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    Posted: 01 Nov 2017 at 12:49pm
Hi!

I see a lot of people on here asking questions about Copenhagenand looking for tips. Since I am Danish and live in Copenhagen, I thought I could help you out, should you have any questions.

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any tickets?
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Originally posted by eboue16 eboue16 wrote:

any tickets?


Don't think so. DBA.dk (Danish Craig's List) has some if you search "Irland" but most are overpriced.
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Top 5 things to see in Copenhagen?
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Do Danish people call Danish Pastries just "Pastries" ? 


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Originally posted by Borussia Borussia wrote:

Do Danish people call Danish Pastries just "Pastries" ? 



We actually call it Wienerbrød (Vienna bread) Ermm
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Originally posted by MadsV MadsV wrote:

Originally posted by Borussia Borussia wrote:

Do Danish people call Danish Pastries just "Pastries" ? 



We actually call it Wienerbrød (Vienna bread) Ermm

Hmm - That's a bit strange but thanks for clarifying !

Serious question though - Are there any "different"/novel places that you would recommend for a few drinks or to eat ? 
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Best way to spend 5 hours Saturday morning before booze?

Christiana/Nyhavn?
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Top 5 things to see in Copenhagen?

Christiania
Nørrebro and Vesterbro areas for cool bars and shops
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Nyhavn area (expensive) and Copenhagen Street Food across the pedestrian bridge

Hmm, that's what I can think of

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Any restaurants you would recommend and/or bars?
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Originally posted by BannerGreen BannerGreen wrote:

Best way to spend 5 hours Saturday morning before booze?

Christiana/Nyhavn?

Yeah Christiania is chilled and you can have a walk around the surrounding lakes. Good place to unwind.
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Staying in Urban House Hostel close by Central Station Vesterbro looks like a good area with loads of Pubs and restaurants??? 
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Originally posted by Deane Deane wrote:

Any restaurants you would recommend and/or bars?


Depends on what you're looking for. Studiestræde and Gothersgade are two of the main streets if you just want to get hammered. Not my type of places. There's a placed called Brus in Nørrebro that I go to - really good beer - spacious too.

Pub & Sport by City Hall is a sports bar with pool, darts etc.

There's a chain called Madklubben (The Food Club) that has a lot of different type of restaurants. Usually 3 course meal for 300 Danisk Kroner (great food for the price) 
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Are the off-licences state controlled ?
 
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