Your travel guide to Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a city with a beautiful culture and fascinating history. The protest of students in the 1960s allowed Copenhagen to be one of the world's first successful and ongoing communals. From the Tivoli Gardens to the Royal Library, treasure the sights in the city. The Teater Museet provides visitors with a wide range of entertainment options.Neighborhoods in Copenhagen
Live it up and dance at the hottest nightclubs in Vesterbro. Grab a bite to eat at the eclectic restaurants in Vesterbro. The Vega Complex, a popular nightlife venue, attracts reputable DJs throughout the world. Sip on a cocktail and listen to the fabulous mixes of international DJs. Hang out with a more youthful crowd at Israels Plads. Christianshavn is off the beaten path and attracts tourists for the controversial political views that students and other young people are constantly expressing throughout the town.Getting Around Copenhagen
Public transportation is widely available throughout Copenhagen. Buses are available throughout the day at low rates. Ride on the Metro line, which was established in Copenhagen in 2002. Travel to the outside suburbs of Copenhagen by taking the S-tog train. With the large number of pedestrian walkways throughout Copenhagen, visitors usually do not feel the need to rent a car. If you do have a car rental, be sure to use a parking pass on your car.Understanding Copenhagen's History
Copenhagen has had fascinating developments in becoming a communal city. Appreciate the political history by visiting the museums in the city. Visitors can learn about this history at the National Museum of Denmark and Museum of Copenhagen. Savor the beautiful architecture of the Rosenborg Castle. Check out the collection of Islamic and Middle Eastern artwork at The David Collection, a lesser-known museum with exquisite art collections.