Even though Østerbro is a more quiet and family-friendly part of Copenhagen, it still has many things to offer. Many green areas - one of the greenest areas in the city actually, home to Fælledparken – Denmark’s largest public park - with sports facilities, playgrounds, football grounds, the national stadium and dog off-leash areas.
Nørrebro holds on many mouthwatering restaurants with everything from the world’s only Michelin-starred thai restaurant, the modern Nordic cuisine, juicy sliders and gastronomic havens serving dinner with a kapow of flavour.
The old working class district Nørrebro is buzzing of atmosphere, soul, culture and youth. Pretty plants are growing up the walls of the colourful buildings, and the especially during the nights and on weekends the area attracts young crowds to its many restaurants and bars. Do you wish to discover the local Nørrebro ambiance?
Vesterbro has something for everyone, when it comes to dining out and is often on the forefront with new culinary trends. Regardless your budget, the time of day, or the style of food you are looking for, you will find it here.
If you want cultural experiences, Vesterbro has a lot more to offer other than shopping and restaurants. We have handpicked our favorite attractions and activities in order for you to get the ultimate feeling of the unique atmosphere and history in Vesterbro.
Let Copenhagen show itself from its best side and visit the many cozy, charming, gourmet, upscale or down-to-earth quality restaurants spread across the city. Danish food is characterised by the unique Nordic kitchen, but you can also find the best quality of food from Italy, Asia, The US etc.
You find open air swimming right in the centre of the city at Islands Brygge Harbour Bath. This is where you meet the locals on a hot summer’s day. There is a lawn in front of the pool where you find lots of room for sun-bathing, picnics and ball games.