Copenhagen City Guide


Now nearly one a thousand years old, Copenhagen continues to maintain its heritage as a fishing village and commercial harbour, a function after which it takes its name. In more recent times, "Merchant's Harbour" has become popular among  international travellers, namely for its first-class infrastructure for getting around on foot, by bike or by public transport. Cycle paths reach out for over 375 kilometres - a true mecca for cyclists of all type. Runners can enjoy its wide walkways and inner city parks, while determined swimmers can make the most of the city's seemingly endless harbour frontage, or . . .

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