Copenhagen is modern and innovative with its own brand of architecture, gastronomy and lots of history.
Trains are 29% more expensive in Copenhagen than in Brussels.
The average meal is 30% more expensive in Copenhagen than in Brussels.
Taxis are 37% more expensive in Copenhagen than in Brussels.
Coffee is 65% more expensive in Copenhagen than in Brussels.
Brussels is Belgium's multicultural capital. It is also the site of Brussels Airport (Zaventem), the main airport serving the city. A second airport, Brussels South Charleroi Airport, mainly serves budget airlines. Serving over 20 million passengers annually, Zaventem is one of the busiest airports in Europe. It connects travelers to 238 destinations around the world using 78 airlines. In addition to shops, bars and restaurants, baggage wrapping, luggage lockers and meeting services are available at the airport. If travelling with children, play areas near gates AT68 and B40 will keep kids occupied. Baby changing rooms are also provided. At Charleroi, you will find restaurants, shops and kid zones.
Brussels Airport is served by buses, trains, taxis, shuttles and limousine services. De Lijn buses 272 and 471 go to the airport from Brussels North while 272, 471 and 620 pass through the NATO headquarters. By Metro, Airport line connects the airport and the European quarter in 30 minutes. Trains depart from Brussels Central Station to the airport in 17 minutes. To get to Brussels South Charleroi Airport, your best bet is to take the Brussels City Shuttle; departures are timed to coincide with flight departures/arrivals. You can board buses at Brussels Midi. By train, get off at Charleroi-South Station and take the bus to the airport; the journey will last for 20 minutes.
Denmark's capital must be experienced at least once in a lifetime. The city is a delightful blend of the old and the new. Walk along Nyhavn, shop at its boutiques and unique stores or just enjoy a good cup of coffee and pastry at one of the cafes. Copenhagen is a great place to try many things, from cycling in the city to the rides in the world's oldest theme park. If you are a history enthusiast, visit castles and museums that will give you a glimpse of how it was back in the day. At night, there are plenty of cafes, bars and clubs to keep you entertained throughout the evening.
Copenhagen has two airports: Kastrup and Roskilde. Passengers on flights from Brussels to Copenhagen will most likely land at Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup which is the main international airport. From Kastrup, there are several ways to get to town. Take bus lines 5A, 35 and 36 to reach central Copenhagen. The Metro is another convenient way to connect to the city centre; it is in Terminal 3. Trains and taxis are other methods to travel to the centre of Copenhagen. The second airport that serves the capital is Roskilde, which is mainly a business airport. It is served by trains, buses and taxis.
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