Founded in 1971, Christiania is an anarchic part of Denmark. It was set up as a direct result of the student uprisings of the ... More
Founded in 1971, Christiania is an anarchic part of Denmark. It was set up as a direct result of the student uprisings of the 1960s. Today, Christiania is home to some 750 outsiders and is a free city, which means that it is not part of the city, the country, or the European Union. It is a lively place and there are always lots of activities happening. One of the original ideas was to have a 'no car town', but nowadays the inhabitants have trouble finding parking spaces outside the district because of the multitude of tourist buses. Visitors should be aware that the sale of drugs is legal here, and that dogs run around the streets freely. Guided tours can be arranged.
A jouney back to the 60's. Take the time to meet the locals. They are friendly if you leave your overbearing American attitude back in the states.I've been to Copenhagen 4 times, always visit Christiana and can't wait to get back.
Frihavnen forms the outer part of the Copenhagen Harbour . Way back, the biggest ships docked in at Frihavnen before
setting out on long voyages to Port Said and the East. After having finished the day's work, men living ...
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 ...
Royal Copenhagen Crystal on Amagertorv is located next to Royal Copenhagen's porcelain establishment. On the ground level of the crystal
store, a large collection of crystals, wine glass sets, vases, bowls and other glassware is on display for the ...