This town offers a lot of things to do, to see, to feel, to live. Lovely coffee shops, green parks, marketplaces and nice boutiques are spread all over the town. A lot of Nordic design stores which are so inspirational. I wanted to buy literally everything. We were a lot on the run, but still, we enjoyed many hyggelige* spot’s. *Hygge – The Danish Way of Happy Living.

What to do In Copenhagen


For living, I recommend renting an AirBnB in Frederiksberg. There you will also find lovely brunch places. As mentioned, it’s a biycycle city. So rent one and explore from the city center to Svanemølle Beach.

The touristy thing to do is walking up and down Nyhaven and enjoy the colourful houses. Tivoli Garden is a fun park with rollercoasters, I would avoid. The little mermaid is worth rolling by, but she’s tiny.

I love markets, if you do as well visit Tovernehallerne. For shopping, walk down Strøget. I found a wonderful coat at Acne Studios and I have loved the tea from of A.C.Perch.


  • Mad & Kaffee Vesterbro
  • Rist Cafe
  • Ipsen & Co
  • Café Sokkelund
  • The next door cafe
  • Bowl Market
  • Apotek 57


  • Restaurationen
  • Hidden Dim Sum
  • Blue Taco
  • Sukiyaki
  • Reffen Street Food Festival


  • Atze Peng
  • The Bird & the Churchkey
  • Curfew
  • Ruby