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Copenhagen Style and Biking Tour

In Denmark’s environmentally minded capital, the bicycle is king.
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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Full day
Family Friendly

Overview:  A system of free rentals and dedicated lanes has more than a third of Copenhagen’s residents commuting daily on two wheels—all part of... more »

Tips:  Denmark’s general climate is relatively mild, given its northern locale, but winters are cold and dark. The ideal time to visit is May... more »

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Points of Interest

The new beach park overlooks windmills and the Oresund Bridge.

Address:
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-663-100

The museum of modern art’s structure looks like a stranded ship.

Address:
100 Skovvej
Ishøj
Denmark

Phone:
45-43-540-222

A lovely store for books.

Address:
49 Købmagergade
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-733-500

4. Botanical Garden & Museum

The greenhouses were built in the 1800’s by Carl Jacobsen, the father of Carlsberg beer.

Address:
130 Gothersgade
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-35-322-222

One of many emerging microbreweries in Copenhagen.

Address:
29 Vestergade
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-320-060

The downtown music venue is a local favorite.

Address:
10 Niels Hemmingsens Gade
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-154-700

7. Fælledparken

The public green space is next to the National Stadium and perfect for biking on a sunny day.

Address:
Østerport
Copenhagen
Denmark

The peaceful park is a memorial for the Danish World War II freedom fighters.

Address:
Ryvangen
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-39-621-467

The new boutique hotel faces Tivoli and features an organic dairy.

Address:
5 Bernstorffsgade
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-88-700-000

A compact museum filled with the collection amassed by Carl Jacobsen (founder of Carlsberg beer), including ancient sculptures and more than 40 Gauguin canvases. Highly recommended: coffee and marzipan cake in the domed, flower-filled Winter Garden café.
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Address:
7 Dantes Plads
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The café and adjoining bookshop are perfect for getting work done.

Address:
5 Fælledvej
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-35-356-674

The library hosts concerts, exhibitions, and has an excellent restaurant.

Address:
1 Søren Kierkegaards
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-474-747

13. Rust

A great spot for catching up-and-coming bands.

Address:
8 Guldbergsgade
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-35-245-200

See a show at the newly opened Royal Playhouse.

Address:
36 Sankt Annæ Plads
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-696-933

15. Sneaky Fox

The shop is known for its colorful hosiery.

Address:
25A Studiestræde
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-912-520

16. Søren K

The Royal Library’s restaurant offers seasonal cuisine.

Address:
1 Søren Kierkegaards
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-474-949

17. Vega

One of the city’s best live music venues, the space was designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen, a renowned Danish architect and has been known to host David Bowie to Interpol.

Address:
40 Enghaveve
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-33-257-011

18. Viva

The after-work spot for theater people, this restaurant and bar is situated on a houseboat in Christianshavn.

Address:
570 Langebrogade Kaj
Copenhagen
Denmark

Phone:
45-27-250-505