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This area is a hidden gem of Copenhagen. The army barracks of the old town are still in use today. Visit the area and enjoy the beautiful surrounds where the famous "Little Mermaid" sits on a rock overlooking the ocean.
Walked back to town through here having been to see the Little Mermaid. It consists of an old military barracks surrounded by some very impressive earthwork defenses and a moat. You can walk around freely and also up onto the ramparts where you can also...More
We wandered through this on our way to the Little Mermaid statue. What made it stand out to us was the number of locals who were jogging or strolling through at the same time. We didn't feel like the tourists we were and enjoyed the...More
The hop on hop off bus audioguide didn't say much about this place, but I decided to see around. The first you can see are the colourful military barracks buit in the typical architectural style of the region. If you go further there's an old...More
Home to the largest number of embassies in Copenhagen, Inner Oesterbro has Østerbrogade and Nordre Frihavnsgade streets where shopping for clothes and modern Danish design is a must, particularly if you're not on at budget. There exists a great array of cafés and restaurants, from the reasonably priced to pricier Michelin ones. Fælledparken, one of the largest recreational areas in Denmark, is a park home to the
Copenhagen Carnival as well as one of the world’s largest relay runs, with thousands of teams competing over several days.