Despite its relatively small size, Copenhagen, Denmark, offers picture-perfect cobbled streetscapes and gorgeous pastel shaded townhomes that create an exquisite urban experience that is unbearably cool and stylish. Most international flights to Copenhagen touch down at Kastrup Airport (CPH), from there you can start your exploration of Denmark's incredible capital city. After your long flight, you might want to grab a bite to eat at one of Copenhagen's 15 Michelin-starred restaurants to refuel. Once you have dined on a scrumptious meal, why not take a stroll in the Tivoli gardens that were planted in 1843 and continue to thrive? Before calling it a day, you'll want to see Copenhagen's famous Little Mermaid Statue at Langelinje Pier and grab a few pictures of the iconic statue.
Transportation from CPH
Finding hotels near Kastrup Airport are the obvious transportation solution, especially if you are leaving early in the morning or very late at night, and you'll find a variety in the area to suit all budgets. The hotels usually provide free airport transfers, but heading directly into town from the airport is easy. The train station at the airport is below Terminal 3, and has local services to the city center as well as regional lines. The train also goes as far afield as southern Sweden. You can take line M2 of the Copenhagen Metro as far as the city center, or use the E20 motorway. Alternatively, local and long-distance buses, including one to Jutland, also stop at the airport.
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