Enjoy Copenhagen, for a weekend or a longer trip, and don’t miss Strøget, the longest car-free shopping street in Europe, and the Latin Quarter of the capital.
The main political and cultural institutions (Christiansborg Palace…) are located on Slotsholmen Island and within walking distance, close to the city centre, you can reach Nationalmuseet to discover exhibitions about Danish history, from Stone Age to the Renaissance and more.
If you want to go for a walk, you will be amazed by the colourful houses flanking the famous Nyhavn canal. Waiting near the harbour, the Little Mermaid will convince little ones and grown-ups alike that Copenhagen is definitely a magical city!
Taxis are at your disposal behind terminals 1 and 3.
Several bus lines run between the airport and the city centre, with the journey taking 55 minutes. For more information: www.cph.dk
From terminal 3, catch the M2 metro line which takes you to the Copenhagen city centre. For more information: www.cph.dk
From terminal 3, catch the train which takes you to the Copenhagen city centre. For more information: www.cph.dk
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