Shopping in the Latin Quarter in Copenhagen

Annika's tips for getting to know Denmark

Join Denmark's travel trade representative in the UK, Annika Skjoldborg, as she gives you a personal tour of her top places to visit in Denmark.

I grew up around the island of Sealand, but have grown to become quite the Copenhagener. Slightly biased, I’ll make the claim that Copenhagen is the best city in the world. However, Denmark is much more than Copenhagen, which is also reflected in my personal recommendations of places to visit.

Superkilen Park Nørrebro Spring

Explore the streets of multicultural Nørrebro

I love all of Copenhagen, but my heart in particular beat for the multicultural neighbourhood that is Nørrebro. This part of the city is best explored walking aimlessly around while looking up, as it contains many hidden treasures to come across, that locals don’t even know about. My favourite place is Superkilen. An odd urban park containing items from more than 50 countries to honour the diversity in the area. In my opinion the Nørrebro food scene is also the best in Copenhagen, and it gets better every year.