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Tourist in Copenhagen – information for international clients

If this is your first time coming to Copenhagen in connection with fertility treatment, then you can experience our special and historic capital as a tourist. StorkKlinik, in the heart of Copenhagen, is within walking distance of many tourist attractions and is also close to the metro (for getting to and from the airport) and buses. Below is information we have put together on hotels, transport and tourist attractions for you as an international client coming to Copenhagen for the first time. 

 

Find low prices on selected hotels

As an international client visiting StorkKlinik, you can get low prices on selected hotels, when you book via the StorkKlinik homepage and use the StorkKlinik login and discount code.

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Metro from Copenhagen (CPH) airport

If you are an international client and are travelling by plane, the metro from CPH airport to Kgs. Nytorv takes 20 minutes, and from there it’s about a 5–10 minute walk to the clinic. Use Rejseplanen to plan any journeys around the city by bus, train or metro

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Transport from Copenhagen Central Station (Københavns Hovedbanegård)

If you are coming by train to Copenhagen Central Station, you can take the S-train to Nørreport Station. Then you must change to the metro (in the direction of Vestamager/Lufthavnen (Copenhagen Airport) and get off at Kongens Nytorv. It’s about a 5–10 minute walk to the clinic from there. See Rejseplanen for further information about the S-train, buses and the metro around Copenhagen.

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Tourist in Copenhagen 

If you have some free time while you are here, you can check out VisitCopenhagen for ideas on what to do and where to go. VisitCopenhagen is Copenhagen’s official tourist website and has lots of information on tourist attractions, activities, restaurants, cafés, shopping and accommodation. 

 

Explore the area around StorkKlinik

When coming to StorkKlinik, you can hardly avoid experiencing some of what our capital city has to offer. StorkKlinik is located in the heart of Copenhagen, and from here it’s only a few minutes’ walk to the major attractions in the city like Nyhavn — the canal area, Amalienborg Palace, Christiansborg Palace, Kongens Have (Rosenborg Castle Gardens), Rosenborg Castle, etc. If you would like to explore the city centre where StorkKlinik is located or other parts of the city, you will find more information at VisitCopenhagen.

Explore Copenhagen City Centre

 

Free admission to museums and attractions

If you buy a CopenhagenCard, you can get around the city easily, and it also gets you free admission to tourist attractions. The CopenhagenCard gets you free admission to more than 79 museums and attractions, free transport by bus, train and metro, and discounts on restaurants, car hire and sightseeing. The CopenhagenCard includes two children under the age of 10. Go to the website, and get information about all 79 attractions. 

 

English and other international languages

At StorkKlinik, we can converse with our international clients in English, German, French, Swedish and Norwegian. You’ll mange in Denmark even if you only speak English, as all Danes speak or can hold their own in English. Most Danes also understand Swedish and Norwegian. You also won’t need to search for long before you meet a Dane who understands or can speak German or French.

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Amalienborg Palace – Family and heritage

You do not need to venture too far from StorkKlinik in order to see Amalienborg Palace – the royal palace – where the royal couple lives with both their children and grandchildren. Throughout generations, the Palace has been the centre of the royal family’s life in the Danish capital city. Walk around Amalienborg’s courtyard, step into the royal mansion, and get a glimpse of both the historical and current royal life. See the change of the Royal Guard every day at noon.

The Marble Church – Faith, hope and love

The beautiful Marble Church (Frederik’s Church), with its copper-green dome, is one of the most impressive churches in Copenhagen. The church has a very unique location, as it lies in a straight line with Amalienborg Palace, Amaliehaven Park and the Opera House on the other side of Copenhagen’s harbour. Getting married in this unbelievably beautiful church is extremely popular.

The Stork Fountain – Time for a party

The Stork Fountain is a famous fountain, located on Strøget walking street in the middle of Copenhagen’s shopping mecca. This is a popular place to enjoy the sun and the buzz of the city. True to tradition, this is also the spot where midwives have a party and dance around the Stork Fountain when they become qualified.

Tivoli – Having fun together

Established in 1843, Tivoli is a historically unique amusement park located in the middle of Copenhagen. The Tivoli Gardens are a national treasure and an international attraction. They contain a cornucopia of amusements, concerts and delicious dinners for both adults and children. Enjoy the beautiful gardens together – even the Danish fairytale author H.C. Andersen walked these gardens.

Nyhavn Harbour – Fun and relaxation

If you want to understand the Danish word “hygge”, then you need to visit Nyhavn Harbour (it is only a stone’s throw from StorkKlinik). Nyhavn is Copenhagen’s great tourist magnet, with its throng of restaurants and beautiful scenery containing historical buildings along a Copenhagen canal. Throughout history, life at Nyhavn has been characterised by sailors, pubs, ladies of the night and parties. H.C. Andersen wrote many of his famous stories while living in Nyhavn.

The Little Mermaid – Love against all odds

The small sculpture at Langelinie attracts many admirers every day. The statue of the Little Mermaid is of course in honour of H.C. Andersen’s fairytale about the mermaid who sacrifices everything for love. All she desires is to be united with her handsome prince up on land.

The Gefion Fountain – Strong ties

Denmark has always has strong ties to its Swedish neighbours, and this connection is part of our history. The relationship forms the basis of the legend behind this impressive fountain, which is located beside the Citadel and entrances to the Langelinie Park. Legend has it that the Swedish King Gylfe gave the godess Gefion as much soil as she could plow for one day and one night. The legend describes how she transformed her four sons into oxen, and they plowed the soil so deeply that they lifted an entire area out of Sweden. And that is how the island of Zealand was created. At StorkKlinik, we also have a very close relationship to our lovely neighbouring country, as the majority of our Stork children live in Sweden.

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Our opening times:

Mon and Thu: 08:00 - 18:00
Tue, Wed and Fri: 08:00 - 16:00
Sat, Sun and holiday: 08:30 - 15:00

Schedule an appointment:

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