Airluggage offers cruise-guests to get their luggage transported from the Cruise ship to their chosen destination in Copenhagen. They can also transport the luggage from the airport to the Cruise ship - and from hotels and rented apartments in Copenhagen to the cruise ship. All luggage will be name tagged and tracked in a track N' trace system.
You cannot sell something without knowing it. Take our Online Travel Training (OTT) course for travel professionals and become a certified Copenhagen Specialist! Not only can you win great prizes in one of our competitions, you will also learn all there is to know about Copenhagen and Denmark.
The restaurant scene in Copenhagen is among the world's most distinct and innovative, and it caters to all budgets. When dining out, try the much appraised Nordic kitchen at least once. It is known for being of high quality and with a focus on using local and seasonal produce. Be inspired by our list of accessible restaurants.
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Getting a good night's sleep is an important part of your holiday. We have selected a wide range of different hotels across price levels and types that all have good accessibility.
From world-renowned art museums, historic museums, castles and palaces to parks, statues and adventures for kids. Copenhagen has attractions and sights to suit every taste and interest. Here is a list of our recommended attractions with good accessibility.
To offer your cruise clients a Copenhagen Cruise Card when they book a tour to Copenhagen is not only beneficial for them, but will also be profitable for you and add to your provided service and package deals.
As a Copenhagen Card sales agent, you will have a 10 % commission to all Copenhagen Card types.
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Copenhagen Cooking is an annual food festival for everyone who loves food, and during 10 days in late August there are plenty of mouthwatering events perfectly suited for international tourists looking for gastronomic experiences out of the ordinary.
Copenhagen offers exciting and thrilling activities in the city and its surroundings, so whether you are looking for an adrenaline kick, a fun and playful day or just an experience out of the ordinary, there is plenty of opportunities here. E.g. try tandem skydiving or kayaking through the clean canals. Inside or outside, in the water or in the sky - there are many action activities that will make your Copenhagen experience unforgettable.
Join the Copenhageners who after a long winter and spend the summer enjoying all the city's activities, events and festivals on the streets, squares, museums and parks all over the city.
”I love that Copenhagen is so rich on cultural offers,” says 27-year-old Michelle, who has lived in Copenhagen the majority of her life. For a number of years she lived outside the city, but the young student always finds her way back to Denmark’s charming capital. “I wouldn’t have it any other way”.
”You’re not supposed to live a long unhappy life”, states 56-year-old Malene. A year ago she underwent gender reassignment surgery in order to take the final step towards becoming a woman. “I needed a body to match my mind”.
"I like the fact that there is so much to do in Copenhagen, and there is a great diversity in the people here", says 22-year-old Christoffer, who was born and raised in the Frederiksberg area of the city. He has never doubted that Copenhagen is where he belongs. "I'm a city man! I would miss the cool cultural offers and the diversity if I lived anywhere else in Denmark".
In the summer of 2012, British Jonathan, now 34 years old, went to Charleston in the American state South Carolina for a family wedding. While waiting for a second cousin arriving on a bus, he had a drink outside a gay bar around the corner from the bus central. That is where he first lay eyes on Clay.
"I had no intention of going out or meeting anyone. I wasn't looking for a long distance relationship, but then I saw him," says Jonathan with a smile.
”We can’t imagine living anywhere else,” says Rosa, who was born and raised in the city area of Frederiksberg. Mette, who is originally from Vejle in Danish Jutland, adds that the diversity in Copenhagen as well as the city’s ability to embrace all sorts of people was one of the main reasons why she moved to the city in the first place. “I needed a place that was a little more openminded and free, and I found that in Copenhagen”.