Enjoy Copenhagen on your own

Rain or shine, Copenhagen is always wonderful. There are plenty of good reasons to enjoy the city at any time. Read on for tips on where to go and what to do. You get links to everything, so you can read more yourself. Enjoy!

Exploring the city on two wheels

Copenhagen is made for biking! But it's helpful to know the rules. Read tips and rules for biking in Copenhagen here.
There are plenty of places where you can rent a bike near Studieskolen: Copenhagen Bicycles and Bike Tours Copenhagen.
Tempted to go sightseeing on your bike? May we suggest The architectural BIG bike tour.
You can see other interesting bike routes here.

Canals, beaches and the harbour

One of Copenhagen's loveliest features is the fact that the city is surrounded by water. Make use of it, see Copenhagen from the shore or go for a refreshing dip.

Copenhagen by kayak
Rent a kayak and sail around Copenhagen's canals.
You can rent a kayak here and here.
You could also visit Green Island, and you can read about GreenKayak here.

Copenhagen by GoBoat
Rent a small motor boat and sail around Copenhagen's harbour and canals. Read more over on Goboat or at Visit Copenhagen.
Copenhagen by harbour bus
Copenhagen has a harbour bus, which functions as a regular city bus - except it is a boat! Read more and plan your trip here.

Jump in the harbour
There are many places you can bathe in Copenhagen. Two very popular spots are Islands Brygge and Sandkajen.
You can even combine Sandkajen with a tour of Nordhavn, walking around and taking in the scene. Read more here.

Jump in the sea
Are you up for swimming in the sea? You can do so here.

Snacks and hygge in Copenhagen

Reffen – Copenhagen Street Food - you can read about it here and here.
Torvehallerne – Food Market and Street Food
Nice walks in Copenhagen
Assistens Cemetery
Art stories in Copenhagen
Here is a route with public art. There is also a guide on Instagram. (Both are in Danish).

Copenhagen in the rain

There are plenty of activities in Copenhagen, even when it rains. Here is a selection.

The Cisterns on Frederiksberg 
DAC - Danish Architecture Center 
The National Museum of Denmark, currently hosting a Viking exhibit 
SMK - The National Gallery of Denmark
Glyptoteket - ancient and modern art  
Boghallen, international book shop and café 
Copenhagen by sightseeing bus