You can find on this page the Copenhagen streets map to print and to download in PDF. The Copenhagen roads map presents the road network, main roads, routes and motorways of Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark.
The Copenhagen streets map shows all street network and main roads of Copenhagen. This streets map of Copenhagen will allow you to find your routes through the streets of Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark. The Copenhagen streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Every year in early July Copenhagen streets, squares and parks fill up with big and small jazz concerts during the Copenhagen Jazz Festival (see yearly events) as its shown in Copenhagen streets map. The most important venue for rhythmical music in Copenhagen is Vega in Vesterbro district which has been chosen as "best concert venue in Europe" by international music magazine Live. For free entertainment one can stroll along Strøget, especially between Nytorv and Højbro Plads, which in the late afternoon and evening is a bit like an impromptu three-ring circus with musicians, magicians, jugglers and other street performers. Copenhagen Distortion is a youth culture festival capturing the zeitgeist of the city, gathering every year (5 days up to the first weekend of June) up to 100.000 people in the streets, in shops, galleries, clubs, bars, in boats and buses, with a cultural focus on street culture, art and upfront dance music.
Strøget is Copenhagen main shopping street and one of Europe longest pedestrian streets with a wealth of shops, from budget-friendly chains to some of the world most expensive brands. Big international brands like Hermes, Prada, Max Mara, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Mulberry are represented at the end of the street facing up to Kongens Nytorv as its mentioned in Copenhagen streets map. Look up and down the side streets during your shopping spree, and you will see several of Copenhagen beautiful sights and attractions as well as street entertainers.
The street Jægersborggade in the Nørrebro neighbourhood has turned from dodgy to hip and is one of the hippest and most buzzing streets in Copenhagen at the moment. The Vesterbro area main street Istedgade exudes diversity. Between porn shops and strip bars are some of the city best boutiques, restaurants and bars. Stretching from Sankt Hans Torv to Nørrebrogade, Elmegade is one of the locals favorite street for numerous reasons as you can see in Copenhagen streets map. It has Laundromat Café, where you can enjoy a delicious breakfast while your clothes are being washed in the café washing machines, an outlet shop with Acne designs from previous collections sold at lower prices, and a place that sells organic vegan ice cream.
The Copenhagen roads map shows all road network and highways of Copenhagen. This roads map of Copenhagen will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark. The Copenhagen roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Copenhagen has a large network of toll-free motorways and public roads connecting different municipalities of the city together and to Northern Europe (see Copenhagen roads map). As in many other cities in Europe traffic is increasing in Copenhagen. The radial arterial roads leading to Copenhagen city centre are critically congested during peak hours.
Coastal road 152 boasts beautiful scenery with up-market housing, plus forests and beaches as its mentioned in Copenhagen roads map. Famous museums like Karen Blixen museum, Louisiana museum for modern art, are also on the route. There is also ample good food in restaurants, pubs, and small food stands nearby. The road is easy to follow – just keep going straight ahead. Take your time and take a few stops, it is not a race track. End the trip with a visit of Kronborg Castle, scene of Shakespeare Hamlet. Visit the beautuful centre of Helsingor.
The new Copenhagen road lighting is connected via a wireless control system from SilverSpring Networks, which is based on the “wireless IPv6” protocol and is compatible with the servicing software from Citelum. Based on this, the functionalities of the luminaires can be used for smart lighting management, and as a result for an energy efficient operation as well as a complete monitoring accompanied by planned maintenance intervals. There are preparations in place to control the luminaires based on daylight levels in the future. Another possibility is to connect the lighting with traffic management data and adapt the illuminance – without affecting safety – based on traffic density and the situation on the road. If the traffic density is lower, the luminaires, which have a wet road optic optimised for illuminating wet roads, can be dimmed between 30% and 70% as you can see in Copenhagen roads map.