Birkerod is a city in Rudersdal Municipality within the northern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is surrounded with the aid of several lakes and small woodlands. Birkerod station is positioned at the Hillerod radial of the S-educate network. In 2010, the NGO Global Medical Aid turned into mounted in Birkerod. The parish of Birkerod contained the villages Birkerod, Kajerod, Bistrup, Ravnsnæs, Isterod, Hosterkob, Sandbjerg and Ubberod. Birkerod became a railway metropolis in 1868, when the Nordbanen railway opened a station right here between Lyngby and Helsingor. This led to new boom and several brickyards opened within the location inside the 2nd half of of the nineteenth century.
The rail line between Copenhagen and Hillerod was later converted to an S-educate line and construction of new residential neighbourhoods extended in the Nineteen Forties which, in time, made Birkerod merge with Bistrup to the south, Kajerod to the west and Ravnsnæs to the east. Birkerod is bordered via 941-hectare Lake Fureso to the south and Lake Sjælso to the north. The smaller Birkerod Lake is placed simply south of the railway station within the metropolis centre.