughout Europe for its many fine restaurants and gourmet cuisine. The city awaits you!

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Worth knowing

Worth knowing

Denmark
  • Currency: Danish krone(DKK)
  • Language: Dnish
  • Capital: Copenhagen
  • Austrian flight destination: Copenhagen
Airport
  • 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.


What to see in Copenhagen

What to see in Copenhagen
Tivoli
If you're in Copenhagen, you must go to Tivoli. It might sound brutal, but it's the truth. In actual fact, it's not only tourists that stroll around here in the colourful heart of Copenhagen, the locals also love it here. It's a pre-requisite though that you like like amusement parks, snack bars and hi-tech tests of courage before you come here! Other than that, Tivoli has plenty of great restaurants and cultural events. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, firework displays mix with the countless lightbulbs on the grounds for a spectacular sight.
Christiania
DanskDesignCenter

Where to stay in Copenhagen

Where to stay in Copenhagen
Nimb Hotel
Those who don`t know what luxury is should take a quick look at the Nimb Hotel. With only 13 lavish rooms, antiques and a fantastic ambience, this hotel is one of the best in the whole of Europe. The building looks like the Taj Mahal`s little sister, but it`s both chic and more comfortable than any palace. Inside the building, you`ll find a market, a wine store, a chocolatier and a dairy.
Bella Sky Comwell
Hotel Kopenhagen

Where to eat in Copenhagen

Where to eat in Copenhagen
Formel B
Rune Jochumsen and Kristian Moeller are in the same league as Tim  Mälzer and Jamie Oliver. It's just that they're not quite as famous...at least outside of Denmark. The people of Copenhagen, at least, have known about their talents for ages, and they are also aware that it's just a matter of time before a visit to Formel B is called for. Take the chance and enjoy the quiet before the storm. This place offers a fabulous mix: French cuisine made from Danish ingredients. If you like the taste, which you undoubtedly will, then you can visit again and again and again. The set menu is changed every two weeks.
Cafe Glyptoteket
Laundromat Café

Where to shop in Copenhagen

Where to shop in Copenhagen
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!
W.Ø. Larsen
Henrik Vibskov

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