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Explore Copenhagen as a local

From hipster Vesterbro to the calm green spaces in Frederiksberg, the neighbourhoods of Copenhagen have something for every taste

Explore the parts of the city less traveled by visitors and enjoy Copenhagen as a local. With all the neighbourhoods closely connected with public transport and within walking or biking distance of each other, you will have the chance to tap into all the everyday wonders Copenhagen has to offer.

  • The neighbourhoods

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      Frequently referred to as the world’s most liveable city, Copenhagen’s neighbourhoods lets you explore the Danish way of living in four unique ways.

      Where Frederiksberg offers a classic and chic atmosphere with independent shops and green areas, Vesterbro has become the hippest place in town with vintage shops, diverse restaurants and a buzzling night life.

      Closer to the vibe in Frederiksberg but still its own, you have Østerbro offering ‘hygge’ cafes within a short distance from the sea and lakes of Copenhagen. Lastly, step into Copenhagen’s multicultural, Nørrebro, with a vibrant atmosphere and some of the city’s best hang out spots.

      Find out more about the neighbourhoods of Copenhagen here

    Public transport in Copenhagen

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      Explore Copenhagen with your City Pass

      Enjoy unlimited travel on buses, trains and the metro with your City Pass from the moment you arrive in Copenhagen airport. With a City Pass ticket in your pocket, you can easily and inexpensively travel around Copenhagen. It is also valid through the night, when many buses and trains are in operation. In a few quick steps, you can choose how much coverage and how many days you need for your stay. 

      Credit: Photographer, Thomas Høyrup Christensen, Copenhagen Media Center

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      Get around Copenhagen’s neighbourhoods in 24 min

      The public transport in Copenhagen is reliable, safe and easy to use. Whether you plan to go sightseeing in the heart of Copenhagen or to experience the local neighbourhoods, public transport is the obvious choice when it comes to getting around – and you are always in short walking distance from a station or a bus stop.

      And now the public transport has got even better. Jump onboard Copenhagen’s new metro line, M3 Circle Line, that connects the City Centre with the neighbourhoods of Østerbro, Nørrebro, Frederiksberg and Vesterbro. With approximately 2 minutes per stop, the Circle Line gives you the chance to discover each of the neighbourhoods’ different personalities, parklands, attractions and restaurants in no time.

      Credit: Metroselskabet / Ditte Valente