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Copenhagen guide

Car rental Copenhagen

Rental cars Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital and largest city, is situated on the islands Øresund Zealand and Amager. The city has 540,000 inhabitants (2011), while the metropolitan area has a population of about 1.2 million. Copenhagen belongs Capital Region, and is the main cultural and economic center. In addition, the city is a major transportation hub.

The center core of Copenhagen called “the inner city”, and here lies the pedestrian street “Strøget” – which runs from City Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv. Strøget is known for its great shopping opportunities with shops, stores and arcades. Copenhagen is also famous for its vibrant and diverse nightlife and summer Nyhavn is a popular and colourful restaurant and café area.

Most people know enough to Copenhagen’s famous sculpture “The Little Mermaid” in 1913, which stands at the harbour district Østerbro – just north of downtown. Also the amusement park “Tivoli” is known to the general public.

Otherwise Copenhagen has countless tourist attractions and sights – including the nation’s leading museum institutions in cultural history, art and natural history.

Many tourists find their way to the Royal Palace in 1766 – which has been a royal residence since 1794.Parts of the castle are open to the public – including a museum that shows the King’s private room from the period 1863 to 1947. Also “The Danish king’s chronological collection” can be seen in the Amalienborg Museum.

Other attractions in Copenhagen include Rosenborg Castle from 1624 – where you can see the exhibition of the Danish crown jewels, the Copenhagen City Museum, Church of Our Lady in 1829, the Round Tower from 1642 and the National Museum – which was founded in 1807.

Copenhagen Airport – Kastrup is located 8 miles southeast of downtown, is the largest airport.