Despite calling itself Cafe Rex, this is probably more your regular Copenhagen late-night Bierstube, if not a pub in the ... More
Despite calling itself Cafe Rex, this is probably more your regular Copenhagen late-night Bierstube, if not a pub in the British sense. Up one flight of stairs, a very varied audience finds a bar that does not close until the early hours. The clientele can consist of older men, office workers or Greenlanders, as well as kids straight out of high school. The atmosphere is typically very jolly, loud and unrestrained, but rarely reaches the unpleasant.
Copenhagen's oldest wine bar, this place was established in 1723. There is a strict no music policy, which leaves room
for an impressive, mature atmosphere created by the vintage crowd and well preserved rooms. It is situated centrally on ...
The Grand Central Station (Kbenhavns Hovedbanegård) is the center for all train traffic in Copenhagen as well as Denmark. From
Central Station, you can travel to the forest as well as the beaches with the S train. You will ...
Grand Teatret is large art house cinema close to Rådhuspladsen (the Town Hall Square) and Copenhagen's most popular shopping street,
Strget . The cozy atmosphere of the surroundings has diffused into the cafe and the lobby of the cinema. ...