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Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark is a cosmopolitan city with about a million inhabitants. Even though it doesn´t belong to the main travel destinations, it still has a lot of to offer. Thanks to its small area Copenhagen has an intimate atmosphere. It might sound this city is a bit boring but it´s absolutely not true – it is a metropolis with a lot of shopping and nightlife, too.

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Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark and is the home to over a million Danes. Whether it’s architecture, culture, the nightlife, or shopping, Copenhagen has it all. However, it is the Scandinavian cuisine that attracts numerous international travelers each and every year. If you visit the city during the summer months, you will quickly discover that the highlight of the day is brunch. This is literally a Copenhagen institution this time of the year. Most of the cafés in the city offer a brunch menu during the summer.

Copenhagen Denmark Sweets

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Denmark’s primary tourist destination is the city of Copenhagen, renowned for its diverse culture, nightlife, and excellent shopping opportunities. Naturally, you can’t overlook the cuisine which is the delight of international travelers everywhere. Sweden is only minutes away, but Copenhagen also serves as a geographic link between the European continent and Scandinavia. Old fairy tales blend in with the flashy newer architecture styles of the day and the world class designs of many structures.

Copenhagen Denmark

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Copenhagen Airport (CPH) is Denmark’s main international airport. Located in Kastrup, just 8 kilometres from Copenhagen, the airport has good public transport connections to Copenhagen and to other destinations in the region (including Malmö in Sweden over the Øresund bridge). Like in all Scandinavian countries, public transport in Denmark is efficient and modern, and it is easy to get to Copenhagen from the airport by train or by the underground.

train to copenhagen

A free shuttle bus operates between the domestic terminal (terminal 1) and the international terminals 2 and 3. The underground and train stations are both in terminal 3. read full article

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Vacationing in the city of Copenhagen provides the international traveler with numerous choices for entertainment and sightseeing. The art, culture, and history hold a lot of the international traveler’s interests as well as the cuisine. Many individuals who travel to Copenhagen go there because they love the decadent Scandinavian baked goods, desserts, and pastries.

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Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen, has repeatedly been recognised as one of the cities with the best quality of life. Bright, cosmopolitan and environmentally friendly (the water in the inner harbour is so clean it can be swum in) the city is a safe and popular destination for families. And with child-friendly museums, architecture that seems straight out of a fairy-tale and several amusement parks within easy reach, it’s not hard to see why.

family attractions in copenhagenPhoto: Corbis

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Christmas in Copenhagen is incomplete without a visit to the Christmas Markets. Ask any Dane and they will confirm it too. There are many markets that are open during Christmas.

Copenhagen Christmas Markets

Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Gardens is the venue for Copenhagen’s most well known Annual Christmas Market. This also happens to be one of the oldest amusement parks in Europe. It opens ever year in the middle of November up to the end of December. Tivoli is close to a good number of hotels and is easily accessible by public transport. read full article

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With its many districts that houses a wide array of excellent lodging facilities, lively night spots, elegant restaurants, and tons of sightseeing venues, the capital and largest city in Denmark draws millions of international travelers annually. Literally everything you could look for in a vacation can be found in Copenhagen whether it is art, culture, cuisine, entertainment, history, or nightlife.

Copenhagen Fun Facts

What a lot of travelers oftentimes overlook is the interesting trivia regarding the city. We’ve taken the time to list the 5 fun facts about Copenhagen that you should be aware of and have posted them as follows: read full article

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Copenhagen is a long-time favorite destination for shoppers from overseas – Swedes frequently make use of the bridge over to their neighboring country to sample the Copenhagener’s signature chic-but-trendy style of dress.
Girls Shopping
lthough Strøget (literally means ”the sweep”) is the famous shopping street cutting right through the centre of the capital, this is usually packed with tourists. For some serious, undisturbed read full article

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Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen, has repeatedly been recognised as one of the cities with the best quality of life. Bright, cosmopolitan and environmentally friendly (the water in the inner harbour is so clean it can be swum in) the city is a safe and popular destination for families.

Copenhagen Tivoli Gardens with Family

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One of the most common remarks tourists visiting Copenhagen make is how easily walkable the city is. Locals and visitors alike prefer to see the city by bicycle or on foot. There are numerous tours that you can take through the aging and crooked streets of the city which take you past oblique canals, shimmering castles, and towers that are very strange looking. To say the least there are dozens of tours that you can choose from, depending on what it is you are there to see.

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It has been estimated that there are over 2,000 cafés and restaurants in the city of Copenhagen, most of which are situated near the Central Railroad Station, in Nyhavn, the Town Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen as it is known to the locals) and in the Tivoli Gardens. The following is a list of our top 6 picks for the best restaurants in Copenhagen

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Copenhagen may lack the instantly recognisable iconic sights that define so many global cities, but this is not necessarily a bad thing.

Visitors to many countries nowadays spend their time traipsing from one photo opportunity to another and leave little time to get to know the feel of the city around them. This is not the case in Copenhagen. read full article

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Copenhagen has really come into its own in recent years as a destination for city breaks and as a base for further exploration of Denmark and Scandinavia.

Copenhagen nightlife, lights

However, one of the bad things about Copenhagen is the high prices and read full article

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Next Thursday, October 15th, is Blog Action Day and the Venere Travel Blog is happy to take part in the event.

Blog Action Day is a global initiative which aims at raising awareness and create discussion… read full article

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