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Best things to do in Indre By

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Theme Park
“Tivoli is a cornucopia of experiences, from wild rides to good dinners and great concerts, and a must for anyone visiting Copenhagen.”
1240 locals recommend
Food Court
“Its right next to Nørreport metro station and in the middle of the city which means you can enjoy the time at Torvehallerne and decide to go to next destination easily. Torvehallerne offers everything from gourmet chocolate, small food stands and delights to fresh fish, exotic spices and freshly brewed coffee. Over 60 stands are ready with the delicacies of the world - some to take home, others to eat on site.”
1002 locals recommend
Beach
“Christiania is a hippie sanctuary in the middle of Copenhagen, and arguably one of Denmark's biggest tourist attractions.”
1167 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“A classic place to visit. The Little Mermaid is a piece of the Danish history from H.C. Andersen’s famous farytale. ”
623 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Great art. Interesting architecture, check out the view over Østre Anlæg. Make up your own mind about the café. Food & drinks in Copenhagen costs...”
522 locals recommend
Neighborhood
“Meetpacker district is a nice place to visit popular restaurants and bars. The audiance age (20-29) Try out NO-HO eller "Mesteren and Lærlingen" - My favorites bars there.”
1084 locals recommend
Park
“Picnic in The kings garden is one of my favorite things to do! aaaaand if you don't like cooking, there are wonderful cafes that does to-go in the area around the park”
491 locals recommend
Palace
“Amailien Borg is the home of the Royal Family. Beautiful architecture and interesting traditions. Be tager at 1200 to see the Royal Queens Guard changing the guard. A very impressive sight indeed! ”
453 locals recommend
Pedestrian Plaza
“The most famous shopping street in Copenhagen. You will find most shops you are looking for around this area. ”
517 locals recommend
Bay
“Stroll down the canals of Nyhavn surrounded by beautiful and colorful buildings and a nice atmosphere. Ps. don't eat here if you're traveling on a budget :) ”
374 locals recommend
History Museum
“The National Museum is Denmark's cultural-historical main museum. The museum exhibits among other things about Denmark's Ancient and Middle Ages and the People of the Earth. The museum also has a coin and medal collection. Old banknotes, medals, and coins are on display here. Price: 75,- for adults - Children under 18 are free. Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 10 - 17 Monday: Closed”
197 locals recommend
Department Store
“All seven floor Magasin contains fashion, home, beauty, toys, kitchenware, groceries and delicacies. As a special service on the women's floor, you can get a personal shopper to show you around. Magasin du Nord also has a small museum, where changing exhibitions describe the department store Magasin du Nord's history. The 1A bus stops right outside ”
199 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“A simple walk around the lakes in Copenhagen always seems to be refreshing and relaxing - and gives special experience of the city's center. The Lakes are historically a part of a larger defense complex built as a fortress around the city. Yes, a couple of hundred years ago, that was all there was :-)”
324 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Kastellet is a well maintained star fortification. In the 19th century it has been used as a prison and was later taken over by German forces during the second World War. The area comprise of a Dutch-style windmill, a citadel with grassy battlements. The area can be accessed through on of the two bridges that connect it to the rest of the city.”
326 locals recommend
Men's Store
“Lovely cinema, beautiful setting. Also right by Tappieret Brus, the mecca for beer lovers. ”
254 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Escape the busy city and enjoy the ancient history of art found in the peaceful and naturalistic environment of Glyptoteket”
216 locals recommend