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Whether you have jumped on a bike or are just wandering the charming streets of Copenhagen on foot, you will come across many delightful locations, cafés and bars. Here we highlight three places to aim for if you are looking for a taste of the real Copenhagen. With excellent cocktails and other fun experiences, don’t miss these must-see destinations.

Axel Towers


The National Scala entertainment complex once stood opposite Tivoli Gardens. In that same location today, you will find Copenhagen’s new prestige building Axel Towers, which is a recent project by Architect Lene Tranberg from Lundberg & Tranberg. If you are interested in new Danish architecture, there is plenty of opportunity to explore the five interconnected organic towers of varying heights, which house offices, shops, restaurants and green oases. Make sure to visit the sky bar, Trio Restaurant & Bar, one of the latest endeavours by the team behind Michelin-starred restaurant AOC.



The spectacular Amager Resource Center, a.k.a. Copenhill or the Ski Slope, will be completed in autumn 2018. Designed by BIG, it makes an important contribution to Copenhagen’s goal to be one of the world’s first carbon-neutral capitals. The project is visible from all over the city and has been long-anticipated, not least because of the artificial ski slope on its roof, which Copenhageners of all ages are looking forward to trying.



Brønnum Cocktail Bar is situated in a listed building behind the Royal Danish Theatre at August Bournonvilles Passage 1, where there has been a bar and a restaurant for more than 125 years. Down the years, Brønnum has been a favourite meeting place for city dwellers, creatives and writers, including Hans Christian Andersen. Brønnum has recently been elegantly refurbished, and a visit is like stepping into Copenhagen of old. Their Pisco Express cocktail is particularly delicious.