Popular Train Routes to and from Copenhagen
Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark. It is located on the shore of the Oresund Strait, which separates Denmark and Sweden and connects the Baltic and North Seas. The city stands on the islands of Zealand, Slotsholmen and Amager, pierced by numerous channels. With a population of more than 2 million people (including suburbs) Copenhagen is the most populous city in Denmark and one of the largest in Scandinavia and Northern Europe. Copenhagen is a very compact and cozy city, there are almost no skyscrapers in it, but there are a lot of old houses, parks and embankments. One of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe, Stroget, is located in the city center. Copenhagen will be comfortable for both hikers and cyclists: half of the population moves on two wheels, the total length of bike paths exceeds 400 km. Spring and summer account for the majority of cultural events: the Night Cinema Festival, the Jazz Festival and the famous Copenhagen Carnival. One of the best ways to explore Copenhagen and other European destinations nearby is via the tour by Copenhagen's trains and admire the picturesque landscapes of Europe and sophisticated northern architecture while relaxing in the comfortable and well-equipped train!