It connects to other parts of the greenway system, allowing one to seamlessly make a tour around the metropolitan area.
Another throughway in this municipality is historic Roskilde Way ("Roskildevej"), which runs from Copenhagen to Roskilde.
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It is part of a system of green areas surrounding the Copenhagen metropolitan area.
It offers an extensive system of hiking and bike trails through grass and marsh areas.
Taastrup The neighboring town of Taastrup lies to the east of Høje Taastrup, and has the municipality's prime shopping street on Køge Street ("Køgevej"), now Taastrup hovedgade. The area has been known through a series of shootings the last couple of years.
The street was extensively renovated in the past few years, and provides a traditional, Danish outdoors shopping environment. Hedehusene Hedehusene lies to the west of Høje Taastrup, on the stretch of railway connecting Copenhagen-Høje Taastrup-Roskilde.
The town got its name with the building of the King's Road leading to Roskilde.
King Christian IV wanted a house built for an official who would keep watch over entry gates on the road.Høje Taastrup The town of Høje Taastrup is a new development, centered on the train station.Behind the town hall lies the old village of Høje Taastrup, with its typical country church, picturesque thatch-roofed buildings, and a village pond complete with duck houses. The farmland that used to lie in the vicinity of the old village has been pretty much developed as of 2005.The first major road connecting these two cities was built in 1642 by King Christian IV.It was called The King's Road ("Kongevejen"), and was replaced in the 1700s by the current roadway. Good breakfast with a variety to choose from (although the eggs were cold).