The Danish capital is made for cyclists. And it shows as soon as you put a wheel down on the public highway. Its streets have traffic lights for cyclists and a network of more than 390 kilometres of bike lanes.
As a curiosity, this framework features Dronning Louises bro, the busiest bike lane in the world, with almost 40,000 users per day.
Its passion for riding on two wheels has made the whole of Copenhagen accessible by bike: coasts, castles, nature... you can travel around all the city's surroundings! Forget trains, taxis or buses. Hop on to your electric bike and follow one of its fantastic bike routes. You can go as far as the beach of Bellevue in Klampenborg, 13 kilometres away, or Kronborg Castle in Helsingør, at a distance of about 47 kilometres.
Amsterdam: more than 400 km of bike lane