Alternative guide to Copenhagen
Super charming Anna and Florian from Berlin based blog Kalinka.Kalinka stayed with us when they came to Copenhagen in the beginning of last month. Their blog is super stylish, with amazing photography and a great mix of interesting finds. Their blog is full of guides to up-to-date things to see, do, and buy, both in the real and the online worlds of fashion, design, and cool things around town (mostly Berlin). Check out their guide to Copenhagen, where they chose to focus on the best streets for maximum recommendation value!
“This small charming street often served as our starting point. Here you will find cafes and restaurants and small stores with everything your heart desires. Our favourites are Grød, the bakery Meyers Bageri, and the ceramic studio Inge Vincents.”
“A relatively inconspicuous street, that, however, has even more to offer. For example, the concept store Play Type, Rist Coffee bar, and for the later hours; Granola bar.”
"If you like good food is you need to hike out to the warehouse that houses a wonderful street food market named Copenhagen Street Food. It’s a wonderful place to just sit back, relax and enjoy overlooking the water. All friends of good coffee should also try Henrik Viksbovs Cafe, the Den Plettede Gris."
“This public park seriously impressed us. It is a project of the City of Copenhagen to upgrade the district and represent versatility. The park consists of a conglomeration of objects from over 50 nations. It is best to start at the corner Nørrebrogade and Bragesgade. Here you will find the Red Square who knows how to impress by its color alone. To visit, you should allow a little time so you can look at everything in peace.”