Copenhagen, Denmark
Modern Copenhagen is an attractive, well-kept city and the largest city in Scandinavia. It has a provincial, small-town atmosphere, gabled houses, narrow streets and a skyline that is dominated by delicate spires. Copenhagen is also the greenest capital in Europe with much of the city center reserved for pedestrians, strict anti-pollution laws, and bikes often outnumbering cars on the streets. There are many green spaces (including the world-famous Tivoli) and in the summer, cafés and restaurants occupy the pavements.

Copenhagen boasts theaters, museums and a lively, surprisingly cutting-edge nightlife scene. The best the country has to offer can be experienced in the capital city, where there are design studios, ultra-hip bars, and modern architecture amongst the 17th-century buildings. A road bridge to Sweden was completed in 2000, making Copenhagen a key focal point for Scandinavia, the Baltic and the rest of mainland Europe.

Things to see and do

* Rundetårn (The Round Tower)
* Tivoli amusement park
* Rosenburg Castle
* Amalienborg Slot (Amalienborg Palace)
* Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square)

Cruise Season – March - Oct
Currency – Danish Krone (Dkk)
Language – Danish
Land Area – 88 sq km’s
Population – 1,700,000
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time – GMT plus one hour
International Country Telephone Code – + 45

Port Location – The Københavns Havn (Port of Copenhagen) is a 10 to 15-minute walk from the center of Copenhagen, 4km (2.5 miles) from the Central Station and 15km (9 miles) from the airport.

Transport Links – The airport is located just 8km (5 miles) from the city center and offers international flights and a fast airport to city link of 13 minutes. All international trains arrive in and depart from Hovedbanegården central station and buses from the coach station outside the Sofitel Plaza Hotel.