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Inner City

The Inner City can be defined as the metropolis of Copenhagen, which encompasses the oldest district of Copenhagen with pretty narrow streets and original houses. The city centre is full of shops, bars, restaurants, parks, numerous canals and of course the Nyhavn, the wonderful harbour of Copenhagen. The main street of Inner City is Strøget, which goes from the town hall square to Kongens Nytorv. Strøget is always frequented by a myriad of street performers, but do not forget to take a trip to the pretty side streets like Frederiksberggade, Nygade and Vimmelskaftet.
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Frederiksberg

Frederiksberg is a fashionable part of Copenhagen with excellent shopping opportunities and green areas. It is considered to be posher than Nørrebro and Vesterbro and people living here are usually slightly older and more established. The main street through Frederiksberg is Gammel Kongevej - ‘Old Kings Road’. Shopping is great in this neighbourhood with a variety of clothing shops as well as sushi restaurants, cafes and delicacy shops. The same is true for Værnedamsvej, which is seen as cosy, yet cool. Frederiksberg is also a green oasis with Frederiksberg Gardens, the romantic garden of the Faculty of Life Sciences and Søndermarken.
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Nørrebro

Vibrant, colourful, casual and young at heart, Nørrebro is a magic area of Copenhagen. Here you will find trendy bars and fashionable designer shops next door to dodgy dive bars and cheap kebab places. If you are into small design shops head for Elmegade or Jægersborggade, and if you like antiques Ravnsborggade is the place for you to head to. At Sankt Hans Torv and the streets around it you have plenty of choices for dinner and drinks. And at Assistens Cemetery you can visit the grave of famous Danes, such as the famous fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen or philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, or get inspired by the Nørrebro citizens and relax in the park.
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