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The Copenhagen Book

A Welcome to THE COPENHAGEN BOOK Copenhagen, the “merchants’ port”, is a very appealing city and this unique book is a useful guide for tourists, temporary residents, diplomats, private companies and all international organisations. Through this book and our website www.thecopenhagenbook. dk, you will discover all the hidden treasures of Copenhagen and its surroundings, including parts of Sweden. You will have access to an extensive directory of useful addresses where you will find a multitude of restaurants, shops, boutiques, hotels, markets, tourist sites, various services and much more. It is guaranteed to satisfy all tastes and all budgets. Everyone can benefit from the information in The Copenhagen Book. Our website www.thecopenhagenbook.dk also offers an extensive section on Practical Information to help you settle down in Copenhagen and truly make it your home. You will find all sorts of information on dental and medical care, driving in Denmark, public transport, setting up your own business, the Danish tax system and even where to find a reliable babysitter! So please browse through this directory or www.thecopenhagenbook. 5 dk and be inspired by what this city has to offer. Also, don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter and join our Facebook pag and stay updated on what’s going on in Copenhagen. We will let you know about great offers, special discounts, new events and general updates from a wide range of businesses and services. This is not to be missed! Go to www.thecopenhagenbook.dk and sign up today. If you fail to find exactly what you need then please contact us and we will do our utmost to point you in the right direction. We are also always open to suggestions and new ideas so please do not hesitate to send us your comments to help us improve our service. Carsten Jørgensen Editor-In-Chief Maltevangen 11 2820 Gentofte Phone 39 64 16 61 info@thecopenhagenbook.dk www.thecopenhagenbook.dk CO2-NEUTRALISED PRODUCTION BY ROSENDAHLS The impact on the climate during the production of this printed matter is neutralised by supporting climate projects in developing countries; which results in a corresponding reduction in CO2 DAY


The Copenhagen Book
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