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2 itineraries, optimal for late spring through autumn. first 7 venues are in christianshavn + islands brygge; last 8 take you from vesterbro to the inner city.
once a functional alternative to mainstream values, now in its last stages but still an embodiment of tolerance: proof that there's room for living differently.
an elegant canal-side café that's ideal for an outdoor lunch or a beer in the afternoon sun. kayak tours in progress occasionally stop in for refreshments.
similar to NYC's cooper hewitt, the DDC offers an insightful walk through of the history of danish design, succinctly defining its role in danish society.
one of the city's great gathering spots. there are green lawns, picnic areas and pools that float in the river. many cafés and take-away options nearby.
if you have time, check out the sprawling campus for copenhagen university and the IT university. the architecture and urban planning is really impressive.
popular spot for those who've been out clubbing the night before. healthy brunches, excellent sandwiches and coffee, a chill vibe that won't annoy the hangover.
tiny café located a wee bit off the beaten path. coffee and records. a small room in the back for browsing books and periodicals. bona fide.
pick up something for your next journey. an excellent range of vendors in what was once a horribly neglected plaza next to ørstedsparken.