Copenhagen was born for walking, while its narrow streets are filled with historical buildings. The capital of Denmark controverts any stereotypes about the Nordic countries, as people are friendly, the streets are filled with music and light, and the houses are in all the colors of the rainbow.
The street Strogat (Strøget) - the longest and oldest pedestrian zone in Europe - has the best cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops and luxury boutiques in the city. There are always street musicians and clowns. According to legend, many streets nearby Strogat have ghosts.
One of the most elegant areas of the city Nyhavn is very close to a spacious new royal square.
Copenhagen is a city with incredible concentration of attractions on one square meter. It is very old, but its inhabitants are young and full of energy. They go to the colored clothes, smile at each other and seem to be the happiest people in the world.
Shopping in Copenhagen is expensive, but the Scandinavian Masters clothing famous for high quality, and the unprecedented figure sits well. Pick out a great outfit can even second-hand. The high concentration of clothing stores there in the street Klosterstraede.
Although the temperature rarely drops below 10, get a warmer outfit in two main city malls called Magasin and Illum.