If you're a first time visitor to Copenhagen, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Copenhagen.
Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Copenhagen.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:
"Around Tivoli you will find nice party spots as well." See More
"2) Eat in Torvehallerne a brilliant market which has everything you could possibly want to eat!" See More
"As mentioned the main area is Strøget and the streets around there." See More
"Kastellet and The Little Mermaid : the Little Mermaid (based on the fairytale of Hans Christian Andersen) is quite small and some people get disappointed when they see her." See More
"Louisiana Museum of Modern Art ARKEN Museum for Moderne Kunst Statens Museum for Kunst Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek and the National Museum of Denmark are some of the best art museums in Copenhagen and surroundings." See More
"but if all else fails, and you feel like you can't do anything else, grab beers and snacks from a grocery store and hit up any of the parks in Copenhagen like Kongens Have and hang out all day." See More
"Two of my favorite squares are Gråbrødretorv and Højbro Plads." See More
"Amagerstrand Promenade (if the weather is nice) 8." See More
"On the other side of Tivoli (from the Radisson Blu Royal) you'll find Dansk Design Center where you can get all sorts of interesting info on Danish design and architecture." See More
"You have to visit Ørestad that is the best place not for ordinary tourists but if you interested in an architecture there is an awesome 8tallet, VM-husene both multifamily houses , Tietgenkollegiet it is a fantastic contemporary building where students live and Koncerthuset where you have to go to the interior and if you have time you should stay until night because the elevation is lightenen!" See More
"The ideal spot for a flat is between Copenhagen University, the Strøget or Kongens Nytorv" See More
"One of my favorite squares in town is gråbrødretorv, which has a few restuarants around the square, one of which is Peder Oxe's Vinkælder." See More
"In case of cold, windy and rainy weather: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Statens Museum for Kunst A cozy concert at Café Retro A blues jam at Mojo Blues Bar Jazz at La Fontaine Shopping at Illums Bolighus A drink at Props Coffee Shop or Harbo Bar Dancing at Karriere Bar or Jolene Bar A burger at Halifax A dinner at Spiseloppen (having visited Christiania) In case of sunshine (very rare): Strolling with your bike anywhere (particularly in Christianshavn) A barbecue at Amagerstrand Promenade A drink at sunset at Halvandet Running around the lakes Visiting Rosenborg Slot and the Botanisk Have (Botanical Garden) Shopping in Torvehallerne Riding your bike to Dragor Eating at one of the restaurants facing the lakes such as Thai Pan or Kaffesalonen Walking from Nyhavn to The Little Mermaid (statue) Renting a kajak and paddling around the city" See More
This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Copenhagen locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Copenhagen.
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