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The capital of bikes

If your working day starts and ends with rubbing shoulders with fellow commuters or being stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic, and if you’d rather do without this, off course, you should seriously consider Greater Copenhagen.

Copenhagen is world famous for its biking culture, and here you can replace stressful, jam-packed rush hours with a refreshing start to the day through the beautiful streets. This two-wheeled freedom is just one of many ways in which we combine business and pleasure.

Biking is our lifestyle

Life in Copenhagen is lived in the saddle of a bicycle. Everybody does it. Bike that is. In Copenhagen, we bike whether there is sun, rain or snow. We bike to work, to school, to bring the kids to kindergarten, to shop for groceries and to social gatherings.

Cycling is fast, convenient, healthy, climate-friendly, enjoyable - and cheap, although Copenhageners honestly love their bikes no matter their financial income. Even top politicians ride their bike every day to parliament.

Did you know that Copenhagen:

  • Can boast 5.2 bikes for every car in the city?
  • Has over 400 kilometres of designated bike lanes?
  • Was voted #1 as the most bicycle-friendly city out of 122 cities in the world in 2015?

The Greater Copenhagen way of moving