The lively port city with around 615,000 inhabitants is Denmark's capital and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. In addition to the famous sculpture of the Little Mermaid, which has been the city's landmark since 1913, visitors are attracted by the Tivoli amusement park, the lively harbor district of Nyhavn with its many restaurants and stores, Amalienburg Castle and the hippie village of Christiana.

Denmark's vibrant capital

Copenhagen is a diverse city and each neighborhood has its own special characteristics. You'll find cobblestone alleys, colorful cottages and unique castles - but also modern architecture, impressive harbors and hip shopping streets.

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Some "Must-Dos"

Situated directly on the waterfront is the city's indescribable postcard motif - one of Copenhagen's top sights, the former trading port of Nyhavn.

In the center of the city is one of the longest pedestrian areas in Europe. On a length of almost one kilometer, you will find everything your heart desires on the pedestrian zone Strøget, from luxury boutiques, world-renowned fashion chains to small stores.

The famous Rådhuspladsen is one of the top Copenhagen sights and is located in the district Indre By. After a walk in the pedestrian zone, you can stop here.


You can reach Copenhagen quite relaxed from our stop in Hamburg Hbf.

Our night express arrives at Hamburg Hbf around 8:00 in the morning. Afterwards you have the possibility of a direct onward journey to Copenhagen. E.g. an IC leaves at 8.55 a.m. in less than 5 hours without changing trains to Copenhagen.

Tickets for your onward journey from Hamburg Hbf can be purchased here.

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