Compare 5 fertility clinics in Copenhagen

The fertility clinics in Copenhagen (Denmark) offer In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), blastocyst embryo transfers, embryo freezing, embryo donation, egg donation, assisted hatching, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, donor insemination, gestational surrogacy and other infertility treatment options.








Seedorffs Vænge 2, 1. Sal, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark

45 3834 9030


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8%

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Vester Voldgade 106, 3., 1552 Copenhagen, Denmark

+45 33 33 71 01


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8%

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Store Kongensgade 40G, 1, 1264 Copenhagen, Denmark

+45 70 60 60 90


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8%

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Lygten 2C, 2400 Copenhagen, Denmark

+45 33257000


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8%

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Ørestads Boulevard 61F, 1th, 2300 Copenhagen, Denmark

+45 30 30 70 80


Digital transparency index

8%

Features: International patients Private




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General Information

Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark. It is located on the east coast of the island of Zealand and partly on the island of Amager. Approximately 602,000 people live here, over one million in the entire urban agglomeration. Copenhagen is the seat of the Queen of Denmark.


History

According to archaeological excavations, the first permanent settlement originated in the 11th century and included two separate settlements.

In the 12th century, the importance of Copenhagen grew and the city was strengthened by earthworks. The Roman Catholic Church built cathedrals in Roskilde and Lund, laying the groundwork for the development of these settlements.


Copenhagen - Quick guide

Lovers of architecture can enjoy, for example, the Amalienborg Palace complex, where the Danish royal family has lived for centuries, Christiansborg and Rosenborg Castles, or Vor frue Kirke (Mother of God) Church. While wandering around the city, it is also worth seeing the Town Hall Square with the Town Hall or the world-famous statue of the Little Mermaid located in the port.


Interesting facts

City cycling is very popular in Copenhagen, with 45% of the population traveling to work or school by bicycle, 27% by public transport, 23% by car and the remaining 5% on foot. Between 2000 and 2017, the volume of cycling increased by almost 70%. This is mainly due to the construction of better infrastructure and also the depletion of parking capacity for cars.



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