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The popular inner city is the heart of Copenhagen, and its most visited neighbourhood. This historic area is a fantastic place to explore many of the city's cobblestone streets, charming squares, and excellent museums. Once the most destitute area of the city, Vesterbro is still Copenhagen's red-light district, though it's not quite as seedy as similar areas in Amsterdam or Berlin. The neighbourhood's vintage shops and summertime street markets give it a local and independent vibe, while the street art here is perhaps the best in the city.
Vesterbro is a neighbourhood in transition, with an emerging reputation for good food and family living. Take in the area with a stroll along the easternmost of Copenhagen's chain of lakes, or admire the colourful homes on Brumleby and Olufsvej. Locals sit along the water's edge in the summer months, enjoying a picnic or a cold drink, while brave souls can climb the steps up the golden spiral spire of the Church of Our Saviour for sweeping views of Copenhagen.
Christiania's notorious Pusher Street hash market may be the most famous aspect of the Free Town, but its hand-built homes, artists' workshops and natural beauty make for a fascinating look at an unconventional way of life.
The food scene in Christianshavn is as diverse as its residents: it boasts three Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as the world-renowned noma , but also fantastic street food. It's a favourite with families and is filled with beautiful apartment buildings and green spaces. Stylish shops and cafes abound, including Bertels Salon which boasts the best cheesecake in the city. Get more travel inspiration, tips and exclusive offers sent straight to your inbox with our weekly newsletter.
Caroline Hadamitzky. A guide to Copenhagen's neighbourhoods. The image most often associated with Copenhagen is that of colourful buildings and tall ships lining the sparkling waters of Nyhavn. This beautiful and beloved spot in the the aptly named Indre By inner city is undoubtedly the most familiar area for visitors to the city. But look a bit further and you'll discover Copenhagen's other eclectic neighbourhoods, each with a personality all of its own. Related content Food and drink Best sports bars to watch the Super Bowl.