About Copenhagen

Through every era, the Capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, has had significant advances and therefore further reasons to find herself on the world map. Surrounded by water, Copenhagen’s crystal blue waters offer a wonderful environment for locals, tourists and visitors. If you love the Little Mermaid movie as a child, you’ll be excited to know that Copenhagen has her statue! Other attractions include the Black Diamond, Copenhagen’s Opera House, Frederiksberg Palace Nyhavn, the Seventeenth Century Waterfornt, and the Rosenborg Castle.

The World Happiness Report 2013 shows that, Copenhagen is the happiest city and the best place to live in the world. People are generally chill and friendly.

Copenhaggen is crazy about their rye-bread and they love to eat it with all sorts of things including Leverpostej, a liver paste prepared from pig's liver and lard. Rye bread is also used in making a dish calld øllebrød.

Copenhagen has committed itself to becoming the world’s first carbon-neutral capital by 2025.

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What does Copenhagen cost?


Restaurant Prices in Copenhagen are 46.26% higher than in Sydney


Groceries prices in Copenhagen are 7.83% higher than in Melbourne


Take a taxi from 3.10 AUD per kilometre
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One way ticket in local transport is 4.84 AUD

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