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Frommer's Copenhagen Day by Day (Frommer′s Day by Day – Pocket) Paperback – 26 Jun 2009
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From the Back Cover
19 Self–guided Tours. 29 Maps. One Great Trip. At last, a travel guide that tells you how to see the best of everythingin the smartest, most time–efficient way. The best of Copenhagen in one, two, or three days Thematic tours for every interest, schedule, and taste Hundreds of evocative photos Bulleted maps that show you how to go from place to place Hotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife for all budgets A tear–resistant foldout mapenclosed in a handy plastic wallet you can also use for tickets and souvenirs Frommer′s. The best trips start here. Visit us online at Frommers.com
About the Author
Sasha Heseltine has been in travel publishing as both writer and editor for many years, starting out at Dorling Kindersley in London. She worked on mini–guides for Berlitz before heading for the West Country to Compass Maps, where she produced 48 InsideOut map–guides to cities across the world. She now works as a freelancer and recently edited the Frommer′s With Your Family guides to Florida, Naples, and Tuscany & Umbria, as well as the Day by Day guide to Istanbul. She has also written the Frommer’s Milan & the Lakes Day by Day guide.
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1. Compact size.
2. Color pictures
3. Multiple color maps with mentioned spots indexed and easy to correlate with the text.
4. There are several suggested walks mapped out.
1. Included map has a narrower range of the city than I would like.
2. Included map does not include a subway map, although there's a foldout one on the front cover.
It looks like a very handy reference.
Update: I'm now back from Copenhagen and took this with me, and often brought it along on excursions as a handy little guide to look up what was nearby when we ventured out.
Copenhagen is a fairly small city and fairly walkable, though it was raining quite a bit when I was there. Note that although the books contain subway maps with six lines, only the M1 and M2 (green and yellow on most maps I've seen) are operational as of August 2010... the others are planned. I think I read somewhere that they are not due to be completed until 2018.
you probably don't need a guide book.
I wish the map had an overlay of transit on streets, so I could plan my routes more easily. Copehnagen is very walkable and bikeable, but some areas are best reached by metro.