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Home to the largest number of embassies in Copenhagen, Inner Oesterbro has Østerbrogade and Nordre Frihavnsgade streets where shopping for clothes and modern Danish design is a must, particularly if you're not on at budget. There exists a great array of cafés and restaurants, from the reasonably priced to pricier Michelin ones. Fælledparken, one of the largest recreational areas in Denmark, is a park home to the Copenhagen Carnival as well as one of the world’s largest relay runs, with thousands of teams competing over several days.
Beautiful pieces on show. We missed this museum on our first visit to Copenhagen and thankfully found it hidden behind the SMK on our second visit. You get in free with the CPH card. Danish impressionist paintings are my favourite and several PS Kroyer paintings on display. Well worth a visit.
Those off cruise ships or in hotels near Nyhavn may miss this open-air moat, barracks fort nearby and beside the Amalienborg Palace: don't miss it. Perfect for a brisk walk or run, or contemplative stroll. It is unfussy, modest, but allows you space to breathe. There is a touching modern memorial to Danes killed in international peacekeeping missions, and nearby...
Churches & Cathedrals, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Attractive building especially inside"
reviewed yesterday by roger h
Nicely proportioned, this would be a lovely place to pray or contemplate for those so inclined. Attractive stained glass windows, with altar and pulpits in high area and crafts style. A parishioner (the priest?) welcomed visitors with sincerity, a smile, and multi-lingual information sheet. It sits near the fabulous Gefion pagan goddess statue, and between the Amalienborg and the Castle;...
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Classic location in Copenhagen."
reviewed yesterday by bdbakken
The Little Mermaid is a very well known Denmark landmark. But 'little' is the key word.
It is the size of a human, so true to size, but we were underwhelmed when visiting it. Tourists will always be present.
This restaurant is located in a cozy neighborhood, and easy to just walk by. But think again! This place is worth a visit.
The main dish is meatballs. But not ordinary, boring meatballs. There is a variety of meatballs to choose from, and also sauces to add which gives the final touch. If you are more people I would suggest...
I've visited both of Aamanns Restaurants and can only agree with all the wonderful praise they receive. This time we were at Aamanns Etablissement and can't say enough about the freshness of their ingredients. This is a place where pride is taken in every piece of Smørrebrød (open faced sandwhich) served.
We had a mixed selection of smorrbrod ... all of which were excellent, beautifully prepared with fresh ingredients ... the chicken was divine, sprinkled with little grains of crispy skin, my husband said the egg looked a little boring on the menu but it was one of the best things he' eaten ... the pork was unctuous and I enjoyed...
Our son has completed a 6 weeks intership in restaurant “Geranium” in Copenhagen earlier this year staying in hotel Rye115. We would like to thank the owners Charlotte and Claus extensively for their hospitality and care. Warm regards from Damme, Belgium.
Ps: the pistolets are delicious according to our son. ;-)
The hotel is close to the trains but its a fun walk into town. The staff is very nice and the rooms are clean and you can have the windows open for some fresh air. The restaurant is only open on the weekends for dinner but the breakfasts are very good.
We stayed here in one of their studio apartments, which was very clean and cozy. Two comfortable beds, kitchen had everything you need and the bathroom was fresh. The location of 9 Smaa Hjem is a bit outside of the city centre, but easy to get there with bus or train. Would stay here again!