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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

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
Retro Norrebro
Drinking coffee and doing good - it has a ring it. You can exactly do so at Café Retro Norrebro in Copenhagen. But let's start right from the beginning: in 2005 Café Retro has opened in the Danish capital with a nationally new idea. The staff at the non-profit café consisted mainly of volunteers and the entire revenues were donated directly to Third World countries and people in need. The success reflected the validity of the café and seats became increasingly rare. 2008 the concept underwent a revision and in 2010 - in addition to Café Retro - Retro Norrebro was opened. New feature of the revised concept: events that support creativity and the constant exchange between guests. Exhibitions, workshops, concerts and discussion panels take place while snacks and cake are being served. Some bring their own sushi into the café that is located on Jægersborggade street. But always with the ulterior motive of helping those in need.
The city canals
The Round Tower

Where to stay in Copenhagen

Where to stay in Copenhagen
Hotel du Nord
This classically styled and furnished hotel was only restored a short time ago. However, it still seems a little old-fashioned. But that certainly doesn't mean anything bad, perhaps it needs a little explaining. The hotel has been around since 1882. The 19th century flair hasn't quite disappeared  from within, so instead of design, here you get classic elegance. It's not for everybody, but despite that it's definitely a place where you can feel comfortable. One night in a double room is available from 141 euro.
Hotel Kopenhagen
The Square

Where to shop in Copenhagen

Where to shop in Copenhagen
Pede & Stoffer
At last, a shop where the creation of men's clothes is taken care of. A fine selection is available, from suits to streetwear. Even people who hate shopping will love exploring this shop. Amongst many other lovely things, there are clothes from Danish designers Birger Day & Mikkelsen, Jankovich and Tempo on the racks. All-in-all a nice atmosphere and affordable prices.
Viola Sky
Dyrberg/Kern

Where to eat in Copenhagen

Where to eat in Copenhagen
Delicatessen
At the weekend, once the kitchen is closed, DJ Pult hits the decks, so get on the on the dance floor and dance the night away. From this point onwards, it's less about fancy foods and more about  Øl, or beer. Up until then, in this lovely little cellar restaurant, you will be served fantastic food, the cuisine here is reputedly the best in the city. Brunch, lunch and dinner are all to be highly recommended. All three meals have something in common: they're all, without exception, homemade.
Klai's Dinner
Kokkeriet Restaur

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