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What to do in Copenhagen
With more than 1,5 million inhabitants in the greater Copenhagen area and a history dating back to the year 1000, Copenhagen is today a charming blend of an old medieval centre and newer surroundings. Moreover, Sweden is not far away with the new bridge and tunnel connecting Copenhagen and Malmø. Located by the Øresund Strait and with delightful parks and lakes in the centre of the city. Copenhagen is a relaxed place to visit. It has interesting museums and fascinating shopping streets just as it offers pleasant sightseeing tours and various cultural events. The city has a well-developed transport infrastructure, pedestrian streets and numerous bicycle routes. In June, the climate is mild with daytime temperatures around 20C. From Copenhagen, you can easily visit a number of castles in North Zealand, e.g. Kronborg, the castle of Hamlet. Or you might prefer to visit Louisiana, the museum of modern art or the impressive cathedral in Roskilde. You can find more information on the links below:

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The official Tourism Site of Copenhagen
Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Nightlife, Accomodations, Arts and Entertainment
Tourist and City Guide
Copenhagen in Pictures
Top 30 sights in Copenhagen