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Fairytale capital of the North

Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the largest city in Scandinavia but at the same time has a small town atmosphere. The city’s skyline is dominated by delicate church spires rather than ugly skyscrapers, and Copenhagen also follows strict anti-pollution laws to make it one of the most environmentally friendly cities in Europe.

Instantly appealing

Copenhagen is full of open green spaces, perfect for lazing around in, and the streets are full of cafes and restaurants serving a range of great food.

Life in Copenhagen is varied and interesting, the city has theatres and museums and a lively nightlife. The population of Copenhagen are tolerant and fun-loving, and are very welcoming. Copenhagen is a city with a bit of everything, set in beautiful surroundings, and is a great destination for any traveller.

The JAG Travel Copenhagen Survival Guide provides all the essential information you need. Remember to check it out before any trip.


Must See

  • The Round Tower

    The oldest observatory in Europe, well worth seeing.

    Købmagergade 52A Tel: 33 730 373.

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  • Tivoli

    One of Europe’s most famous amusement parks. Set in beautiful gardens where 115,000 lamps are lit at dusk. The park is open from 11h00 to 23h00/01h00. There are over 40 places to eat and drink there.

    Vesterbrogade 3 Tel: (33) 151 001.

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  • Den Lille Havfrue

    The Little Mermaid, this statue has become the most famous site in Copenhagen.

    Harbour

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  • Rosenborg Slot

    Built between 1606 and 1634, this castle was the main royal palace until the end of the last century.

    Øster Voldgade 4A. Tel: (33) 153 286.

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