A cultural walk in Copenhagen: From history to food and diversity

  •  12.10.2017
  •  Woact

Hop in your good hiking shoes and experience Copenhagen. Both the cultural, colonial and everything in between, on just one walk. For those who know Copenhagen, nothing can measure with a walk when the sun is shining, and this applies to all seasons. Below, Woact guides a great day with a long walk in Copenhagen.

A cultural walk in Copenhagen: From history to food and diversity

1. Kastellet
The walk starts at Kastellet, which is one of the best-preserved fortresses in northern Europe. The large area is beautiful and you can experience both nice old half-timbered houses typical for Copenhagen and beautiful green areas. The fortification system has a special charm throughout the year and a peaceful atmosphere with will be seen a long walk. Read more...

2. Amalienborg
Go greet at the Royal Family. Amalienborg, the Danish Royal Family's residence, is one of the most beautiful places in Copenhagen and is a must when going for a walk in Copenhagen. The four baroque palaces are majestic in their decorations and the place itself is worth seeing. If you are lucky you can experience a change of guard with the Royal Life Guard. At Amalienborg, there are also views of both the Marble Church and the Opera House, which are also large cultural buildings in Copenhagen. Read more...

A cultural walk in Copenhagen: From history to food and diversity

3. The Marble Church
The cultural walk continues in the field of architecture to see yet another beautiful building. The marble church's unique dome makes the cityscape more beautiful and the church can not only be seen from the outside, but more beauty awaits you inside. Many statuettes, lots of architectural detail and a blissful feel are amongst other things is what the majestic church has to offer. Read more...

4. Copenhagen Street Food
From the Marble Church and onto Copenhagen Street Food, you can go through Nyhavn and across The Kissing Bridge. On Papirøen, Copenhagen Street Food offers a sensory experience with delicious food and drinks for everyone. There is everything the heart desires from all over the world, in pleasant surroundings and if the weather allows it you can enjoy a nice meal, a cocktail or just a drink outside. Read more...

5. Christiania
The walk ends at Christiania, a place where anarchism meets love. Christiania is a great place to experience creativity, art and diversity. The historic sanctuary invites everyone to experience all that the place has to offer, such as drinking a beer or soda at Nemoland, watching a concert or discovering all the alternative homes and greeting the Christianites. Read more...



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