Copenhagen GuideCopenhagen is the capital of Denmark and what a million Danes call home. This "friendly old girl of a town" is big enough to be a metropolis with shopping, culture and nightlife par excellence, yet still small enough to be intimate, safe and easy to navigate. HotelsFind hotels in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Hvidovre, Kastrup, Gentofte and more, including Hotel CPH Living, Crowne Plaza Hotel Copenhagen Towers, Hilton Copenhagen Airport, Arctic Janus Copenhagen, Hotel D'Angleterre Copenhagen, Stay Copenhagen and Bed and Breakfast Copenhagen. AttractionsDiscover attractions around Copenhagen including Copenhagen Opera House, Rosenborg Castle and Royal Treasure, The Marble Church, Royal Danish PlayHouse, Koncerthuset, Forum Copenhagen and Børsen.
Popular in CopenhagenIndre ByIndre By is the central area of Copenhagen, bounded by the lakes circling the inner city and the harbour, it reflects the entire city’s extent during the reign of King Christian IV, when the town was fortified. Northern suburbsThe Northern suburbs is a green suburban district north of Copenhagen. The ghetto of the wealthy, the Whiskey belt; the nicknames … ØsterbroØsterbro is a mainly residential district of Copenhagen, just north of the inner city.
In CopenhagenNørrebroNørrebro is a district in Copenhagen, and the most multicultural part of the city, with a large concentration of middle eastern … AmagerAmager is a district and island southwest of central Copenhagen, covering some some 96 km², and mostly notable as the home of Copenhagen Airport and the charming old fishing hamlet of Dragør. VesterbroVesterbro is located just outside Copenhagen’s city center - the Inner City or Indre By - making it a very attractive place to live, also included are the districts of Sydhavnen. VestegnenVestegnen is a suburban district west of inner Copenhagen, Denmark, mostly build up during the 1970-80s. FrederiksbergFrederiksberg is in Copenhagen. Frederiksberg might look as a part of Copenhagen to a traveller. ChristianshavnChristianshavn is a district east of the inner city of Copenhagen. Once a working-class neighbourhood, today Christianshavn is a trendy part of the city with its own unique identity. ChristianiaChristiania is a self-governing "free town" established in 1971, a city within the city, on the site of a military barracks as an alternative to mainstream culture.