We will be in Copenhagen May 1-3 and would like to see the Frilandsmuseet (Open-Air Museum).
What is the best way to get there with public transportation (bus or train)?
We're staying at the Imperial hotel near the station.
Thanks for any help given.
Are there any Flea, Car Boot or Antique markets in Copenhagen, that you can recommend near the center or near by? Or are there secondhand and antique stores? Thanks in advance, all comments are greatly appreciated.
For adults & seniors is it interesting and is there bus or train service to travel from Copenhagen? Is it more than a Lego store? Thanks for your comments.
We arrive at the airport and considering going by taxi or Train to Hotel Hebron Helgolandsgade 4, near Central Station? In June we are arriving in terminal 3 supposedly at 10:25am and have to meet some friends arriving on Delta terminal 2 at 11:05 am then going to the hotel. As we are not at all familiar with the CPH airport, all comments are greatly appreciated. Should we meet at the train departure station or at the taxi rank and what terminal? I understand the taxis are expensive but, are considering the walk for 4 of us with some but, not too much luggage.
Hello, we would like to ask about good coffee shops and affordable restaurants and cafes to visit while we are in Copenhagen.. Also we would like to meet local people who would be interested in guiding us on what to see and do while we are there.. We do not have a big budget and I am told it will be expensive in Copenhagen so we are open to any insider information... with gratitude.
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