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The Copenhagen Book

A Dragør – a village in Copenhagen On the Øresund coast – within cycling distance of central Copenhagen – Dragør is nationally recognized for its rich history and beautifully preserved 18th- and 19thcentury Dragør Søbad A small bath house that accommodates sea-side bathing, year round. On a hot summer day, bring your children and enjoy the playful and authentic setting. Outside the sea bath, there is a 'mini-seaside resort' , which consists of piers and a sundeck . The water here is quite shallow, making it ideal for young children who cannot yet swim. 27 architecture. The city is an extraordinary backdrop for a broad variety of restaurants, a vibrant harbor and maritime history and a welcoming, walkable lifestyle. Dragør is the relaxed and refined day trip for your Copenhagen vacation and an unforgettable getaway of its own. Come see us. Amagermuseet in Store Magleby Open air museum in an area known as “The Dutch Village” due to Dutch immigrants who settled here in the 16th century. A visit will show you green gardens, beautiful flowers and an insight into daily farm life. During summer, a number of maids, cooks and helpers are working on the farms, and you are welcome to join in. There are pancakes to bake, clothes to wash, rabbits to pet and much more. Getting there: Take the Metro to Copenhagen Airport, and travel on in bus 35 – or simply catch bus 350S to Dragør. www.visit-dragoer.dk


The Copenhagen Book
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