SHOPPING. Paustian. Paustian sells furniture and accessories in a three-story building designed by Dane Jrn Utzon, the architect of the Sydney Opera House. You can also have a gourmet meal at the highly acclaimed Restaurant Paustian (it's open for lunch and dinn
Copenhagen Jazz Festival. Copenhagen Jazz Festival. "The Old Harbor - Copenhagen Jazz Festival"
SIGHTS. Apoteket Lejonet. At the southeastern corner of Stortorget, Apoteket Lejonet was founded in 1571 - it's the city's oldest pharmacy and is still in business, with a dazzling 19th-century interior.
SIGHTS. Vor Frue Kirke (copenhagen Cathedral). Vor Frue Kirke (the Church of Our Lady) serves as Copenhagen's cathedral, and was completely rebuilt thrice (in 1316, 1738 and 1829), after being destroyed by fires.
SIGHTS. Fredriksdals Friluftsmuseum. One of Swedens best open-air museums, Fredriksdals Friluftsmuseum is based around an 18th-century manor house, with a street of old houses, a childrens farm, a graphics museum and blissfully leafy grounds. Local wildflowers grace the
SHOPPING. Illum. Illum is a large shopping center on Copenhagen's most popular shopping street, Strget.
SIGHTS. Assistens Kirkegård (assistens Cemetery). This peaceful, leafy cemetery in the heart of Nørrebro is the final resting place of numerous great Danes, including Søren Kierkegaard (whose last name actually means "cemetery"), Hans Christian Andersen, and physicist Niels Bohr. In summer the cemet
ENTERTAINMENT. Harbo Bar. Recycled interiors, cheap drinks and the odd exhibition or performance make this lo-fi bar the new hot spot for Nørrebro’s cool creatives.