Photo by Jacob Ehrbahn
Havneringen, or the Harbour Circle, is a pretty new bike route in Copenhagen city center. The route is 13 km long and allows cyclists in Copenhagen a route around the inner harbour. Now the cyclists of Copenhagen are offered a full loop. The Harbour Circle stretches from Nyhavn Canal in the North to Sluseløbet in the South.
Photo by Troels Dejgaard Hansen
If you like beer and Fridays – this will probably be a dream come true for you! Every Friday during the summer, the Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen open’s up a bar at the brewery’s old court yard – it’s called Carlsberg Fridays. Besides cold Carlsberg (duh!) you will be able to enjoy barbecue and DJ’s. The entrance is free and includes a visit to the brewery, where you can learn more about Carlsberg’s history and see the world’s largest beer collection.
Photo by Thomas Rousing
Like Stockholm has it’s City Bikes, Copenhagen also allows visitors to easily discover their city by bike. Fact is, Copenhagen is and has been awarded for being one of the best biking cities in the world.
As it is a great biking cities, it has lots of bike rentals…
Rundetårn (or Round Tower, as it would be directly translated to in English) isn’t just any venue or attraction, it has fabulous views and history that dates back to the 1600th century.
Rundetårn was built by the king Christian IV, to function as an astronomical observatory…
Welcome to our Copenhagen blog, everyone! Here you’ll find tips on things to do, our favourite restaurants and inspirational pictures – in other words, everything you need before or during your visit to Copenhagen. Maybe you just want to get inspired, maybe you’re looking for a done deal itinerary? This is the place to be…