Copenhagen's former red light district made no. 4 on Thrillist's top 10 most hipster neighbourhoods on Earth in 2014, and is home to both a buzzing nightlife, an abundance of restaurants and good vibes.
Vibrant, colourful, casual and young at heart, Nørrebro is to many Copenhageners even more hipster than Vesterbro.
With stunning nature, world-famous castles and even a different country just a short train ride or drive away, there are plenty of reasons to go beyond Copenhagen.
Relax in a sidewalk cafe, hop on a canal boat and enjoy the views of old canal houses or explore freetown Christiania. Everybody loves Christianshavn!
We love them. The streets of Copenhagen. Each with their individual charm and distinct flavour. Here you will find the soul of the city.
Broad boulevards, parks, delicacies, design shops. The neighborhood of Østerbro in Copenhagen is somewhat posh and at the same time completely down to earth.
Christiania is a society within society. Experience a different way to live with a mixture of creatively built houses, music venues and cheap eateries.
Copenhagen cultural district is located on Slotsholmen and the nearby area, in the heart of Copenhagen. Here, you can explore the district's many cultural institutions which offers interesting discoveries and exciting experiences.
Now housing restaurants, bars, festivals and creative office spaces, the peninsula Refshaleøen was once home to one of the world's largest shipyards, B&W.
Museums, attractions, superb restaurants, nightlife and other great experiences in the heart of Copenhagen.