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.
The winter break is a good time of the year for families with children to visit Copenhagen, just like it's traditionally a time with cool events for adults too.
The winter break 2017 in Copenhagen falls from 10 - 19 February, and during that time Copenhagen's museums and attractions offer lots of fun activities for children and their families.
Photo: Jacob Schjørring & Simon Lau
From world-renowned art museums, beautiful nature, maritime history, castles and palaces to UNESCO heritage sites. Greater Copenhagen has attractions and sights to suit every taste and interest. Here is a list of some of our recommended accessible attractions in Greater Copenhagen.
From world-renowned art museums, historic museums, castles and palaces to parks, statues and adventures for kids. Copenhagen has attractions and sights to suit every taste and interest. Here is a list of our recommended attractions with good accessibility.
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?
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.
The list of cultural and fun experiences in Copenhagen’s city centre is endless. We have picked the highlights for you – Big, small, well-known, unique and the classics.
Copenhagen Cooking is an annual food festival for everyone who loves food, and during 10 days in late August there are plenty of mouthwatering events perfectly suited for international tourists looking for gastronomic experiences out of the ordinary.
Strædet in Copenhagen is a street known for its many design and retail shops. It is also full of pleasant cafes, where one can enjoy both food and beverages outside or inside. You can easily spend a day on Strædet - shop for your home or closet, find that perfect gift and enjoy a cold drink in the afternoon sun. Strædet stretches parallel to Strøget, from Højbro Square to Vester Voldgade, and is a pedestrian street.
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The history of the Jewish community in Denmark is an amazing story of creative brilliance and of dramatic rescue during World War II. Among the great Danes of Jewish descent are Nobel-winning physicist Niels Bohr and legendary architect Arne Jacobsen.