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Arriving and Living in Copenhagen
The safe atmosphere, the well-developed infrastructure, the low level of pollution and the many cultural events all contribute to making Copenhagen one of the most liveable cities in the world.
The waterfront and the many parks offer opportunities to relax away from the noise of city life. On weekends and during semester breaks, it is easy get away to explore the beautiful castles and countryside around the island of Zealand or cross Øresund to discover our neighbouring country, Sweden.
The information below may make it easier for you to settle in and help you adjust to life in Copenhagen.
- What to Pack
- Arriving in Copenhagen
- Registering with Danish Authorities
- Churches and Embassies
- Meeting the Danes
- Costs, Money and Banking
- Working in Denmark
Films and Blogs
Learn about life in Copenhagen and in Denmark through films and blogs.
- University of Copenhagen international student blogs
- Blogging Denmark from Denmark's official website
- Life in Denmark films from Denmark's official website