Copenhagen from the seaside
I recommend going on a harbour cruise. Spend an hour relaxing, enjoy the sea breeze on your face, and get a view of Copenhagen from the seaside. Every time I go, I promise myself I’ll go more often. If you’re on a tight budget or just don’t care too much about having a tour guide who speaks seven languages, the Netto boats are a really great option.
Anders, 36, actor
Go to Osteria 16 on Haderslevgade 16 in Vesterbro, a really cosy Italian restaurant. There’s only room for a few tables, so the atmosphere is very intimate, almost like visiting a private home. The prices are reasonable, but remember to book a table in advance!
Clara, 28, school teacher
Louisiana's little sister
I recommend going to the museum Ordrupgaard in the north of Copenhagen – I see it as sort of a little sister to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Ordrupgaard consists of a beautiful, old museum building, and the extension to the building made by star architect Zaha Hadid is a cool contrast. The museum has a lovely permanent art park, and is stunningly situated in the midst of nature. Take your bike for a lovely ride to the museum and combine it with a visit to the forest park Dyrehaven nearby.
Mette, 32, upper secondary school teacher