The average temperature in June is 19,2 degrees celcius. The climate in Copenhagen follows the four seasons of the northern hemisphere, but temperatures can still vary considerably.
The currency is the Danish Kroner (DKK). One krone is divided into 100 Øre. VISA creditcards are generally accepted, but ATMs are located frequently throughout the city. Make sure to bring your pincode.
Business or business casual.
The domestic supply is, like other European countries, 220 volts. Sockets suitable for two-pin continental design are the norm. Adapters can be purchased in local supermarkets.
Delegates are recommended to obtain travel insurance (medical, personal accident and luggage) in their home country prior to departure.
Generally, Copenhagen is a safe city. However, do be aware of pickpockets in busy areas, such as the Central Station. Should you have any issue you can reach the police by calling 114. In case of urgent matters you can call 112 for ambulance service, fire stations, and police.
Copenhagen is viewed as offering a great shopping experience, with many design stores, 'Danish design' boutiques, and much more.
Smoking is not allowed in public indoor areas.
Tap water is of a high quality and safe to drink.
Tipping is not a tradition in Copenhagen. If you receive extraordinary good service you are welcome to give a tip, but it is not expected.
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