There are fewer nicer places to be on a sunny day than sitting at the outdoor tables of a café on the quayside of the Nyhavn canal. The...
Fronting Kongens Nytorv is Charlottenborg, built in 1683 as a palace for the royal family. Since 1754 Charlottenborg has housed Det...
Brainchild of promoters Simon Frank and Simon Lennet, this is Copenhagen’s ‘It’ club. Occupying a former art gallery, its biggest and...
An atmospheric café right on the canal, this popular spot has an all-you-can-eat buffet with 10 different kinds of herring, including...
Lonely Planet review
A deservedly popular spot, this canal favourite specialises in Danish fare and laces its menu with organic ingredients. Grab a lunch plate of three open-faced sandwiches, or tackle heartier grub such as fried plaice with sautéed capers, tomatoes and spinach. Either way, wash it all down with a river of beer. Open until the crowds die down (it’s popular with cruise passengers), which is usually late.