Copenhagen Ferry Port
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Copenhagen ferry port is a modern ferry terminal just minutes away from the city centre. It handles up to 2000 passengers, 400 cars or 130 lorries on a daily basis and offers all the necessary facilities such as gift shops, newsagents and cash machines.
Capital of Denmark, Copenhagen is also the country's largest city. Facing the Oresund, separating Denmark from Sweden and connecting the North with the Baltic Sea, Copenhagen is ranked as one of the world's best cities in which to live despite the high cost of living.
Copenhagen offers a great variety of fine award-winning restaurants and it is possible to find eateries with the so-called "smorrebrod", the traditional Danish sandwiches. Copenhagen is also known for the hotdog stands found throughout the city and for its many fine bakeries and pastry shops. The most memorable attractions in Copenhagen are its monuments such as the Royal Library, Chruch of Our Saviour and the Royal Castle Amelienborg.
Dampfærgevej 30, 2100, Kobenhavn O, Denmark