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The Danish capital is the largest city of Scandinavia. It is placed in Selandia’s peninsula and is linked from the year 2000 across the bridge of Oresund with the Swedish city of Malmo.

Copenhagen is a boisterous city with a great commercial activity in its small historical center. The most habitual commercial establishments are shops where you can found typical products, leather, porcelain, design and silver objects.

In its pedestrian streets Stroget and Kobmagergade are located the big brand shops. If one calls at the Cruise Port of Copenhaguen can take advantage and ride the city with a bycicle. Bycicles are available for the tourists and the whole city is enabled with bike lanes.
Also is possible to discover the city and Amager island by tourist boat across its channels.

Some of the essencial visits are The Little Mermaid, which represents the charachter created by Hans Cristian Andersen; Crristianborg slot, a fortified enclosure where the Parliament and the Supreme Court are located; St. Frederics church or Marmorkiken; the new port or Nyhavn and Amalienborg square and its museum.

It is also interesting to visit the town hall square, the fairground – the Park Tivoli – and the Round Tower and its spectacular views of the city.

Don’t forget tasting the delicious gastronomy of Copenhagen in which herring and salmon are very common, as well as cold cuts and beers. In the confectioneries are usually sold wienerbrød, an exquisite sweet based on almond and cinnamon.