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We walked through the Latin Quarter whilst doing some shopping in Copenhagen. There are plenty of stores to look in and things to admire in the area. There is a really good vibe in the area and definitely worth having a little look when in...More
Most of our time in Copenhagen was spent taking long walks through the central city area.
While on one of these walks heading for Oerstedsparken, we found ourselves in the Latin Quarter.
It is a fascinating neighbourhood full of small, quirky shops eateries and some...More
The area has a nice vibe to it and the stores here are different to those that you'll find on stroget. I'd say this is a new favorite areas as it has many vintage stores and great places to eat. The only downside is that...More
Don't get me wrong, if you like unique little stores and people watching, this is a great place. But lots of cities have places like this, so this is not particularly unique. It just depends what you are looking to do.
The Latin Quarter is a great place to wander around. It is full of secondhand bookshops and cafes and is the kind of place you could go to repeatedly and have a different experience each time. Be sure to stop by Grabrodretorv (Grey Friars' Square)...it's...More
This area around Our Lady's Square has been a centre for learning and thus use of the Latin language since the Middle Ages.Most of the student life has now been relocated to four new campuses but the area is still known for its lively atmosphere....More
They call this area a city within a city. There are lots of cafes, coffee houses and boutiques of local artists. This is near the University. Although it is bustling with people, it doesn't feel touristy like in Stroeget. Put this on your list if...More
You're not going to miss much if you can't make it to the Latin Quarter. It's got some of the oldest buildings in the city and the super fun Rundetarn (Round Tower), but it's basically the Copenhagen version of the NYU neighborhood in New York.
This is the heart of old town Copenhagen, with its blend of charming old buildings and bold new architecture, broad avenues and tiny streets as well as picturesque canals and a modern harbor. The inner city is home to the Royal Danish Theatre, which consists of three buildings, two of which are new and situated on the harbor front. The streets, squares and venues of the inner city and its surrounding
neighborhoods, are alive all year round with everything from jazz festivals to outdoor ice skating rinks and parachuting at the lakes right in the center of the city. This compact area boasts beautiful old castles, tranquil parks, and bustling squares where you can always find a bench to stretch out your legs whenever you need a break.