Copenhagen City Guide

img_3309Finally my Copenhagen city guide is here. Every time I have friends from abroad visiting Copenhagen I give them the same list, so now I will share it to you too. And if they have some special request or a special occasion, then I add something. But here is my favourite places in my hometown, Copenhagen. Enjoy!

Breakfast spots:

  • Union Kitchen: cool place for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I usually go for breakfast. They serve their famous avocado toast.
  • Raw42: For acai bowl, chia bowl, and granola cashew bowl.
  • Hafnia: Try their Acai bowl.
  • Nimb Brasserie: If you fancy an amazing brunch you should go to Nimb Brasserie on Sundays where they serve an extravagant brunch buffet.img_0620
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    //Matcha bowl at Raw42img_4003
    //Acai bowl at Hafnia

Coffee spots:

  • Joe & The Juice: Best coffee and fresh made juices.
  • Kafferiet
  • ByOh: Serving only matcha – everything you can image with matcha.
  • Lauras: Has a cute bakery in Frederiksberg in a yard on Vaernedamsvej. They serve pasties and coffee. I always get a “tebirkes” and a coffee.

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    //With my coffee from Joe & The Juice
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    //Iced Matcha tea from Byoh
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    //At Laura’s Bakery in Frederiksberg

Cake:

  • La Glace: is an old traditional cafe, which my mother use to take me when I was little and we went shopping. This was as good as shopping I remember. They serve the most amazing chocolate cake among other delicious cakes. And then I always order a hot chocolate with whipped cream.
  • Kokkedal Slot: Is a beautiful castle one hour drive from Copenhagen. They serve amazing afternoon tea with lots of different delicious cakes.

Lunch: 

  • Beau Marche: Is the cutest little french café hidden in a yard (of my old apartment). This place is so adorable.
  • Victor: A traditional old-fashioned cool restaurant serving all the food you like.
  • Raw42: if you feel like raw food. They also make amazing matcha lattes.
  • Hafnia: for the healthy choice.
  • Pastis: is like Balthazar in New York or George’s in Amsterdam. Super nice french restaurant. I usually go for lunch but dinner is also an option.
  • Sticks’n’sushi: the name says it all. This chain is all over Copenhagen and is great for both lunch and dinner.
  • Sankt Annæ restaurant: For traditional danish food. I love this place and I always try to visit this place every time I am in Copenhagen.
  • Copenhagen Street Food: A warehouse with a lot of food stands -you will find all different cuisines. My favourite is the Vietnamese stand whereI order their fresh rolls.
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    //Salade Chevre chaud  at Pastisimg_4267
    //At Pastis with my dear girlfriend, Julie Zangenberga3997350-64c6-4014-8aaf-66f1903fb2bf
    //Getting my Vietnamese roll at Copenhagen Street Food

Dinner places:

  • Geist: This place is fantastic. The food is creative, alternative, and superb.
  • Pluto: I love this place. Great place for the vibe.
  • Cantina: Another place for a cool place for a night with a bigger group or just for you and your partner with a vibrant atmosphere.
  • El Nacional: because the vibe is great and margaritas are delicious.
  • Marchal: If you fancy a michelin-star restaurant. This is the place to go. The restaurant is located in Hotel D’angleterre.
  • Tommi’s Burger Joint: my favourite burger place in town and located in the meatpacking area.
  • Meatpacking district is filled with cool restaurants like “The fishbar” and “Pate Pate”.

Drinks: 

  • D’Angelterre Hotel
  • Balthazar: small chic bar.
  • Brønnum: Cool bar located next to the royal theatre.

Shopping: 

  • The main street “Stroget” provides all the high-street brands you need.
  • Magasin and Illum are the two department stores providing both affordable luxury brands and luxury brands.
  • Ny OsterGade: Has cool shops like: Isabel Marant, Rue Verte, Gossip, Stella McCartney and more.

Culture:

  • Louisiana museum: is outside of Copenhagen but an absolute must go to if you like art.
  • Nyhavn: Is in the city center and located next to the canal. The colourful houses is just to die for.
  • The Royal theatre: If you like ballet, you should definitely visit the Royal Theatre.
  • Opera House: If you like opera or architecture – visit the opera house.
  • The Little Mermaid: Go see her but do not have his expectations about her size. She is not as big as you would imagine.
  • Torvehallerne: is a market located next to Norreport st. where you find cafés, fruits, veggies, flower stands and much more. I love going here when the weather is good.
    img_6566 img_6564img_3310//Me at Torvehallerne getting flowersI Hope you can use my tips for your next trip to Copenhagen.

    xx
    Julie and her hometown Copenhagen

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