Copenhagen is at the cross-roads between continental Europe and Scandinavia and the Baltic area. The sea and waterfront dominates the city that has kept an old-world charm. The city’s old streets and architecture blends in with modern design symbolizing its rapid growth. The modest size of the city is a great advantage for visitors. The best sights are within the center which has a bustling pedestrian shopping area called “Strøget”. Most roads have a bike lane, and compared with other European cities the traffic is not too bad. Visitors may enjoy a leisurely stroll in a relaxed and safe environment – or a bicycle ride using the city bikes for rent.
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The meeting will take place at Scandic Kødbyen in Copenhagen. The hotel is placed in the former meatpacking district of Copenhagen, which is now a hipster dine-out area with bars and good restaurants. Central Copenhagen, Tivoli and all downtown attractions of Copenhagen can be reached in walking distance, unless you want to try one of the free city bikes, situated at stations all over the city center.