You can find on this page the Copenhagen map to print and to download in PDF. The Copenhagen offline map presents the city center and the location in world map of Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark.
The Copenhagen map shows the detailed map and a large map of Copenhagen. This map of Copenhagen will allow you to orient yourself in Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark. The Copenhagen map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Copenhagen is located on the eastern shore of the island of Zealand, partly on the island of Amager and on a number of natural and artificial islets between the two as you can see in Copenhagen map. Copenhagen faces the Øresund to the east, the strait of water that separates Denmark from Sweden, and which connects the North Sea with the Baltic Sea. The Swedish towns of Malmö and Landskrona lie on the Swedish side of the sound directly across from Copenhagen. Copenhagen is part of the Øresund region, which consists of Zealand, Lolland-Falster and Bornholm in Denmark and Scania in Sweden.
As of 2010, 78.4% of Copenhagen population is Danish, 7.0% are immigrants from western countries and 14.47% of a non-Western background. Depending on the boundaries used, the population of Copenhagen differs as its mentioned in Copenhagen map. Statistics Denmark uses a measure of the contiguously built-up urban area of Copenhagen, this means the number of communities included in this statistical abstract has changed several times, in the abstracts latest edition with about 1.2 million (1,199,224 (2011)) inhabitants. This number is not a strict result of the commonly used measuring methods of 200 meters of continuously build-up area, as there are exceptions to the general rule: The suburbs of Birkerød and Hørsholm are excluded, while all of Brøndby and parts of Ishøj and Greve are included.
Copenhagen higher-education system relies on public universities. Most prominent among these is the University of Copenhagen as its shown in Copenhagen map. Founded in 1479, it is the oldest university in Denmark. It is a world-renowned research and teaching institution with campuses around the city and forms part of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU), which is a collaboration between international top universities including Oxford, Cambridge, Yale, Berkeley and The Australian National University. The University attracts app. 1500 international and exchange students every year. It is repeatedly ranked as one of the best universities in Europe. At the Times Higher Education-QS World University Rankings 2008 list, it was ranked as fourth best in continental Europe. The Academic Ranking of World Universities 2008 placed it as number 43 worldwide and 8th in Europe.
The map of downtown Copenhagen shows the historical center of Copenhagen. This downtown map of Copenhagen will allow you to easily plan your visit in the center of Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark. The Copenhagen downtown map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Inner city or downtown includes Copenhagen oldest neighborhood with small, narrow streets and crooked houses as its shown in Copenhagen downtown map. The main artery of the city centre is the pedestrian street Strøget, that runs from City Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv. The heart of Copenhagen that we define as city centre is the area within the Lakes (Sortedam Lake, Peblinge Lake and Skt Jørgens Lake) and includes both the medieval city and Christianshavn. It is also known as Copenhagen K.
The Inner City Centre or downtown is often referred to as the Copenhagen Culture District, and you will be stunned by the mix of old and brand new architecture. There are lots of possibilities for getting to know the history of Copenhagen and to visit the top attractions in the city center included in the Copenhagen City Pass. The city centre is a mecca for exploration – no matter what kind of experience you are looking for. Within a few minutes by foot, you find museums, architecture, shopping, cafés and restaurants as its mentioned in Copenhagen downtown map. No visitor should miss the most famous street Strøget, that begins at one of the main squares in Copenhagen, The City Hall square.
The boundaries of today Indre By district show what the city looked like 400 years ago, when Copenhagen was a fortified city with city gates, city walls and moats. The names of the four city gates (Vesterport, Østerport, Nørreport and Amagerport ) are encountered by tourists today in the city public transport system, among other things, as several railway stations and museums are located in the old town or downtown. Copenhagen city centre offers its visitors a large number of excellent museums in a very small area. The National Museum of Denmark as you can see in Copenhagen downtown map, the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, the Thorvaldsen Museum and the Guinness World Records Mueum.
Copenhagen on Hovedstaden - Denmark map shows the location of the city of Copenhagen on the Hovedstaden - Denmark map. This map of Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark will allow you to easily plan your travel in Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark. Copenhagen on map of Hovedstaden - Denmark is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Copenhagen Hovedstaden is the economic and financial centre of Denmark and also a strong business and economic centre in the Scandinavian-Baltic region. Around 3.5 million inhabitants live within a 50 km (31 mi) radius of Copenhagen Hovedstaden, making the city centre of the most dense and populated area in Northern Europe as its shown in Copenhagen Hovedstaden - Denmark map. The region generates approximately 25 per cent of both Sweden and Denmark GDP.
Apart from being the national capital, Copenhagen Hovedstaden also serves as the cultural hub of Denmark and wider Scandinavia as its mentioned in Copenhagen Hovedstaden - Denmark map. Since the late 1990s, Copenhagen has undergone a transformation from a small Scandinavian capital to a metropolitan city of international scope in the league of cities like Barcelona and Amsterdam. This is due to massive investments in infrastructure as well as culture and a wave of new successful Danish architects, designers and chefs. Copenhagen Hovedstaden has a wide array of museums of International standard. The National Museum, Nationalmuseet, is Denmark largest museum of Archaeology and cultural history, comprising the histories of Danish and foreign cultures alike.
The Frederiksberg Garden, a 32-hectare romantic landscape park. It houses a colony of tame grey herons and other waterfowl. The park offers views of the elephants and the elephant house designed by world-famous British architect Norman Foster of the adjacent Copenhagen Hovedstaden Zoo, the largest zoo in Denmark. The lesser known Vestre Kirkegaard is the largest (54 hectares) cemetery in Denmark and offers a maze of dense groves, open lawns, winding paths, hedges, overgrown tombs, monuments, tree-lined avenues, lakes and other garden features as you can see in Copenhagen Hovedstaden - Denmark map.
Copenhagen on world map shows the location of the city of Copenhagen in the world. Copenhagen on world map will allow you to easily know where is Copenhagen in the world. The Copenhagen in world map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
In the 2011 Mercer worldwide survey of 221 cities, Copenhagen was placed ninth for personal safety while it was ranked 11th for quality of living. It was ranked No.1 as Most Livable City in the World by international lifestyle magazine Monocle on their Top 25 Most Livable Cities 2008 list and World Best Design City 2008 also by Monocle. In 2010, Monocle ranked Copenhagen as the 2nd most liveable city, losing the top spot to Munich. In 2008, Copenhagen was ranked No.4 by Financial Times-owned FDi magazine on their list of Top50 European Cities of the Future after London, Paris and Berlin (see Copenhagen on world map). In 2006/07 FDi Magazine named Copenhagen Scandinavian City of the Future and in 2004/05 Copenhagen was named Northern European City of the Future ahead of other cities from Scandinavia, UK, Ireland and Benelux. It is the world No.7 most expensive city and No.3 most expensive in Europe on the Forbes List.
Copenhagen has the two oldest amusement parks in the World. The Tivoli Gardens is an amusement park and pleasure garden located in central Copenhagen between the City Hall Square and Copenhagen Central Station. Among its rides are the oldest still operating roller coaster and the oldest ferris wheel in the World as its mentioned in Copenhagen on world map. It also functions as an open-air concert venue. It opened on 15 August 1843 making it the second oldest amusement park in the world. Dyrehavsbakken (in English "the Deer Garden Hill") is located in Klampenborg a little north of Copenhagen in a forested area known as dyrehaven. Having been made into an amusement park complete with rides, games and restaurants by Christian IV, it is the oldest surviving amusement park in the World.
In 2009, Copenhagen was named an Innovation Nexus City and ranked 12th in Europe and 17th globally for innovation across 31 sectors, out of 256 cities in the Innovation Cities Index published by 2thinknow. In the 2008 Worldwide Centers of Commerce Index, published by MasterCard, Copenhagen was ranked 14th in the world and 1st in Scandinavia as its shown in Copenhagen on world map. In The 2008 Global Cities Index, Copenhagen was ranked 36th in the world, 15th in Europe, and 2nd in Scandinavia. Copenhagen ranks 3rd in Western Europe and 1st in the Nordic countries for attracting head offices. Copenhagen No.1 out of 254 locations in the Location Ranking Survey performed by ECA International that has asked European experts where they prefer to be stationed worldwide. It is ranked No.7 as Preferred City For Investment Projects. It ranked 3rd in Western Europe in terms of attracting regional headquarters and distribution centres, only surpassed by London and Paris.