We love them. The streets of Copenhagen. All of the best ones have their own distinct identity with great shops, cafés, and restaurants. Here are some of our favourites.
Cozy, vibrant and young at heart.
Charming, casual and loved by locals. That's Larsbjørnstræde which often feels like the local resident's extended living room with cozy cafés and great, little boutiques. Also, check out these guides to the two cool streets Sønder Boulevard and Jægersborggade.
Since a complete makeover in 2007, Sønder Boulevard has been a popular stretch of green in Vesterbro used for relaxation and hang outs by people of all ages and all walks of life.
Leading up to Blågårds square, this area of Nørrebro is becoming more and more popular. Bustling all year round would be an understatement. At the street, Blågårdsgade, you will find everything from vegetarian cafés to wine bars and a music venue.
Parallel to the much busier shopping street, Købmagergade, Pilestræde is dotted with fashionable shops and good taste. These are just some of them.
The street Jægersborggade in the Nørrebro neighbourhood has turned from dodgy to hip and is one of the hippest and most buzzing streets in Copenhagen at the moment.
The Vesterbro area’s main street Istedgade exudes diversity. Between porn shops and strip bars are some of the city's best boutiques, restaurants and bars.
Kid-friendly, cozy, relaxed and very much French. Værnedamsvej is a small, busy shopping street situated between Vesterbro and Frederiksberg.