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    Mads Wilson is Copenhagen Suborbitals commanding officer, helping this community-driven space program launch home-built spacecrafts into space.

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  • Frederiksberg Have



    Check out these vast and beautiful gardens by boat. You can also tour Frederiksberg Palace and the Chinese Pavilion as well as visit the Copenhagen Zoo.

  • Floss



    Vibrant, yet relaxing. This dive bar offers cheap drinks, rock music, and billiard tables. Smoking is permitted inside.

  • Sydhavnstippen



    Just outside the city center is this unspoiled nature area, a wild growing piece of city nature. It’s great for bird watching, picnics, and exercising.

  • Ruby



    This cozy cocktail bar opened over 10 years ago and has become a staple. Order an Old Fashioned or the Emerald Martini, as clear as a Scandinavian lake.

  • La Fontaine


    Jazz Club

    Live jazz jam sessions can be found at this legendary venue on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Monday nights the stage is set for live poetry.

  • National Gallery Of Denmark


    Art Museum

    The largest art museum in the county has a rich and varied selection of art, from European classics to contemporary art. Make time for the café and the shop!

  • Flakfortet


    Harbor / Marina

    A small artificial island created in 1910-1914 as part of the Copenhagen Defense. You can get here by boat all summer. When here, go on a treasure hunt.

  • Gammel Strand



    Take a seat on a bench and watch as thousands of people walk by on Copenhagen’s busiest shopping street “strøget”

  • Comedy Zoo


    Comedy Club

    Get your laugh on at the country’s first and largest stand-up comedy club. Head here on club evenings where you can see three comics at one time.

  • Ida Davidsen



    You cannot visit Denmark without trying the iconic smorrebrod, a Danish national specialty. The herring is a tradition and gluten-free bread is available.

  • Paradis Is


    Ice Cream

    Gelato-style ice cream is made fresh every day. Fill your waffle cone with chocolate ice cream or one of the vegan options. Flavors change often.

  • Café Lindevang



    If you’re looking for traditional Danish food, you’ve found the right spot. Try the sandwiches in the afternoon and wienerschnitzel in the evenings.

  • Ramen to Bíiru



    End your day over a steaming bowl of Japanese noodles. There are vegetarian options, but no reservations are taken.

  • Reffen


    Food Truck

    Home to over 50 start-ups (food stalls, bars, and creative workshops), the focus is on sustainable food, craftsmanship, and culture. The street food is a must.

Mads Wilson

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