Are you looking to get out of the city, but do not have much time to spare? Then go to Dragør. On the island of Amager, south of Copenhagen Airport and only half an hour's bus ride from the centre of Copenhagen, you will find the old fishing village of Dragør.
Dragør has a very special atmosphere, narrow cobbled streets, small colourful houses, local museums where the past is relived during the summer months, nice restaurants, and of course an old harbour.
The Tourist Office at Jan Timmans Plads 1 in Dragør is open every day in 2011 from 14 May - 2 October. Opening hours: 11:00 - 17:00 pm.
Dragør is a quaint little village located in the Copenhagen area Amager.Take a leisurely stroll through the picturesque streets lined with beautiful, old, but well-preserved houses painted in yellow.
Two museums of local historical interest in and around Dragør. Many exciting activities for grown-ups and children alike.
Copenhagen Camping is located in the idyllic town of Dragør.
Dragør Museum tells the history of Dragør's development. It is about the herring markets of the middle age and the great period of the sailing ships.In the museum's posession is also the famous fishing vessel Elisabeth K571 that took an active part in saving the Danish Jews during World War II.
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