Venture off the beaten track and you will find a wealth of unique places in Copenhagen. Restaurant Gorilla is situated in the old meat packing district and the menu is well stocked with smaller dishes perfect for sharing. If you are feeling especially adventurous you can leave the menu up to the chef with the 10 or 15 course shareable tasting menu.
Copenhagen is surrounded by a long and rich coastline so it is no surprise that the Danes excel at seafood. For the best Copenhagen has to offer, dining at Musling Bistro is a must where you can experience fresh and sustainable seafood.
Right next to the colourful waterfront canal district of Nyhavn, you will find The Bridge Street Kitchen. With street food from around the world, The Bridge Street Kitchen serves everything from traditional danish ice cream, Latin American food, Asian fusion, Californian salad bowls and of course, the signature Danish smorebrod.
Restaurant Kronborg is a traditional Danish restaurant serving the signature smorebrod sandwiches. The menu features other Danish classics and the cosy atmosphere with heritage wood beams and open fireplace is the perfect setting for the evening.
Inside, the simple elegance epitomises the minimal Danish style yet the menu takes its inspiration from Asia and The Mediterranean as well as Denmark. The fusion restaurant also offers a Japanese breakfast of pickled fish on Saturday mornings.
La Glace is an old school patisserie that has been open since the late 1800s. Serving possibly the best treats in Copenhagen, La Glace has an impressive collection of cakes and pastries to eat in, or take away!
Taking a short canal tour is a great introduction to the beautiful city of Copenhagen and a great way to get to see the top attractions. Choose between a round trip, or a hop on, hop off tour to explore the city.
The gardens are in international attraction with amusement park rides for all ages. During your visit, you will find a wealth of restaurants from fine dining, to quaint waffle stands to sustain you throughout the day.
A visit to Copenhagen is not complete without seeing The Little Mermaid. The bronze statue by Edvard Eriksen is displayed on a rock by the waterside at the Langelinie promenade and is one of the top attractions.
The centre offers exhibitions and guided tours where you can expereince the best of Danish architecture, design and urban culture.
A walk along Nyhavn, or New Harbour, will take you along the colourful waterfront canal. The picturesque waterfront is lined with brightly coloured buildings with plenty of opportunities for good food along the way.