•Street names tend to change midway through street without notification. Ask a local when in doubt!
•Always look both ways for cyclists, even on one-way streets
•Do not walk in the bike lane
Copenhagen is a melting pot of very different areas and neighbourhoods, all with their distinctive flavour and character - from ultra hip, trashy and trendy Vesterbro to multicultural Nørrebro, from picture perfect Østerbro and posh Frederiksberg with romantic gardens and 18th and 19th century houses to the very core of the city with its narrow streets and charming Christianshavn.
Copenhagen has something for everyone. Find the area that suits your personality, or why not dare yourself to cross over to unknown territory? Just stroll around, drink coffee at the sidewalk cafes, shop, people watch and take it all in.
I have made 4 unik walking tours in different parts of the city.
Have a look on the map
On the tourist trail
Get to the old working class area
Vibrant and culturally diverse, Norrebro is the best and worst of Copenhagen, depending on who you're talking to.
Broad boulevards and the lakes.
The upper class distric of Copenhagen. Broad boulevards, delicacies, design shops and green oases.