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Dragør Travel guide
Dragør : Michelin's recommendations
A peaceful little town whose maritime traditions date from the Middle Ages, when its main source of revenue was fishing and the herring trade. Dragør later became one of the largest commercial ports in Denmark but trade has since petered out and now consists of local fishing and a ferry link with Sweden. A restored warehouse (1862) houses the nautical museum exhibiting copies of the interiors of sailors' and fishermen's houses. Many of those along the narrow, cobbled little roads around the port have been preserved.
Tourist attractions Dragør : Things to see and do
DK - Dragør
This island (95km2) is located southeast of Copenhagen and the capital has now partly sprawled onto it. The fixed link connecting Øresund and Amager to Sweden opened in July 2000. Sixteen kilometres long, it has both a road and a railway line - these..
Drogdensvej 43 DK - 2791 Dragor Dragør
This hotel is 6 km from the Øresund Bridge and 5 minutes’ drive from Copenhagen International Airport along the coastal road. It offers in-room tea/coffee, free internet and parking, plus airport transfers on request. Housed in 2 separate buildings,..
Prins Knuds Dæmning 2 DK - 2791 Dragør
Dating back to 1910, the historic Dragør Fortress is home to Dragør Fort Hotel. The hotel offers rooms with modern amenities like free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV. Kastrup Airport is 7 km away. All guest rooms at Hotel Dragør Fort have tea and coffee f..