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Airlines flying from Moscow to Copenhagen: Air Baltic, Lufthansa, Czech Airlines, Swiss, Scandinavian Airlines, Aerosvit Airlines, Austrian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines.

Airports connections: Riga, Frankfurt International, Ruzyne, Zurich, Boryspil, Vienna, F. Chopin (okecie), Oslo.
Departure is made from Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo airports. Average flight time 10 h. 40 minutes. Arrival carried out in airports: Copenhagen.


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Airline tickets to Copenhagen

This beautiful city has been the capital of the Kingdom of Denmark since 1443.

Denmark is not a very big country, the population of Copenhagen, by the standards of Europe, is also small — 1.29 million people.

The city is located on two islands: Amager and Zeeland. Due to the softening effect of the Baltic, the climate here is temperate maritime, so in January the temperature does not fall below + 1 ° C, and in summer it stays at + 16.7 ° C.

In the capital of Denmark there is a large variety of architectural monuments of all times: the Christiansborg Palace-Parliament, the stock exchange built in the style of the Danish Renaissance, the Rosenborg Palace, the Royal Theater, the Amalienborg Palace Complex, Charlottenborg Palace, the Town Hall decorated in the style of the Danish national romance, and perhaps the citadel of the XVII century. Basically, these buildings are located in the old part of Copenhagen — on the islands of Slotsholmen and Zeeland. This part of the city has a radial-ring layout, and all its streets are narrow and curved.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Copenhagen grows mainly to the north-west and south. At that time, the Grundtvig Church, the SAS Airlines building (seemingly unromantic, in its essence, the building has a stunning view on the general panorama of the city) and the radio center complex were built. Thanks to the implementation of the plan for the general development of the capital of 1948, Copenhagen now looks from above like a hand with outstretched fingers.

The city has many museums: art — State and National, New Glyptotek of Karlsberg (an amazing museum, a real cultural heritage, which contains the masterpieces of Ancient Egypt, the States of the Middle East and Ancient Greece), the classic museum of the sculptor Thorvaldsen, the Danish Royal Museum of Military Science, the Museum the history of the theater, the City Museum, and dozens of museums and exhibitions, which are simply impossible to describe.

The legendary Tivoli Garden is located in the capital, striking with its unsurpassed design solutions.
They support the glory of Copenhagen as the cultural capital and numerous theaters: the People’s Drama Theater (often simply called “New”), the Royal Opera House, the New Scala, and the Gladans Theater.

Of course, no traveler will not pass by the main symbol of Copenhagen — the sculptural image of the Little Mermaid — the heroine of the work of the great storyteller of Denmark, G.Kh. Andersen.

An amateur of typical European landscapes, ancient castles and churches, respectable restaurants and luxury hotels will definitely visit this city and will not be disappointed in it.