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Nearest main train station : the main rail station of the city is Copenhagen Central Station. International connections include trains to Sweden and Germany.

The station is served by both IC InterCity and S trains.

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Nearest airport : the closest major airport is Kastrup Copenhagen Airport, 12 minutes away by train from the city center.

Main Bus Station : the most international coaches arrive at the bus station around the central railway station, usually next to DGI-byen.

Ferry Port : the new ferry terminal can be found near Nordhavn station. Special shuttle buses run between the terminal and the Kongens Nytorv square in the city centre.

Cruise Port : the cruise terminal of Copenhagen is situated north of the Little Mermaid statue, a forty minute walk from the centre (Tivoli Gardens).

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Copenhagen City Centre is the heart of Copenhagen Denmark and includes the oldest neighborhoods with narrow streets and crooked houses. You can find several great shopping streets, cozy cafes, restaurants, parks, canals and the Nyhavn waterfront.

The city center of Copenhagen boasts many excellent and great value hotels. The main shopping street, Strøget, Tivoli Gardens, restaurants and cafés are nearby. Some hotels offer views of Copenhagen’s vibrant city centre and free WiFi access.

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Inner City Centre - Main Squares

Copenhagen city centre can easily be visited on foot or by bicycle. Most sights lie within this one square-mile center.

Copenhagen, has the longest pedestrian mall on earth. The mall, Stroget, It is an amalgamation of five streets: Frederiksberggade, Nygade, Vimmelskaftet, Amagertorv and Ostergade. It runs through the center of the city between Radhuspladsen and Kongens Nytorv, the square at the head of the Nyhavn canal. The mall is filled with fascinating reminders of Denmark's past as well as department stores, shops, restaurants, theaters and museums.

For sightseeing beyond the city there is an excellent and efficient public transportation system. Trains and buses operate from 5 am to midnight. After that, night buses run every half hour from the main bus station at Radhus Pladsen to most areas of the city and surroundings.

Around the city center you can find many green spaces, large parks and gardens. You can cruise through the canals of Christianshavn and visit the Little Mermaid statue. Interesting architectural sights include the administrative palace of Christianborg Slot on the island of Slotsholmen and the fascinating steeple of the Gothic style Vor Frelsers Kirke.

Main squares located in Copenhagen City Centre

Amagertorv -- Amagertorv square is the most central one of Copenhagen city centre and is dominated by the Stork Fountain. It is part of the Stroget pedestrian zone.

Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads -- square in the central of Copenhagen in front of Thorvaldsens Museum on Slotsholmen. In the centre is a pool designed by Jørn Larsen.

Bispetorv -- smaller town centre plaza on the corner of Nørregade and Studiestræde. The main entrance of the Cathedral of Copenhagen is located on this square.

Vor Frue Plads -- on this square you will find the Vor Frue Kirke (Church of Our Lady), a neo-Classical cathedral built in 1829.

Christiansborg Slotsplads -- Christiansborg Palace Square is set on the island of Slotsholmen in the centre of Copenhagen Denmark, in front of Christiansborg Palace. This palace is the seat of Folketing or the Danish parliament, the Danish Prime Minister's Office and the Danish Supreme Court.

Rådhuspladsen or City Hall Square -- situated in front of the Copenhagen City Hall. Other buildings found here are the Scandic Palace Hotel, Politikens Hus, the headquarters of national daily newspaper Politiken, and Industriens Hus, the headquarters of the DI. Many events take place on this square.

Kongens Nytorv -- King's New Square is the largest of the city and located at the end of the Stroget pedestrian street. Important buildings found here include the Charlottenborg Palace, the Thott Palace and the Royal Danish Theater.

Gammel Strand or Old Beach -- central Copenhagen square and street bordering Slotsholmens Canal. The art gallery Kunstforeningen and the Ministry of Culture are facing the street.

Gammeltorv or Old Market -- is the oldest one of Copenhagen, dating back to the foundation of the city in the 12th century. Found here is the oldest fountain of Copenhagen, Caritas Well or Caritasbronden.

Gråbrødretorv -- centrally located just off Stroget shopping streets.

Højbro Plads -- located between the adjoining Amagertorv and Slotsholmen Canal. On the central of this city centre square stands the equestrian statue of Absalon.

Nytorv or New Square/New Market -- part of the Stroget pedestrian zone and dominated by the imposing Neoclassical façade of the Copenhagen Court House, which from 1815-1905 also served as the City Hall.

Cheaply hotels in Copenhagen City Centre

Ascot Hotel - ( Hotel located in Copenhagen City Centre in Denmark )

Originally erected at the beginning of the 19th century as Copenhagen's Bath House this centrally located charming hotel includes 120 lovely and spacious rooms, 15 suites and 30 apartments, all of...

Imperial Hotel - ( City Center of Copenhagen Hotel )

The Imperial Hotel is located right in the heart of Copenhagen. Built in the 50's and now renovated to a standard that remains faithful to Danish style and furniture design.

Norlandia Mercur Hotel - ( Hotel situated in Copenhagen City Centre )

This modern hotel is located in the heart of Copenhagen; just a few minutes walk from Tivoli Gardens, the Town Hall Square, the shopping street Strøget and Central Railway Station.