COPENHAGEN CITY GUIDE




Atelier September | Saturday morning brunch stop


42 RAW | avo and tomato on toasted pumpkin rye with vegan chilli mayo


Beau Marche | great homeware store and cafe


a short walk behind NOMA


Rundetaarn | inside the round tower - climb to the top for views over the city


Mother | Vesterbro area


The Market


FRAMA Studio Store

S E E 

Rundetaarn | best views over the city and beautiful design inside 
Tivoli Gardens | sadly closed, reopens April 2017
Nyhavn | stretch of beautiful pastel coloured buildings that line the street overlooking the canal
Design Museum | strong Japanese influence and if you have time visit their cafe
National Museum | if you only have time for one museum, i'd recommend this
The Apartment (Tue/Thurs 10-2pm) | interiors showroom
Frama Studio Store (closed Sundays) | favourite design studio incorporating old and new materials
Little Mermaid | nothing to shout about but nice walk through the park 

S H O P

Storm | Danish equivalent of Colette in Paris
Stilleben | lifestyle store - beautiful handmade ceramics
Magasin and Illums Bolighus | great design/department store
Beau Marche | homeware store 
Tortus | handmade ceramics store
main shopping street Strøget has so many great Danish stores but make sure you follow all the little side streets too as they are filled with amazing boutiques

E A T

42 RAW | veggie/vegan brunch lunch option
Atelier September | best brunch spot - order AvocadoMad, you won't regret it
Mother | best pizza made with sourdough base
Meyers Bageri, Emmerys, Lagkagehuset | best places for danish pastries
Copenhagen Street Food | sadly closed when we went but heard so many wonderful things - open Thursdays
Coffee Collective, Rapha, Mad & Kaffe | coffee stop options
The Market | Asian cuisine - great for dinner
Europa 1989 | breakfast brunch option
Tight | Canadian meets Danish cuisine - dinner option, great atmosphere
Sticks n Sushi | a Danish sushi restaurant chain but amazing food and great atmos
Beau Marche Cafe | pit stop for a glass of wine and a browse around the store mid afternoon

I'd recommend to walk everywhere as you see much more and have ample opportunity to take plenty of photos. If we had more time, we would definitely have rented bikes and cycled out towards Louisiana - Museum of Modern Art. Also, had it been warmer, we would have looked into a canal tour to see the city from the water. 

Don't exchange too much money, most places accept card and where possible, don't take a taxi, they can be expensive. 

I would love to hear about your favourite places to see, shop and where you think is best to eat, so please don't hesitate to drop me a message


Photos | own archive

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