Images of various elements of Danish culture, architecture, neighborhoods and landscape.
With biking a way of life in Copenhagen, the best way to see the city is by bicycle. After an easy 30-minute ride from port, with local guide you will explore top sights and hidden corners, including Tivoli Gardens, Amalienborg Palace and Nyhavn. Then on to Christiania for a walk through the commune’s walkways and buildings as you immerse yourself in its unique atmosphere. After a break for coffee (own expense), rejoin your bicycle for a ride across the Oresund Bridge to Malmo. In Malmo, explore the city center’s medieval streets tracing its history from industrial boomtown to hip place to live. Lastly head to the Moderna Museet where works by Dalí, Picasso and Warhol are among the highlights of this gallery spanning 100 years of contemporary art.
Freetown Christiania is one of the most unique and interesting neighbourhoods you’ll find in Copenhagen. Known for its street art and graffiti, this self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood brings a colourful vibe to the city.
“A culture that’s more a lifestyle than an attitude.”