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Copenhagen Central Fire Station, Copenhagen

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.2/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
Copenhagen Central Fire Station is the hub of the Danish State railway network serving Denmark and international destinations. The current station opened its seven platforms and 13 tracks to the public in 1911. Architect Heinrich Wenck designed the building in the same style as the town hall. In the main hall, look for the big "clock" the most traditional and practical place to meet in Copenhagen. The station houses a post office, a supermarket, a bakery, a shopping center, baby-changing facilities, restrooms, showers, luggage storage, and a lost-and-found office. Nearby attractions include the Tivoli amusement park and the town hall. Take a look at our Copenhagen vacation generator to schedule your visit to Copenhagen Central Fire Station and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Well laid out station with the usual range of shops etc. If you are aiming to go to Roskilde for the Viking Ship museum, buy your ticket from the ticket office not the machines. You will then get the ...  read more »
  • Very nice station architecturally typical of Nordic countries. Very functional, well supplied with stores. The staff very friendly and eager to help you (the exact opposite of what you find in Italy).
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  • Well organized rail station in the heart of Copenhagen. Very friendly with help there to aid you. Walk down the steps to the train with information boards everywhere to guide your travel. 5 euros to C...  read more »
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