This guide helps you to get the best of Christianshavn. Expect hygge all year round and a down-to-earth atmosphere in this beautiful part of Copenhagen, which is technically a part of the city center, but definitely has its own distinct neighbourhood feel.
The coloured houses and idyllic canals make Christianshavn unique and one of Copenhagen’s most picturesque districts.
Christianshavn and Holmen is home to some of Copenhagen's best restaurants and when it comes to sublime Nordic cuisine, this is definitely the way to go.
It doesn't take much more than a few rays of sunshine before Copenhagen's waterfront is filled with renewed energy and joyful faces. Here are some tips on how to enjoy the city's beautiful lakes and canals.
Get a culture fix, a calming ride of the waterways and of course some supreme food to end your day of maritime exploration.
Be the captain for the day in an electric boat on the canals of Copenhagen.
Going back in time to discover the future of Nordic gastronomy and beer. Barr is an old Irish word for crops, and Old Norse for barley, which is one...
By the Inner Harbour Bridge between Christianshavn and Nyhavn, you can visit The Bridge Street Kitchen which combines world-class street food with phe...
From naval area to a calm waterside oasis in the city, Holmen is home to the Opera, noma and a calming, secluded vibe.