The most inspiring places in Copenhagen, Denmark

Sometime to go with your daily life  reaching your aim you need some inspiration from the outside. Copenhagen is the place for that. It has plenty of artistic and encouraging places which you definitely have to visit. It not only excite you, but also make you want to share the message with others.

Tivoli Gardens

You can start to hear frightened screams when enter the street near Tivoli.

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Rollercoaster and fun

Tivoli Gardens is an amusement park which at different occasions transform itself into magical places. On Christmas it creates a wonderful place which smells like cinnamon, gingerbread and home, on Helloween it has hundreds of carved pumpkins and scary toys, on Easters they have chickens and bunnies which run free in the park. If you go to Tivoli Gardens not on season of any celebrations then you can enjoy wonderful park where you find Chinatown, Taj Mahal and of course rollercoasters!!! The variety of rollercoaster is astonishing and you can definitely find what you will like. When you go to Copenhagen look what is new in Tivoli and be prepared that it will blow your mind.

Reffen

Paper Island a huge building of street foods were demolished and a new hipster place Reffen were born for new tasty experiences. The aim of the project at Refshaleøen (Reffen) is to make a wilder space for entrepreneurs in creativity and food with inspiration from street food markets and entrepreneur hubs from all around world. Reffen is amazing just because of the vibe this place gives you, everybody are just chilling as they like and the variety of food is enormous. There you will get Indian, Mexican, Italian, Thai foods or maybe you want something sweet like crepes with ice cream. So if you are searching for a great meal in Copenhagen then this is the place for sure. Additionally, this place offers some workshops and events so take a look at it.

Colourful Reffen

Christiania

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Christiania

There are so much things to say about Christiania also known as Freetown of Christiania. It is a neighborhood where you will find the creative, artistic and free spirits of Copenhagen. In 1971 a couple of hippies decided to create their own town and  society which is free from the government of Denmark. They made up their own rules and still live by it. In this freetown it is not allowed to take pictures, mostly of drug sales which is happening in Christiania. Go there, be polite, do not make a fuzz and just be inspired by culture which is created in Christiania.

I hope those places also inspire your day or even your life and help you to create a new adventure.

 

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Cheryl H says:

    OMG Reffen… I’m staying in Raffen next trip!… although I’ve never heard of Christiania, could be a toss up between the two. Greta insight , thank you!

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  2. This only magnifies my desire to see Denmark. To say inspire, would be an understatement. People always claim/complain that Scandaniva is really expensive to travel to and within. Is this your experience with Copenhagen?

    Thanks for sharing. Keep travel blogging. Adventure is better shared with friends!

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  3. I loved Copenhagen when I visited, and went to all the places you mentioned, except Reffen and the food place! Christiania was very interesting, and now I’ve seen it, I wouldn’t return!

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  4. This Wanderlust Heart says:

    I’ve been wanting to go to Copenhagen for such a long time! Out of the places you listed I think I would love Trivoli Gardens the best!

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  5. bye:myself says:

    Although I’ve been to Copenhagen a couple of times, I’ve never heard of Reffen before. I found the whole concept of Christiania really interesting and find it fascinating that this alternative way of living has been kept up all these years.

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  6. Interesting list of places to see in Copenhagen. I will definitely go there someday. I would love to try out the local cuisine, however, since multi-ethnic cuisines are also available in India.

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