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Yes, "Köpenhamn Ingerslevsgade DGI" is Copenhagen (and Göteborg is of course Gothenburg). Ingerslevsgade is where most long-distance buses from Copenhagen leave. It's near the central station, just around the corner from the outer end of the S-train platforms. There are frequent train services from the airport to the central station -- continue straight ...


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There's a train leaving from the Copenhagen Airport terminal at 13:38 next Thursday and you can book direct to Gothenburg. Travel time is about 3 hours. Regarding the 'tips-and-tricks' part of your question... Alternatively, to take in some local culture, you can catch the train from Copenhagen to Helsingør and check out Kronborg Castle, the traditional ...


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The Schengen rules have two different aspects: Unified visa and travel rules Most residents or visa holders from one Schengen country can visit any other Schengen country (note that this is a generalization, check your specific case). You are allowed to cross with your existing papers. Lack of internal border controls Internal borders within the Schengen ...


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If you are travelling for tourism or personal reasons, you need an invitation letter only if you are staying with a host. If you are staying at hotels, then an invitation letter is not necessary (use hotel bookings instead). Regulation (EC) No 810/2009 Annex II contains the legal verbiage... for journeys undertaken for the purposes of tourism or for ...


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If you need a visa, you can certainly apply for one without any invitation, e.g. if you intend to visit for tourism. In that case, you should submit other kind of evidence, like an itinerary. I haven't seen the checklist to which you are referring and it might be clumsily formulated but invitations are only recommended when it makes sense with respect to ...



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