|Quoting Aer Lingus (Thread starter):
What to do and see in CPH?
Is it possible to use Denmark Kroner in Sweden and Sweden Kronor in Denmark?
The most important question! Do they speak much English over in MMX and CPH?
If they don't I am screwed because I can't speak Swedish or Danish.
Hi Aer Lingus!
Yes, everyone in Denmark (and I guess Sweden aswell) know how to speak english more or less, but mostly more
. Even old people are able to communicate in english due to all the movies, music, etc. that we get from the english speaking world. We don't translate movies into danish, we only put subtitles on them in the bottom of the screen. I think you are able to use Danish kroner in Sweden and Norway aswell, but don't quote me on this, because I don't remember.
There are tons of things to do in Copenhagen: You should visit Tivoli (the very famous theme park in the heart of copenhagen), visit Amalienborg (The residence of the queen), visit the little mermaid, go and get a beer in Nyhavn, check out Kongens Nytorv, try our new subway, which was built not more than 3 years ago (and it is still expanding towards the airport, and other places), you should see the "black diamond" a very beautiful building which is used as the public library of Copenhagen, also, you should visit our new Opera house, it is very beautiful from the inside (or so I'have heard)
and there are lots of more things to do in Copenhagen.
sorry I just read above that apparently it isn't possible to use danish kroner in sweden, etc. Although I think that at a few places they do accept it.
Another thing you could do is visit Helsingør, which is 45 kilometers north of copenhagen and you can take the train directly from copenhagen and up there. It is a really cozy little city!
[Edited 2006-04-22 10:32:43]