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What a lovely place! Clearly popular with local parents out for a walk wth a baby, it’s very tranquil and the little cafe has good coffee (though no sign of any food at 11.15 when we arrved so don’t count on cake!). It is a...More
"Bakkehuset'" (which means The Hill-house) is a museum of the culturel heritage of the Danish Golden Age spanning from around 1800 to 1850. You will find the museum cloce by The old Carlsberg Brewery. The permanent exhibition centre on the guest of the owners Kamma...More
Having been to Cisternerne in the park close the museum, we looked for a place to have lunch and saw an ad. Why not? We had a some very nice smörrebröd in the quiet garden. Service was excellent as was the food. Locally brewed beer...More
Such a lovely place hidden somewhere in the big city! If you need an hour break from your busy sightseeing-packed day, you should pop in. It's just minutes walk from Carlsberg Brewery.
The lady at the front desk was really nice and helpful. Thank you!
A museum for the rich literary and cultural life in Copenhagen in the early 19th century, which has recently been very tastefully refurbished, the Bakkehusmuseet is an oasis of tranquility and an almost rural atmosphere in the interesting, upscale and idyllic Frederiksberg neighborhood. A nice...More
This museum is located adjacent to the Carlsberg complex, and remains a lasting witness to the literary and cultural history of the Danish Golden Age. It was the house of the well known Rahbek family and was an oasis for literary persons such as HC...More
I still remember how it captured the lives of the patrons so well and not just their achievements. I especially liked how the patrons used to invite intellectuals from all over the country and have a good debate by them beside the window. Simply elegant!
Small, cosy museum on Rahbeks Alle 23 - sort of hiding behind some building blocks and close to the Carlsberg area taking you 200 years back in time in Danish history. In the home of the Rakbek couple the famous poem writer Oechlenschlager as well...More
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Located between Noerrebro and Vesterbro you’ll find Frederiksberg, which is actually a municipality in itself but completely surrounded by Copenhagen. Here there are several fine theaters, from the experimental to the great Det Ny Teater (The New Theater) which specializes in transcribing the great London and New York musicals into Danish, and has done so for several years with huge success. In Frederiksberg you’ll find
Denmark’s most beautiful (and expensive) city villas. These 4-5 square miles form the Beverly Hills of Copenhagen. Here you’ll also find Frederiksberg Have (Garden) which sports huge outdoor concerts, from classical to electronic dance music. To top it off, dining options range from cozy family restaurants to some of the area’s most trendy cafés.