Denmark's capital and largest city, Copenhagen, is located on the east coast of the nation. The city of Copenhagen was formally established in the tenth century after beginning as a Viking fishing settlement called "Havn." The city serves as Denmark's administrative, cultural, and commercial hub. It is among the most significant tourist destinations in the entire world, but especially in Europe. The city is one of the most picturesque cities in Northern Europe and a pioneer in terms of modern architecture and design, fusing the old with the new. With a vast network of toll-free highways and public roads connecting various sections of the city and Northern Europe, Copenhagen serves as a transportation centre for the region making it a convenient city for travel.