Inner City

This area is the innermost part of Copenhagen, the heart of the City, which has a population of around 50,000, which is roughly nine percent of the entire population of Copenhagen municipality. You are going to encounter some of Copenhagen’s best attractions in this part of the City plus lovely cafes and restaurants. There are more opportunities for shopping than you could ever dream of.  
Take a walk on Strøget, one of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe, if shopping is what you are after. If you are hungry for a bit of culture and history, why not rent a bike and make your own adventure?  Don't forget a trip to the exciting area called Nyhavn.  From here you can take a canal tour of the city.
Check below for more interesting stuff to see and do while visiting this part of the City.
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