Why Copenhagen? Copenhagen is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Denmark. Pretty, compact and welcoming city, especially for pedestrians and bikers and because of the beach areas in and around the city. Beaches here are classified as some of the finest and cleanest in Europe. Many of the beaches in the city have been awarded the Blue Flag which guarantees clean water of high quality. Most beaches in Copenhagen have fine sand and shallow water.
There are a number of beaches you can choose from, including:
Hellerup beach is some 100 meters long with clear blue water and pure white sand.
Bellevue beach is usually very crowded. But you’ll love the white sand and the clear blue water.
Amager Beach Park, is the beach closest to Copenhagen.
Helgoland Baths, that was founded in 1913 is an all together different experience. Ladies entrance on one side of the charming baths and gentlemen on the other and no swimsuits. Entrance fee.
Copenhagen is located on the eastern shore of the island of Zealand and partly on the island of Amager. Copenhagen faces the resund to the east, the strait of water that separates Denmark from Sweden, and that connects the North Sea with the Baltic Sea. On the Swedish side of the sound directly across from Copenhagen, lie the towns of Malmö and Landskrona.
and also Copenhagen ia a part of the resund region, which consists of the eastern part of Zealand in Denmark and the western part of Scania in Sweden with a large network of toll-free highways and public roads connecting different municipalities of the city together and to Northern Europe. As in many other cities in Europe traffic is increasing in Copenhagen. The radial arterial roads and highways leading to the Copenhagen city center are critical congested during peak hours.
Source by Jizmack Baraceros