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Travel Facts About Copenhagen

Currency: Kroner (approx. $1AUD to 4.8DKK / 1DKK to $0.21AUD)
Approximate Distance from Airport to city centre: 10 kilometers
Local cuisine: Danish cuisine is built from deep-rooted traditional recipes prepared over generations and centuries. It consists of well-known staples such as dense wholegrain rye bread, deliciously buttery pastries, potatoes and heavy gravy to accompany fish and meat dishes. Open sandwiches known as smorrebrod are considered a lunch specialty when prepared and decorated with a variety of fresh ingredients. Hot meals are traditionally prepared with meat or fish, such as frikadeller (meat balls), flaeskesteg (roast pork with crackling) or kogt torsk (poached cod).
Known for: Stunning Danish architecture, good beer, boat lined canals, palaces and
castles. Copenhagen began as a small Viking fishing village, and is now the capital of the happiest country on earth (officially). It is considered to be a green city, where there are electric buses, clean harbours and passionately recycling citizens. 64% of the city’s hotel rooms are certified as eco-friendly. The small city boasts 15 Michelin stars and is home to the world’s best restaurant, Noma.

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