If you want to squeeze as much as possible out of Copenhagen, without blowing your travel budget, here are some great affordable and free activities.
Copenhageners are open-minded, relaxed and tolerant people, and the capital city has long been a playground for both gay Danes and tourists. Here you can be free, open and most of all yourself.
Copenhagen is a very kid friendly city. Kids are fully incorporated into the everyday life of the city, which makes Copenhagen a perfect city to visit.
Danish design is known all over the world for its clean, simple lines, great materials and classic creations that never go out of style.
The New Nordic Kitchen is characterised by its commitment to organic, sustainable and local products.
Famous Noma has moved to a new location and reopened with a new seasonal concept in February 2018.
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.
Broad boulevards, parks, delicacies, design shops. The neighborhood of Østerbro in Copenhagen is somewhat posh and at the same time completely down to earth.
Frederiksberg is the fashionable part of Copenhagen with luxury flats, excellent shopping, eateries and romantic green oases.
Copenhagen is a wonderful Christmas city. Here are some basic facts about this special time of the year in the Danish capital.
Christiania is a society within society. Experience a different way to live with a mixture of creatively built houses, music venues and cheap eateries.
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!