This is Copenhagen


Meet Copenhagen, the cultural capital of the North. With an abundance of world-renowned museums, music venues, festivals and historical sites, Copenhagen is full of character. And among the picturesque cobbled squares, canals and copper spires, the city boasts the best shopping, restaurants and nightlife in Northern Europe. With a metropolitan population of nearly 1.3 million, Copenhagen is the most populous city in Scandinavia. Though smaller than many other Northern European cities, the Danish capital is known for organising successful, large-scale events in innovative, appealing settings. Copenhagen's conventions industry has a well-earned reputation for professionalism along with extensive experience in hosting international congresses and events.


A wealth of expertise, the 42,000 researchers; 190,000 students; 19 science parks and innovation incubators; and 17 universities and colleges of higher education in Greater Copenhagen create Scandinavia’s most knowledge-intensive research and business environment.


Copenhagen was ranked ninth in the 2017 Mercer Quality of Living Index for the World’s most liveable cities – and has been ranked number one several times in the past. When British lifestyle magazine Monocle labelled Copenhagen the ‘world’s most liveable city’, it supported the title with many key reasons. Among them were safety, tolerance, green initiatives, international connectivity, creative environments, relaxed lifestyle, democratic design and the active use of city spaces to name just a few. 

About Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark, with an urban population of 1.2 million. Copenhagen is situated on the islands of Zealand and Amager.

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    2800 Kgs. Lyngby Copenhagen