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Our guide to Amager by our Copenhagen local expert - Amager is home to Kastrup airport but is mostly a residential area. In recent years Amager has seen build-up of design commercial and residential housing close to the airport in an area called Örestaden. There you will find design residential housing like M-husene and Fields shopping center, the largest one in Scandinavia.
Our guide to Christiania by our Copenhagen local expert - Founded in 1971 in an area of former military barracks Christiania is a self-proclaimed free town. Christiania is today a partly self governed society that does not obey all laws of Denmark. Since its foundation, Christiania has been a dispute regarding the society that does not 'follow the rules' in many cases.
Our guide to Christianshavn by our Copenhagen local expert - This mostly residential area situated on a artificial island was once a working class neigbourhhood but today the city´s trendy and bohemian part with some of the best restaurants in Copenhagen located there.
Our guide to Kongens Nytorv by our Copenhagen local expert - Kongens Nytorv (e. Kings new square) is for many the symbol of Copenhagen with landmark buildings such as Magasin du Nord, D´Angleterre Hotel and the Royal Theatre creating an impressive surroundings.
Our guide to Nyhavn by our Copenhagen local expert - A symbol for Copenhagen with multi colored houses, Nyhavn is a nice little area by the harbor where tourists and locals alike go for a relaxing time by the water. The pedestrian streets are filled with restaurants with tables outside and small shops can be found in the side streets. In good weather over the summer time Nyhavn is usually a very busy place, sometimes with live music and art act performed on the streets.
Our guide to Radhuspladsen by our Copenhagen local expert - Råhuspladsen (e. City hall square) is, like Kongens Nytorv, the beginning or the end of Ströget shopping street, depending on which end you begin.
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