Category Archives: Copenhagen
We sat around the huge, two level SAS Business Lounge until 10:20a and then walked over to gate B9 where SAS A319 charter flight to Kangerlussuaq would depart. With an on-time boarding, we smooshed ourselves into window and middle seats
Copenhagen Airport also functions as the major airport for Malmo, Sweden. Small and compact compared to other international airports, it is easy to get around, transit through and has excellent transportation into the city, only 15 minutes by metro.
The Sea Explorer expedition cruise sailing to Greenland and Canadian High Arctic would begin in Kangerlussuaq, West Greenland. All passengers had to take a mandatory transfer package which included: a pre-expedition hotel night at Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel, SAS charter
A boat tour through Copenhagen’s canals and harbor is one of the easiest and most enjoyable way to sightsee. There are only two operators that I know of, Grey Line and Netto Tours. Grey Line begins at Gammel Strand
Nyhavn (New Port) was established in 1670-73 as a gateway from the sea to the old inner city. The canal area reached up to Kongens Nytorv (Kings Square) where ships unloaded their cargo and fishermen their daily catch. Many