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I visited this street more than once during my short trip to Copenhagen. It's not far from the city by bike. It's also near the cemetery where Hans Christian Anderson is buried.
There are shops for new and used clothes, children's things, environmentally friendly products,...More
Three words: Go. To. Jægersborggade.
We spent a morning wandering through the street and its surroundings, my oh my.. Lots of beautiful handmade jewellery, an incredible ceramics workshop and a lovely hat maker. Add some vintage clothing and good vibrations, and what you get is...More
Thank Matias S
One of Copenhagen's many bicycle “highways” plays an integral part to this neighbourhood as it snakes its way through the city. This bicycle path, which allows you to pass almost unhindered from one end of town to the other, is bordered by green oases, skater parks, benches, cafés and all kinds of other recreational facilities. One of the major squares surrounding the bicycle path is called the Red Square, which offers an
abundance of physical and brain stimulating activities. In one corner of Red Square, Noerrebrohallen is located, a sport centre which offers several activities from squash to badminton to curling.