The most famous sights in Copenhagen
When you visit Copenhagen the first time you’re bound to check out world-famous tourist sights, like The little mermaid, Tivoli Gardens and maybe even Christiania, the notorious free town. On second and third visits to our little jewel you may want to get closer to the soul of the city and its inhabitants. Below we help you with some insider angles to Copenhagen.
Tours and designs made in Copenhagen
The founders of CPHmade set out on a quest to find unique high-quality products, designed and produced in Copenhagen. They now head a network of more than 100 local manufacturers, who offer you distinctly Danish products which you are not likely to find anywhere else in the world. CPHmade recently expanded their range with unique behind-the-scenes tours to the workshops and ateliers of some of their members as well as tours to the neighbourhoods they judge the most interesting.
Popular streets and neighbourhoods
Nørrebro is widely regarded as the most vibrant and happening district in Copenhagen. Jump on one of our bikes, or stroll along the lakes, and you’ll soon be in the middle of the action. Make sure to check out Elmegade, which metamorphoses into an outdoor food hall in summertime, Jægersborggade with all its innovative craft shops, delis and restaurants and the area around Blågaards Plads for informal ethnic restaurants as well as happening beer and wine bars, like recently opened Vinhanen.
Popular eat and shopping streets in our local ‘hood, Frederiksberg, are Værnedamsvej and Gl. Kongevej.
New angles on Copenhagen
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