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Must-do/see's for a study abroad student?

I'm on a low budget, but would like to explore outdoor activities, restaurants, museums, and music venues in Copenhagen.  What are the must-do/see thing on a low budget?

4 Answers

top answer by
Monika from Siedlce

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 8talletVM-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! Great experience!!!

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  1. Ørestad (metro area)
  2. 8tallet (attraction)
  3. VM-husene (attraction)
  4. Tietgenkollegiet (attraction)
  5. Koncerthuset (attraction)
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answered by
Angela from Wilkes Barre

Visit Freetown Christiania! For sure. Also, check out their interesting (but phallic) street hot dogs. 

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  1. Freetown Christiania (neighborhood)
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answered by
Creative from Copenhagen

venues: Rust, Vega, Børneteateret (come late on a sunday).

Restaurents: Restaurant Relæ, The new one on Dagmarsgade (on the 5 floor, Harrys Pølser).


Gammel Strand, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, and the small galleries in "Kødbyen" and arround.

Café Retro - is a cheap and nice cafe to meet other travellers and locals.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Rust (attraction)
  2. Vega (attraction)
  3. Restaurant Relæ (restaurant)
  4. Gammel Strand (attraction)
  5. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (attraction)
  6. Kødbyen (attraction)
  7. Café Retro (restaurant)
  8. Børneteateret (attraction)

answered by
Grace from Miami

The Hop On Hop Off buses can give you an overall view of what's to do/see;

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