As of 23 February 2010:
SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) flies from directly to Copenhagen from:
- Seattle Washington
- Chicago O'Hare
- Washington Dulles
Delta Airlines flies directly to Copenhagen from:
- New York JFK (from May 28 2010)
- San Francisco
Continental flies directly to Copenhagen from:
While not in the USA:
Air Canada flies directly to Copenhagen from:
- Toronto (from June 25 2010)
Copenhagen is the capitol of Denmark in Europe.
Many.. start at "istedgade" next to the main station, and work your way through copenhagen.
16o KM - you can go either by train or car. If you do the latter you can enjoy the ride across the Great belt bridge (connecting the two islands Zealand and Funen) approx. 80 meter above the sea (The suspension bridge it self is 250 m tall and has the 3rd longst span in the world).
CLT is the Charlotte/Douglas International Airport.
No, you can't in most stores. Denmark and Sweden is a member of EU, but they both have their own currency. Norway is not a member of EU, and also have its own currency.
In Denmark, they use Danish kroner. In Sweden they use Swedish kronar. In Norway they use Norwegian kroner.
There are no non-stop flight between BOS and OSL, but the non-stop flights from New York to Oslo takes roughly 6,5 - 7 hours.
For flying to Oslo from Boston you need transfer in New York or some European cities such as Frankfurt, Germany or London, UK.
Copenhagen is known for the historical buildings and architecture. The oldest one is inside the city, the newest one is in Ørestad (take metro towards Vestamager). In Copenhagen are a lot of small cafees and bars. Copenhageners LOVE to go to these cafees to drink fancy coffee like cafe latte or espresso. The cafees always sells their food and coffee to over prize. A normal cafe latte can easily cost 10 $.
Besides the historical sites and castles (Rosenborg, Amalienborg, Christiansborg) and the churches, you can also spend your time at the beach, which is easy to reach on bicycle. You can also take a swim in the harbor (Islands Brygge Havnebad). If you like nature a trip om bike to Amager is a good choice.
If it is a rainy day, you can visit the shopping mall 'Fields' in Ørestad or 'Fisketorvet' next to Dybbelsbro station (take any red s-train towards Copenhagen South). If it is sunny, you can visit Strøget which is a long shopping path in the center of Copenhagen.
In Copenhagen you will also find Tivoli next to the city hall. It is an amusement park, but expensive. At Fridays during the summer, Tivoli offer concerts if you only pay the entrance, which is around 15$
At Østerbro you can visit the little mermaid and kastellet.
At Nørrebro you can visit the Arab shops and Asistens Kirkegård (Grave yard), where HC Andersen and S. Kierkegaard are buried.
At Vesterbro you have to visit 'bymuseet' at Vesterbro Torv (Take bus 6A towards Rødover). If you continue with bus 6A you will also reach
Frederiksberg where the ZOO is and Frederiksberg Garden.
Other sights, which you properly find online or in a guide book:
The National Museum
Statens Museum for Kunst
Vor Frue Kirke
more to come...
no, they don't - sadly
As it seldom gets really hot in Copenhagen, you can go any month outside the winter season.
Two of the popular attractions - the amusement park Tivoli and the so-called Freetown of Christiania - are seasonal: Tivoli is only open during summer (with two small exceptions around Halloween and X-mas), and Christiania has many time more inhabitants in the summer compared to winter.
The Hotel dâ€™Angleterre is thought to be the most luxurious hotel in Copenhagen. The Phoenix Hotel and the Radisson SAS are also of a similar standard.
The airlines offering cheap flights to Copenhagen will depend on the starting location. Some operators that fly out of Copenhagen include Thomas Cook Airline Scandinavia, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines.
Lars LÃ¸kke Rasmussen is the current Prime Minister of Denmark and the leader of the Venstre party, the biggest political party in Denmark. He is the 21st Prime Minister.
0hr 50min CPH to HAM by a nonstop flight operated by Cimber Air or SAS - Scandinavian Airlines System.
If you mean from an tourism point of view:
Historically: Home to writer H. C. Andersen (from age 14). Which is probably why the statue of the Little mermaid (a character from one of his fairytales) has become the symbol of Copenhagen.
Current time : Firstly 'Tivoli' amusement park which is special due to its historical feel to it and it's unique location in the very center of town (right next to the town hall). Secondly - and as long as it lasts: The so-called free town of 'Christiania', which are a former navy barracks that was taken over by hippie squatters in the 1971 and turned in to an alternative community with a.o. open sales and use of drugs.