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Copenhagen / Stockholm trip advice

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Investigating a fall trip with DH, me, our girls (7 and 10) and my mom who walks with a cane and doesn't do long distances well. So kid friendly, safe, nice to have restaurants within a short walk, no nightlife needed.

Where would be a good area of Copenhagen for us to stay? I'm considering Airbnb only because we can get a 2-3 bedroom for probably the same price as a hotel, but thoughts on that?

We fly into Copenhagen but I'd like to visit Stockholm as well since it's so easy to reach. Would 3 days in Copenhagen and 2 in Stockholm be enough?

How easy is it to get to the train station from the airport? I'm considering grabbing the train after we land in Denmark since we'll already be jet lagged and the first day for the kids will be a bit of a waste anyway. But if it's a big hassle or expensive to just get to the train station, maybe it's best if we wait a few days?

And where is a good place to stay in Stockholm?

Will public transportation be easy for my mother? (are there big steps to get on and off transport? long distances between stops?)

Thank you!!

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