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Visit the fairylike Copenhagen
You can describe Copenhagen best as a fairytale city, which is worth visiting both in nice and in gray weather. Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world and a city trip to the Danish capital should certainly not be missing on your to-do list.
Københavns Lufthavne Kastrup is the international airport of Denmark near the capital Copenhagen. It is also the largest airport in the country and in all of Scandinavia.
Scandinavian Airlines is a part of the SAS Group, formerly known as the Scandinavian Airlines System. Scandinavian Airlines is the common airline for the Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway and Sweden. It connects Scandinavian countries with different regions in the world including the US.
Norwegian Air is a Norwegian low-budget airline company serving flights to Scandinavia. It is also the largest airline company in Norway.
From New York, Copenhagen can be reached in 7 hours and 45 minutes. London has a flight time of 1 hour and 45 minutes. There are several airlines offering direct flights to these destinations.
The cozy harbor of Copenhagen is characterized by many beautifully colored facades of old buildings on the quay. On hot days, the many terraces on this stretch of water are completely filled with people enjoying a snack and a drink. There are houses that are at least 300 years old. The famous writer Hans Christian Andersen is inextricably linked to Copenhagen. He has lived in different houses on this Nyhavn, where he has written the story of the little mermaid, among other things.
The statue of the "Little Mermaid" is not very large, but it is the biggest attraction in Copenhagen. The world famous fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen is responsible for this. The statue was made by Edward Eriksen and has been in Copenhagen harbor since 1913.
The beautifully landscaped amusement park Tivoli is located right in the center of Copenhagen. The park has been open since 1843 when it was founded by Georg Carstensen. The park has around 25 attractions, 5 of which are roller coasters. In the evening, the park is beautifully lit with around 115,000 lamps.
Copenhagen is the cycling capital in the world. This city is built for cyclists and you will therefore encounter more cyclists than cars in the center of the city. Copenhagen has 350 km of cycle paths. The cycle paths are slightly higher than the normal road and are very safe. In addition to being able to explore the city perfectly, you can also easily reach the areas north or south of the city, where beautiful beaches, forests, parks and other attractions await you.