What to do – University of Copenhagen

What to do in Copenhagen

Copenhagen updates

Good sites for getting the latest news and events are AOK ("alt om københavn" = all about Copenhagen) or the online edition of The Copenhagen Post, the Danish news in English that also offers an In&Out Guide.

Restaurants

On a budget (main courses under DKK 150,-)

  • Manfreds & Vin Jægersborggade 40, Cph. N. Phone 36 96 65 93
  • Kung Fu II (Japanese) Ravnsborggade 16B, Cph. N. Phone 40 63 69 76
  • Madklubben Madklubben has several restaurants with the same concept ( fx one course DKK 100,- two courses DKK 150,-) please check website
  • Cofoco Cofoco has several restaurants with different price levels, please check website

Want to spend a little more?

  • Almanak (Danish) Havnegade 44, Cph. K. Phone 72 14 88 08
  • Rebel (French and Danish) St. Kongensgade 52, Cph. K. Phone 33 32 32 09
  • Mash (Modern American) Bredgade 20, Cph K. Phone 33 13 93 00

"Big spender"

  • AOC (one Michelin star) Dr. Tværgade 2, Cph. K. Phone 33 11 11 45
  • Geist Kongens Nytorv 8, Cph. K. Phone 33 13 37 13
  • Geranium (three Michelin stars) P.H. Lings Allé 4, Cph. Ø. Phone 69 96 00 20

Vegetarian

  • Botaniq Frederiksborggade 26, Cph K. Phone 33 36 33 30

 

Copenhagen on a budget - inexpensive things to do

  • Almost mandatory is the harbour trip starting at Nyhavn. To companies (DFDS and Netto Tours) offer the canal trip and are equally fine, though the latter charges only the half (DFDS Canal Tours 75 DKK, Netto Tours 40 DKK).
  • The Church of Our Saviour in Christianshavn offers a great view over the city, however, there are 400 steps up to the top and you shouldn't suffer from vertigo...
  • Tips from Wonderful Copenhagen