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Located in Northern Europe, Denmark is described by expatriates as a safe and peaceful country. Indeed, it offers unparalleled quality living to expatriates, especially thanks to its pleasant environment.

By choosing to live and in Denmark, you will discover the culture of perfection in a sound and relaxed atmosphere. The country also provides quality higher education to international students.

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Even if you have lived as an expat in different places, Copenhagen's property market is a whole new ball game. Forget what you think you know about real estate and start with a blank slate.  Procedures for buying property in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark, and naturally, it is a hub of activity for locals and tourists alike. It is the largest city in Denmark with an urban population recording just over 600,000 residents. Here are some tips for managing expectations in your new city as you become a resident of Copenhagen yourself. 

Denmark's food scene has its own flavour and spice. Take some time out to explore the local cuisine, including street food, budget eats, and high-end dining options.  

The easiest way to understand a city and its culture is to jump right in. As with every location, Copenhagen has its unique sights, smells, and sounds. Here's a guide to eating local, finding the trendy spots in town, and chasing down that famous Danish hygge. 

Here are the neighbourhoods in Copenhagen ranked from most to least expensive. The different areas have unique characters and offer different views of the city. Keep in mind that a place closer to your workplace will help save costs on transport and lower commute times, especially in peak traffic hours.

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We moved to Denmark with four small kids and threw them all into local public schools. I write about our experiences, the schools, and the humorous quirks and differences in culture and environment.

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Once upon a time, I had the chance to move to the happiest country in the world! My restless Aries spirit liked that idea, so I did what any girl in my position would do I grabbed my cat, booked a one-way ticket to Denmark, and became an expat! Then I met an Englishman, fell in love, eloped, and moved to the happiest city in the world.

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