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Copenhagen, Denmark's capital and what a million Danes call home, sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. This small intimate town is big enough to be called a metropolis with shopping, culture and night life which is at a par with excellence. With history dating back to 1043, Copenhagen has much to offer in terms of historic landmarks, interesting sights, museums and significant buildings. The most famous attractions are within walking distance of each other. This modern, eco-friendly city attracts tourists' world over for its Nordic cuisines, castles and has sights and attractions that suit every interest and taste.
Copenhagen has a rich history dating all the way back to the 11th century. After having survived the plague, two major fires and World War II which destroyed its population and infrastructure, Denmark has rebuilt itself to centre of ecommerce, cultural and architectural haven. There are a number of things to see and do when in this capital city of Denmark.
Be it business or pleasure, trips to Copenhagen are incomplete without indulging in the following:
Copenhagen has airports at Kastrup and Roskilde and all commercial flights to Copenhagen land at the international airport at Kastrup. This airport manages flights from 180 destinations and is the hub for SAS airlines.
The international airport is located in the town of Kastrup which is a distance of approximately 10km from the city centre.
There are a variety of transportation options with the most economical being public transport, be it the bus or train. You can take the bus from any of the arrival terminals with a one-way trip taking about 30 minutes to reach the city centre. Trains and Metros are available from Terminal 3 and with travel times around 15 - 20 minutes. If you prefer a faster ride take a taxi or rent a car to see this historic city on your own.