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Copenhagen is the capital and most populous city of Denmark. The city extends over parts of the island of Amager and also contains the enclave of the municipality of Frederiksberg.
Copenhagen has many attractions and places of interest to visit. One of the city's main attractions and a symbol of the city is the Little Mermaid, who gazes at the sea with a nostalgic air, as if to say she misses her home. It was built by the sculptor Erinksen, after a patron was greatly impressed by the love story told by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen in the fairy tale The Little Mermaid in 1837, to embellish the city's harbour. Another place that draws attention is the Royal Palace of Amalienborg, a famous spot from where the royal family greets people in the street. Although frequented by the royal couple, the palace can be visited. In fact, you can visit some of the sumptuous rooms that are not usually used by the royal tenants. The place is easily accessible by car, in fact with the Parkimeter app you can conveniently park at Q-Park Adelgade (https://parkimeter.com/it/parcheggi-a-copenhagen/parcheggio-adelgade-park), which is just a 5-minute walk from the residence. Copenhagen is also about parks, the oldest and most worth visiting being the Tivoli Park where the city's history is intertwined with tradition. It is a famous city meeting point. Here you can smell the scent of flowers, hear the music of street performers, ride the Deamon roller coaster or take a relaxing ride in the small boats. If you want to delve into the history of the Danish kingdom, visit the National Museum in Copenhagen to quench your thirst for curiosity. Through vivid representations of historical events throughout the country's history, you can learn more about the roots of this place. But that's not all, because here you can also find temporary exhibitions on the history of exotic places like Greenland and Latin America.
Parking near Copenhagen Central Station may seem like an impossible task, but thanks to Parkimeter you can search, compare and choose the most convenient parking for your needs, such as Q-Park Vesterport (https://parkimeter.com/it/parcheggi-a-copenhagen/parcheggio-garage-q-park-vesterport) located next to the station entrance.
The centre of Copenhagen is divided into four pricing zones: the red zone, the green zone, the blue zone and the yellow zone. The red zone is the most central and expensive, followed by the green, blue and yellow zones, respectively. The further away from the city centre you go, the cheaper it is to park. The price varies between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. (the most expensive time), from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. and finally from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. and on Saturdays from 0 a.m. to 8 a.m. (the cheapest).
Parking is free at weekends from Saturday at 5 p.m. until Monday at 8 a.m. and on public holidays. Outside these zones, parking is free but there is a time restriction. There are two time restriction zones, one with a maximum of one hour and the other a maximum of three hours. If you have a valid disabled badge clearly displayed on your car, you will not have to pay to park in Copenhagen. You can find out about restrictions and times in your zone by consulting the online zone map.
To get around Copenhagen you have several public transport options. - Bus: The bus line is quite extensive and includes water buses to travel on the city's canals. This option is excellent if you need to visit places far from the centre and don't want to drive. The Copenhagen network covers four areas. The buses are yellow and offer regular, evening and long routes. The price is high given the good quality of the service, a single ticket costs €3.20 and covers the first two zones, which is enough to get around the centre of Copenhagen. As the bus moves away from the centre, the price increases. The airport is in zone 4, so the ticket is more expensive. Check online for bus stops and different bus tickets. The Vaporetto (water bus) is great for those who want to visit the most touristy parts of the city, as a ride on the canals will take you to the most important monuments of the city. The bus schedule is from 6am to 11pm, from midnight the night service starts. You don't have to worry about the frequency because buses run every 5-10 minutes. - The metro Copenhagen's metro is one of the most modern in Europe and connects the city centre with Krastup Airport in just 15 minutes.
The metro has four lines:
1. Green line (M1): runs through the centre of Copenhagen to Christiania.
2. Yellow line (M2): runs through the city centre to the airport.
3. Red line (M3): Circular line through the centre and the suburbs outside the centre. 4. Blue Line (M4): starts at Copenhagen Station and runs to Nordhavn. It is still being expanded. A single two-zone ticket costs €3.20 and is valid for 1 hour, a three-zone ticket costs €4.80 and is valid for 1.5 hours. - Trains: Copenhagen's rail network has 7 lines, 85 stations and a very large area. Train tickets are also valid for buses and the metro, so fares are the same. The train connects the cities near the capital and the airport. The main stations in the centre are Nørreport and Copenhagen Central Station. Trains run Monday to Friday from 5 a.m. to midnight and from 6 a.m. to midnight on Sundays. In addition, there are some lines that offer night service on Fridays and Saturdays and the trains are always running.
Copenhagen is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing holiday and have a unique experience to remember. What are you waiting for to get there!
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