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Vesterbro

Lately this borough of Copenhagen has become rather fashionable. It is one of the city’s 'brokvarterer' which roughly translates to bridge boroughs. This wasn’t always the case as Vesterbro used to be home to cheap hotels, prostitutes and bad...

Vesterbro

If you’re travelling to Copenhagen by train and if the capital’s central station is the point where you disembark, then make sure not to miss Vesterbro. The city’s former red light district has been transformed into one of Copenhagen’s trendiest boro...

Nørrebro

This borough north-east of Copenhagen’s city centre is where the city continues its downtown area expansion. It is located opposite Dronning Louises Bro, Danish for Queen Louise’s Bridge. Up until the 19th century this area was nothing but farmland....

Indre By

Copenhagen’s city hall, a grand square where big parties and festivals are held and the capital’s main shopping street, Strøget. All can be found in Indre By. This borough is hip and happening thanks to its many restaurants and bars. There’s even an...

Frederiksberg

Frederiksberg is more affluent than the rest of Copenhagen and thus better maintained than the boroughs of Nørrebro and Vesterbro. Frederiksberg Have, which is a family park in the borough of the same name, makes that you can escape the hustle and bu...

Christianshavn

The Christianshavn district is an up-and-coming area of Copenhagen. It never used to be in high demand due to the large number of squatters that resided in Christiana but lately the district has taken a turn for the better. Today, it is a popular and...

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