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Log in join as a local. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art by Arun. See the Unknown Copenhagen Bars Lounges Pubs Nightclubs. Atze Peng by Jessica. Mikkeller Bar by Arun. Vester Vov Vov by Arun. Illums Bolighus by Jesper. Freetown right in the city Christiania.

A flea market on an industrial scale. Art on the beach Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. It's the only way to go Cycling the City. Cycling the City by Arun. Freetown right in the city Christiania It was founded in on the former military base by a group of freethinkers. Christiania is a social experiment of environmentally friendly and alternative lifestyle. Save to list Save to list:. With a dizzying array of second-hand furniture, lamps, toys, Danish memorabilia and an infinite list of other bits and bobs for sale in this huge warehouse, you could easily be lost for days searching for that bargain of the century.

Art on the beach Louisiana Museum of Modern Art With an enviable setting right on the coast and surrounded by lakes and green spaces dotted with sculptures, Louisiana has one of the most beautiful settings imaginable for displaying and appreciating art.

The exhibitions are well-curated and the buildings that house them are so subtle that they seem to grow out of the landscape around them. If you want to understand Denmark, you need to understand hygge. The concept is difficult to explain, but easy to experience. Join us and find your own happy hygge place! It's the only way to go Cycling the City It's cheap, it's easy, it's healthy, it saves you time and hassle, and allows you to really explore the sights independently and at your own pace.

Cycling around Copenhagen is simply the best way of discovering this city, so dust off your knees, make like a hamster and get peddling. It even has a couple of diving boards and built-in chairs and tables.

Museum of classics Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen Contemporary Architecture Bike Tour. A bit of everyday magic Tivoli I dare you not to have a good time here. So yeah, sure, it's mostly for kids, it's expensive as all hell and the attractions aren't all that. But very few places do you an amusement park smack in the middle of town.

That alone merits at least an entry ticket. And It has one of the worlds oldest roller coasters. At only 40kr for an hour-long tour, a trip on Copenhagen's canals is a not only a bargain but an excellent way of catching many of the city's main sights, and without the irritation or the humiliation of sitting on a tour bus in traffic.

Deer Park Dyrehaven This immense and beautifully wild park just north of Copenhagen has been attracting city dwellers with its roaming deer and protected forests for centuries now. Visitors can also take a tour of The Hermitage Eremitageslottet , the former king's baroque hunting lodge. The Candy Factory Bolsjefabrikken Housed in an abandoned warehouse and run by volunteers that focus on social and political activities, this alternative cultural institution is a non-profit, non-commercial space that aims to foster the work of young artists, musicians and performers alike.

Explore Copenhagen on a fun 2-hour Segway tour. You can expect to see The Little Mermaid, the picturesque New Harbour, the royal residence, and much more. The King's Garden Kongens Have Originally designed as the private gardens of Rosenborg Castle, Kongens Have is the oldest and busiest park in Copenhagen.

With rose gardens, fountains and sculptures, it is an atmospheric oasis that is always heaving with a sea of humanity in summer. Charming French-influenced cinema Vester Vov Vov A highly reputable rep cinema Cinemateket Housed on the ground floor of The Danish Film Institute, Cinemateket is a national treasure that screens a wide range of classics and themed film series. The films are often art-house, rare or cult in nature, so don't miss the chance to get your eyeballs and minds vigorously massaged in this Mecca for movie lovers.

Castle away Rosenborg Slot Most locals only notice Rosenborg when they're lazing about in the sun in the surrounding Kongens Have park, but this beautiful Dutch Renaissance-style 17th century palace is the only reason the park is there at all.

Both were built for King Christian IV, and it's worth a visit to see how the other half or rather one-billionth lived. This 4-hour culinary walking tour is designed for those who wish to discover and sample the best delicacies Copenhagen has to offer.

All of the places we visit are small and unique gems that have been handpicked for being the absolute best. The coolest park you've ever seen Superkilen Botanical Garden Botanisk Have This oasis in the city centre is a wonderful place to introduce kids to the natural world, and for people of all ages to discover the weird and wonderful world of botany. With a lake, grassy areas for picnicking and a host of greenhouses and exotic plant beds to explore, there's something here for everyone.

All aboard for a flood of culture Arken Museum of Modern Art Surrounded by lakes, marshland and a beautiful windswept sandy beach, 'The Ark' is a fitting name for this excellently curated, concrete-sculpted, waterside modern art space that specialises in photography, video and installation exhibitions.

The Danish royals didn't have quite as much money as their European cousins, but they did seek to emulate some of the elegance of other cities. Searching for the best Copenhagen walking tour? Join our Copenhagen City Walk. A gem of a library Den Sorte Diamant With an exterior made of shimmering black granite and a sublime interior of undulating balconies, this learning cathedral of concrete, glass and steel is the epitome of modern Scandinavian architecture and a Copenhagen landmark.

State of the art Statens Museum for Kunst Denmark's national gallery houses and maintains a massive collection of art from the 14th century to date, so although you'll never manage to see all 9, sculptures and paintings, it's a great place to rejuvenate the brain cells you may have damaged the night before.

Get to know the Danes Nationalmuseet Or the history of Denmark, at least. The National Museum features a huge exhibition of stuff that came from around Denmark and the world. It's a tourist thing, for sure, but if you have more than a passing interest in history and archeology, it's worth the visit.

Harbour swimming The harbour bath 9. Water quality is great, it's incredibly cool and refreshing to jump in on a warm day in the very central city. The harbour front in general is the place to watch Copenhageners at play, especially during the summer. Uncover the stories of this peculiar part of Vesterbro, where butchers say hello to drunken people at 6 in the morning, where the past is still present and the future is already gone.

This futuristic whirlpool-shaped structure houses 53 tanks and installations full of colourful, cute, scary and strange water creatures from all around the globe. Art in the heart of the city Kunsthal Charlottenborg 9. Charlottenborg is one of the most atmospheric and beautiful spaces for contemporary art in Europe, presenting an ambitious programme of exhibitions and events with a strong international focus. DJ sets and other one-off events are held in the foyer.

A cultural powerhouse Huset-KBH 9. Set in a sprawling building containing 7 stages, bars, cafes and a cinema, Huset organises over a thousand events a year, offering a diverse range of artistic activities from live music and film screenings to theatre, stand-up comedy and poetry.

From the ashes Stengade 9. Bad management led it to be shut down, and now the place has been resurrected as an activist-run collective. Having recently celebrated their 3-year anniversary, Stengade is trucking on as if nothing happened. Free-Spirited Copenhagen Walking Tour. On our Free-Spirited Copenhagen tour we skip across the newly built bridge from Nyhavn to one-of-a-kind Christianshavn.

Where hobbits go on holiday Nokken 8. It's a pedestrian zone no biking either! The side streets are usually bunched in with this, too, and make for an essential Copenhagen stroll. Going broke since Loppen 8. This is one of the best spots in Copenhagen. Sure, the ceiling supports obstruct your view; the room gets hot as hell in summer and certainly you can't see anything at a sold out concert. However, Loppen has been going for a long time now with no signs of slowing down. Experience the fusion of cultures and the urban feel of this hip area blossoming on the foundation of an old working-class district.

Copenhagen is a pretty city with plenty of colorful facades. Beside Nyhavn in the city center, there are other pretty neighborhoods with their prettiest streets. Olufsvej is a street about meters long with the most charming and colorful society house building in Copenhagen.

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It's really hard to get a picture of the lights all lit up at night! But trust me, it is ALL this beautiful! Spending the day walking around Copenhagen is a fantastic way to explore the city - and keep warm in the frigid winter weather! Copenhagen is an excellent walking city and seeing it on foot or on bicycle is the perfect way to take in the sights of this amazing city. We spent a few hours wandering from our hostel up to the Little Mermaid. Here are a few options for exploring Copenhagen on foot.

As budget travelers, we chose to stay in a hostel in Copenhagen, and we were pleasantly surprised by how many great choices there were! Just look at all these gorgeous hostels in Copenhagen!

In general, they're conveniently located and comfortable. You don't have to stay in a dorm to benefit from the cozy social atmosphere or shared kitchen, either - you can get a luxurious private room! The hostels in Copenhagen are an excellent budget accommodation option. Travelling King has a fantastic guide to places to stay in Copenhagen. Are you all inspired to spend Christmas in Copenhagen?

Personally, I had to stop myself from booking a ticket while writing this post. I want to go back so bad! We have a couple more posts about visiting Copenhagen in the winter! We've also helpfully written up a handy dandy e-book that you can take with you on your trip!

Get the Copenhagen Winter Guide! Check your email for the PDF. Make sure to add contact practicalwanderlust. I have only been there once and I long to go back and take my boyfriend there. When I visited I was living in Oslo for an exchange wt the university, and Oslo was madly packed with snow, so packed with snow that everything was white and the sky was also always white because it was snowing every day so it was thick with clouds.

We visited Copanhagen in the middle of February and its southern location made it snow-free in February already. On the day we got there it was actually sunny. You are making me so excited!!!

Yes, I really do. Oh my goodness… you have just completely sold me on copenhagen! I want to go now! How cute and quirky. Wow this is such a comprehensive guide. Or maybe a Christmas option! I saw sale fares the other day for Copenhagen but ended up deciding not to book them… Your post has me seriously regretting that decision! It looks like such a beautiful place to explore and the food sounds amazing! I will definitely need to reconsider visiting over Christmas!

Yassss jump on them! There are a ton of super cheap nonstop flights to Copenhagen from Newark and even out here in Oakland. I loved the city so definitely need to return during a more temperate time. Your pictures of the city during holiday season look lovely. This sounds so Christmas-amazing! Thank you big time! Lia, it was he Hornet flight by Ken Follett.

Maybe it comes later in the season. Even still, your photos really do make it look like a Christmas fairytale dreamland! I love all of the beautiful decorations. It seems like a Christmas fairytale come true! One day I will make it to the European Christmas markets, one day! I have only been to Copenhagen in the summer, but I can see why it is perfect for Christmas.

It kind of looks like the towns from those train sets. I am not a big cold weather person but will brave it for good reason, plus there is that sauna and museums to keep warm! Actually, everything about this has me sold.

I have to see the markets and lights. Copenhagen was definitely on the list and it looks awesome. Pinning this for a future Christmas trip! LMAO your poor readers just wanted to see some sloths on your feed! Sloths can wait for warmer months. I love your guide! You know that I swoon over all your posts and wish I could be half as witty as you because this one totally pulled at my heart strings!

I was in Copenhagen 3 years ago during Christmas time and absolutely fell in love with it! Seriously tempting me to make another trip there and Hamburg is only 4 hours by train from Copenhagen! Wow, this is brilliant.

I am heading back to Copenhagen for Christmas this year and this post has everything I have been looking for!

Cannot wait to get there now. I found your post extremely helpful. Thank you so much for sharing. Did you visit the old town of Aarhus Gen Gamle By? Is it possible to visit it in one day commuting from Copenhagen?

The Christmas tree is absolutely gorgeous and I love your hat! Copenhagen looks beautiful this time of year. Thanks for such an informative and helpful guide! Thank you so much for helping us make up our minds which country to visit for next Christmas … it looks so amazingly beautiful there. We are from Australia so found the recommendations for clothes soooo helpful, especially the boots!

Such a great guide! We plan to go thanksgiving week, but not sure if the christmas decor will be up by then? Do you know if when they open the christmas markets? The Nyhavn Christmas Market will be open, as it opens in early November. The smartest travel blog ever by mile. The way you could weave content with commerce deserves a Harvard biz review case study. Hats off and keep exploring!

So much amazing information! I just scheduled a few days in Copenhagen after adventuring in northern Finland mid-December for my birthday solo trip! Initially I was a little concerned about visiting in the winter, but this has gotten me so excited!!

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October 21, at What a great resource! We are planning a trip soon and this is awesome! October 21, at 2: October 21, at 9: I went to Naples, Italy asked "where is the discotec? So now, im planning on visiting Copenhagen -- night life will only be part of the trip -- i'd mainly like to go out in the day, see the beautiful city, see the sites, meet people etc.

But when night comes I talked to someone from Milan , and he said that the night life in stockholm is "incredible". So what do you guys think has anyone ever heard of this clubs saying "Sorry its too many guys here" because in America it just doesnt happen. Are there good looking girls, or just plain girls out at night? First of all, I like to go out at night myself, and so I have been out clubbing in many countries in Europe and a lot in NYC.

If there's one place on earth where I have been turned down at the door over and over with the line: One time, I got that line from 4 different dorrmen at 4 different adjacent clubs in about half an hour. I don't recall it has ever happened to me in Europe. Now here's the truth about Copenhagen nightlife I thought I had allready given you the truth in your previous post? A little going on on thursday and a lot happening friday and saturday. Some clubs with lots of good looking girls which I kinda get the feeling is what you're looking for would be:.

Dress like you have a million dollars that you intend to spend there, and you may have a chance. That said, I have to doubt once again that Copenhagen and Stockholm is the right choice for you. Especially at a rainy time of year, where nightlife is slower than in summer. You might want to consider one of the all-year-round clubbing hot spots in southern Europe, particularly Spain , like Ibiza , Gran Canaria , Marbella etc. If you want to be in a big city, Barcelona and Madrid are both beautiful cities with a nightlife that tend to be good the whole week through - which cannot be said for Scandinavia.

Yeah i believe it in NY I got to the door -- and the 2 girls the door said "sorry, you have to be with girls". I was so angry because i was meeting a girl inside that i met the night prior,,, she was waiting for me and was visiting from Brazil and didnt have her cell phone!! I said "you dont understand theres a girl waiting for me in there, please let me in real quick just to get her" they said no But in Europe it happened about 28 out of 30 times, in about 6 countries.

Someone told me stockholm and copenhagen is incredble for night life It's more than a bit offensive to keep reading about women as some sort of commodity that countries should keep available in huge numbers for when you want to visit.

I just am a male You need to do some serious researching and learn some basic info about various countries.

It is obvious that you have no idea at all about Scandinavia. And you need to find some adult related forums on the Internet to get tips from other guys like you whose main object with their travels is picking up girls.

I'm going to tell you for the fourth time: Copenhagen and Stockholm is the wrong place for you. Read my tips again on better destinations to go to pick up girls. I also noticed that for every single post you have in here, you have the exact same post in the Stockholm forum. That's just a super arrogant way to seek advice. And while I find it natural that men are interested in women, I agree with Andreadoria that your style is unacceptable - this forum is not meant for picking up chics tips.

I have given you tons of advice now, I have even gone some ways along to accomodate your desperate picking-up-girls-questions and you haven't even said thank you. Now I'm going to give you the last and best piece of advice on this board: You will be extremely disspointed if you come here. While you may think that it's a harsh response, It could be the one advice that saves your vaccation from being a total waste of time and money.

I'll give you my opinions and then I'll advise you myself to look to some other sites. Or, you can respond to me in a private message. Sorry to the site admins. I know this is a Copenhagen forum.

I will address CPH in this posting though. I've been to many cities in the world. I like to see the culture of the cities and the countryside and smaller cities, too, when in a new country. I also like nightlife because I like to see how different people party. This would involve, drinking, dancing, how they dress, how they mingle, cover charges, crowd types, etc In Amsterdam, you had to know where to go.

I usually asked younger looking locals what was happening that night, as I do everywhere. Some good clubs, ALOT of touristy places and alot of guys with fewer women. In Zurich, most of the people aren't into partying but there were a few places. Many people are into sitting and drinking more so than "clubbing.

Munich was a city with good nightclub choices. Dancing places, mingling places, drinking places, etc Berlin was even better than Munich in the "party" sense.

Bars and clubs everywhere and the people are easy to talk to. So, if you were trying to meet someone, I guess if you approached them right, they'd talk to you and the rest is on you. Florence and Venice, Italy weren't really nightlife places.

Venice is a romantic type place to go to with a lover. Milan, Italy had some good nightlife places. Some places there wouldn't let you in unless you were with a girl. But the people don't really drink alot so if you're looking for a woman who might let her guard down and talk due to alcohol consumption, not really happening.

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