Copenhagen travel guide

Copenhagen is Northern Europe’s premier capital. It is the most fantastic city in Scandinavia and the center of Europe’s most dynamic region, Øresund. Its monarchy is the oldest in the world; which adds a royal touch to its magnificence and beauty.

In brief…

The city has a long history that was well-integrated to today’s modern life. The immigration in the past and the present has made the city a melting pot of culture – someting that gives the city an international atmosphere. And because theRoyal Family resides at the Amalienborg Royal Palace, which is at the heart of Copenhagen, do not be surprised if you happen to run into any of the royalties.

The Øresund Bridge

After opening for public in July 2000, Øresund Bridge has since then become an important part of the country – as it links Denmark and Sweden. For more than a century, these countries have long planned create a bridge that will link Malmø and Copenhagen, however, several obstacles hindered the fulfillment of the plan, until now.

Øresund Bridge is a combination of a bridge and a tunnel. It is one of Europe’s largest constructions as it stretches 8 kilometers of bridge, 4 kilometers of man-made island (Pepparholmen), and 4 kilometers of a long tunnel.

This bridge has also become a symbol for Copenhagen.

Busy Hub

As one of Northern Europe’s largest cities, Copenhagen has a location that makes it easily accessible whether by land, by sea, or by air. Its airport, Katrup, is also considered the air hub of Northern Europe with its direct flights to plenty of European cities and other destinations.

Population

The greater Copenhagen area has more than 1.1 million people that is already representing one-third of the entire population of Denmark. This area too has a mix of industries for its labour force, however, more than half of this population is from the service sector; the rest are in manufacturing, fisheries, and agriculture. There are also quite a number of the city’s population who are in the academe and research, proving of the city’s well-educated people.

 There is more that you are about to learn and discover in Copenhagen as you browse over out pages.

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