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Car Hire Copenhagen International Airport

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Copenhagen International Airport

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Mo-Su 0700-2300
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Lufthavnsboulevarden 5, 2770

Telephone: +45 33 17 90 30

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Hertz at Copenhagen International Airport

Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark. It is home to Copenhagen Domestic Airport which deals with around 2 million internal passengers each year. Copenhagen is known for being a green city as it is home to many parks and gardens. Hiring a car from Copenhagen Domestic Airport allows you to travel around the city at your own pace.

Why not stop off at one of the city's prominent events such as the free opera, the open air concerts or the carnival. Copenhagen is also well known for its sporting fixtures, and of course Copenhagen Fashion Week which is the biggest fashion event in northern Europe - occurring every February and August.

Rent a car from Copenhagen Domestic Airport and if you are in the city during August, make sure you attend the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix – an annual event packed full of action and drama. Many famous race drivers take part, and the day is all about the development of the race car from the very start, through to motorsport and the new breed of electric and hydrid cars.

Copenhagen has developed into something of a north European entertainment hub, with plenty of concert halls, theatres and museums from which one can get their cultural fix.