Insider’s guide to Copenhagen in Denmark, ranked #87 in our countdown of ‘100 Most Incredible Cities in the World’.
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Jægersborggade in the Nørrebro area
Lots of little shops and cafés, including the Michelin starred restaurant Relæ, and a brand new cactus shop for botanical lovers.
Kastrup Søbad at Amager Beach
Architect-made swim repos at the beach; it’s beautiful in all seasons.
Enjoy the architecture and sea views – you can see the Swedish coast from here.
Eat at Stedsans
An urban garden rooftop restaurant with local seasonal produce.
The Botanical garden
A lovely old greenhouse in the city centre surrounded by a nice botanic park.
A perfectly curated selection of stationery and art and design books.
It’s very close to Rundetårn (The Round Tower), which is a classic tourist attraction; you walk all the way up to get a great view over Copenhagen.
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