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Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and its most populous city. It boasts stunning modern architecture, world-class restaurants, and cutting edge design. Throughout the area visitors will discover that canals, lakes, and the sea form the backdrop to a modern city. This is a reminder of the Copenhagen’s heritage as a major Baltic port. Despite being the largest city in Scandinavia, Copenhagen nevertheless retains a disarmingly provincial, small-town atmosphere. Walk the narrow streets and you will find gabled houses and delicate spires adding it its appeal.
The economic and financial center of Denmark, Copenhagen attracts a large number of businesses to the area and is home over 2100 foreign companies. Microsoft is among the many international companies with regional headquarters in Copenhagen. It may come as no surprise then that there are many buildings in Copenhagen that offer a great selection of executive suites. Besides foreign companies, world renowned Danish biotech companies like Novo Nordisk and Lundbeck, are also located in the greater Copenhagen area.
Shopping is a fabulous option for entertainment in Copenhagen. You might want to search for local specialties, such as Royal Copenhagen porcelain, Scandinavian crystal, and amber jewelry. Silver jewelry by designers such as Georg Jensen is also a great option.The main international chain stores and designer boutiques are located around Stroget, you can find unique second-hand and antique shops in the Sankt Hans Torv area, and if searching for modern furniture bargains, check out stores on Bredgade and around Ravnsborggade in the district of Norrebro. Dining choices in Copenhagen are many and varied. Try Cap Horn, this moderately priced restaurant is the perfect place to try a smorrebrod sandwich, a Danish favorite. You can sit by the canal and watch the world go buy. At night, Cap Horn offers a substantial Mediterranean menu that includes grilled fish and steak. They also have an excellent range of desserts.
Copenhagen Airport is the main international airport to serve the Oresund region, the entirety of Sealand, and a large part of southern Sweden. The airport is located on the island of Amager, 5 miles south of Copenhagen city center. Europe’s greenest city, much of Copenhagen’s city center is reserved for pedestrians and on the roads bikes often outnumber cars.