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= Indoor Flea Market in Lunden at Charlottenlund Travbane
Travbanevej 10, 2920 Charlottenlund
Open on Saturdays in odd weeks from 9 am - 2 pm. Closed from mid-April through August

= You can take bikes on S-trains at no costs also in 2011.
You need to "park" your bike in the compartments that are marked with a bike sign.
There is no restriction on the time of day when you use the S-train with your bike. You may howeer not get off at Nørreport station between 7.00 - 8.30 and between 15.30 - 17.00 due to a high number of passangers at these times.
: this offer does not refer to the Metro!
There you still need to buy a bike ticket. You can buy single bike tickets or a 10-clip bike ticket.
Due to a high volume of passangers you canot take bikes on the Metro between 7.00 - 09.00 and 15.30 - 17.30 on weekdays. This restriction doesn't apply however between June 1 -. Sept. 1.

= S-trains are free on the shopping Sundays
Each Sunday of the month the shops are open also on Sundays.
On these Sundays you can take the S-trains for free from 5.00 am - 2.00 am.
2 January, 6 February, 6 March, 3 April, 1 May, 5 June. (More to come in the second half of the year.)

= Free Internet on S-trains
Set up a profile and you are ready to use free Internet on S-trains with your PC or WIFI enabled phone.

= Zoo Copenhagen winterprices
The Copenhagen Zoo has reduced winter prices from Nov 1 to March 1.

Find more information in our resources for living and working in Denmark and in the Worktrotter's Guide to Denmark

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