Frederiksberg is known as the high-end part of Copenhagen and at the same time unique in its own way - it’s kind of a city in the city. With its great shopping, a ton of restaurants to choose from, and green gardens, including an amazing zoo, this is a perfect location for families, as well as couples.
Linked together with Frederiksberg is Copenhagen V, which is a former working-class area that has turned ultrahip. Here you will find the city's best nightlife and many great shops and restaurants, especially the Meatpacking District (Kødbyen), with its mix of bars, organic dining, and art galleries all side by side. It’s worth a visit!
Inner city includes Copenhagen's oldest quarter with small, narrow alleys, charming canals and leaning houses. The inner city is the historic and political center filled with museums, exhibition venues, and attractions for locals and visitors of all ages.
Feel the history of the royal and political Denmark, get international artistic input, and delve into the history of some of Copenhagen's largest cultural institutions.
The district of Østerbro in Copenhagen is clean and exclusive, but at the same time relaxed and completely down-to-earth. Famous for its wide boulevards, delicacies, design boutiques and green oases, it is one of the city's most attractive residential areas, especially for families with children.
Nordhavn is the upcoming area connected to Copenhagen Ø. With direct access to the sea and harbour pools on one side and Copenhagen Ø on the other, Nordhavn has a very unique location. The area's old industry is incorporated into the new architecture, so new meets old – and Port meets city. Shops, cafés, and shopping blend in with housing and corporate companies, making the area an independent town with its own life and a special vibe. For sure worth a visit!
Christianshavn and Holmen are known for their narrow cobblestone streets, quirky houses, and houseboats lined up in the canal. Here you will also find many of Copenhagen's Michelin restaurants and quaint cafés along the canal.
In walking distance from Christianshavn you will find Islands Brygge that has gone through a tremendous transition in recent years and is now known as a favorite go-to-place for locals on a warm summer day. Here you will find great restaurants and no less than three harbour pools, including a wading pool and a pool for children.
Amager has so much to offer. Whether you are into beach and sea, shopping, fine architecture or tourist attractions like The Blue Planet, Amager is sure to fulfill your needs. The west part of Amager, also called Ørestad, is a new green district in Copenhagen built around nature, water, and architecture. Here you will find Bjarke Ingels ' buildings VM Mountain, VM houses, and 800S.
Nørrebro is for sure one of the most popular districts in Copenhagen. It is full of vibrant and cozy streets, loaded with unique boutiques and relaxing sidewalks cafes. With its mixed crowd and rich culture, there's plenty of different ways to experience the area, including taking a walk, a run or sunbathing in Nørrebros green oasis, Assistens Cemetery.
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