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Copenhagen is Scandinavia's most vibrant capital. It offers a wide range of entertainment, with plenty of cosy bars and an intimate club and live-music network. There are many cultural attractions, including museums, art galleries, performing arts events and one of Europe's most interesting film scenes. Much of Copenhagen dates from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, renaissance palaces, parks and merchant houses laid out around the waterways and canals.

Successive Danish monarchs left their mark, creating of many of the city's most striking landmarks - including Rosenborg Slot and the districts of Nyboder and Christianshavn, the palaces of Amalienborg and the grandiose Marmorkirke church. You can enjoy all the pleasures of rural Zealand without ever being much more than an hour away from the bright lights of the capital.

Copenhangen Airport Guide

Parking is free in all car parks for up to 15 minutes. The airport Information and help desks: Information desks (tel: (0)3231 2448) are located in the Arrivals and transit halls in Terminals 2 and 3, and there is a visitor centre in Terminal 3. Money and communications: Banks are located in Terminal 2. There are bureaux de change in Terminals 2 and 3, and ATMs in all terminals.

A post office is situated between Terminals 2 and 3. Internet services are available at many points in the terminals. Eating and drinking: There are plenty of restaurants, bars and cafés at the airport. Shopping: Shopping is plentiful, with many duty-free shops. Luggage: A left-luggage facility is available between Terminals 2 and 3, and there are also self-service lockers. Other facilities: There are shower and sauna facilities at the Transfer Hotel. Play areas for children are situated in Terminals 2 and 3; most toilets are equipped with baby change facilities. A 24-hour prayer room and a free rest area are located in Terminal 2.

Dates for Your Diary

Copenhagen Autumn Jazz:

Performances take place at various locations. Golden Days in Copenhagen: Various venues throughout the city.

Copenhagen Irish Festival - November

Must See in Copenhagen

Amongst the many attractions which ring the city are the great castles of Kronborg and Frederiksborg, while the ancient Danish capital of Roskilde, with its magnificent cathedral and museum of Viking ships, offers another enticing day-trip.

Tivoli Park: A must for all visitors to Copenhagen. Rundetårn (Round Tower): Halfway up the pedestrianized Kbmagergade, rising forty two metres above Indre Bys medieval streets.

Glyptoteket: Great variety of exhibits - and a fabulous building. There is definitely something for everyone, all ages, to be found here. Den Lille Havfrue (The Little Mermaid): On the Langelinie promenade, this statue commemorates Hans Christian Andersen's lovelorn creation.