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Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. It is in the island of Zealand.



Copenhagen is one of Europe's most enjoyable cities. Situated on the Oresund strait, with Sweden just minutes away by train, it is a link between mainland Europe and Scandinavia, and has a wealth of cultural and entertaining things to see and do. The city has a reputation for tolerance, with a famous red light area and the fascinating 'free city' of Christiania, a community of drop-outs from society. There is more to here than Carlsberg and The Little Mermaid, and a trip to the wonderful Tivoli Gardens will leave the visitor in no doubt that this is a very special city.

Get in

By plane

Copenhagen Airport is the hub for the region and most likely your point of arrival. EasyJet serve Copenhagen from London Stansted, Newcastle, Bristol and Berlin Schoenefeld. Sterling, SAS Scandinavian and Maersk Air connect Copenhagen with many cities in Europe and beyond.

By train and bus

All buses and trains stop at Central Station, the main transport hub.

By boat

Ferries ply between Copenhagen Port and Oslo (16hr), Bornholm (7hr) and Malmo (45 min).

Get around

The S-Tog and local buses.










Stay safe

Get out

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