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Fælledparken continues into Outer Oesterbro, where Parken (Denmark's national soccer stadium) is located. In the middle of Outer Oesterbro you’ll find Østre Gasværk, which is a popular theatre located in an old (brick-wall) gas cylinder. Travel to the easternmost part of Outer Oesterbro to reach Nordhavn, a harbour area where most of the development is over water, showcasing Copenhagen's constant development. Nordhavn is home to the UN City and to pricey penthouse apartments which, on a clear day, can see all the way to Sweden.
The venue has plenty of trampolines and lots of activities to keep adults and children interested. I would recommend visiting here if you’re in Copenhagen.
We travelled from Copenhagen centre and the taxi cost around 300dkk.
Food was reasonably priced however we did have wait about 10/15 minutes for a pizza and a chicken and pesto sandwich.
We travel once per year to watch a football derby across Europe. I thought that Danish Derby Fc Kopenhagen vs Brondby will be mild, and the fans WERE CRAZY! Flares, explosions, and Coreo! Wild like South Europeans.
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I had high hopes for Geranium and it did not disappoint.
It felt a little incongruous navigating around the bottom of a stadium looking for a restaurant but the entrance became very obvious once we rounded the corner. Opening the ground floor door, we received a warm welcome from two members of staff and were escorted up in the lift...
"Enjoy a burger and help the environment! A win-win for everyone!"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by BeginTravel2020
The Soul burger was fantastic! Even meat lovers will walk away satisfied. The sweet potato fries were the perfect side dish with some killer wasabi mayo. The restaurant has a great vibe with healthy food. I will definitely be back next time I am in Copenhagen.
This is a popular restaurant, booking is strongly advised. The choice of dishes is modern classical French, as is the cooking! The food was good, but not quite at the level that would justify the high prices. A pleasant place, not large. Service was attentive, without rushing customers.
Our party of 20 enjoyed the great view from the “silo”, and had fun with the binoculars at the table for zooming in on ships and the seaplane. Plenty of fun, because the servings came in a rather slow pace. For a three course lunch, staying from noon to past three pm is a long time. First course was smoked...
We LOVED our stay at Charlottehaven!!
Great LOCATION- only a couple of very short train stops from nearly everything. The actual hotel is quiet and in a neighborhood (which we enjoyed). It is still very much in the city. The trains were very easy to navigate. I loved being able to take a quick ride into the hustle bustle of...