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Greater Copenhagen for newcomers
Greater Copenhagen spans eastern Denmark and southern Sweden. Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark, and the Swedish city Malmö are the main cities in Greater Copenhagen, separated only by a short stretch of sea and with a bridge connecting the two cities by road and rail.
Malmö is Sweden’s third-largest city and can be reached by train from the main station in Copenhagen in 30 minutes, making it very accessible for commuting.
Greater Copenhagen has excellent transport connections by metro, bus, and train as well as outstanding infrastructure for cycling safely in and around the cities.
The airport is close - and the best one in Northern Europe
Copenhagen Airport is the main international airport in the region. From the center of Copenhagen getting to the airport takes only 15 minutes by metro – which runs 24 hours.
Copenhagen Airport is the largest hub in Northern Europe, with 177 direct international destinations, of which more than 100 are European destinations.
All capitals and major commercial cities of the EU countries are serviced by direct scheduled flights. This makes Copenhagen Airport the best connected airport in The Nordics.
Experience a special working culture
Because of flat organisational structures and personal freedom, Greater Copenhagen consistently ranks as a great place to work. If you become a part of the workforce in Greater Copenhagen you may experience why this area is continuously ranked as one of the happiest in the world.
Greater Copenhagen is a welfare society
Denmark and Sweden are both welfare societies, which are based on the principle that everyone should have equal opportunities and access to health and welfare services regardless of income.
In Greater Copenhagen, all citizens have free access to state pension, social benefits and child care benefits as well as to hospitals, schools and universities.
What about taxes?
The internationally renowned Nordic welfare model is paid for by taxation.
Taxation finances a wide range of welfare services in Greater Copenhagen, such as universal access to healthcare, free education, affordable childcare and free language classes and public libraries. Furthermore, the people of Greater Copenhagen benefit from well-maintained infrastructure and a high level of safety and public service.
The average taxation in Denmark and southern Sweden spanns between 44-46%, and while taxation may seem high, the quality of life and salary actually are high.
Many expats say that their positive assessment of Greater Copenhagen is because of its quality of life, welfare services and well developed infrastructure.
Wages to live the good life
In Greater Copenhagen you’ll find some of the highest wage levels in the world, making the purchasing power high.
World’s best work-life balance
Greater Copenhagen spans eastern Denmark and southern Sweden. The Danish capital Copenhagen and the Swedish city Malmö are the main cities in Greater Copenhagen, separated only by a short stretch of sea and with a bridge connecting the two cities by road and rail.
Help for newcomers in Greater Copenhagen
Once you have decided to move to Greater Copenhagen, it’s time to start preparing. We are ready to help you sort out all paperwork, assist you or your partner with finding a job and settle in.
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