Christiana was a surprise to me; probably not appropriate for the children but also not a problem that they were there as people discretely carried on and didn't affect us
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There's a lot to see outside! I went in the dead of winter so I was extremely cod but I could only imagine how beautiful it is in the summer. I got some cool massage oil from one of the shops. May not be for...More
I walked around without staying too long in any one spot. Weather wasn't very nice, so it might have been quieter than it otherwise would have been. Interesting decorations on the buildings, but otherwise not a lot to take in.
Visited this as part of the tour and I must admit, I was not impressed. The entire place looks run-down (work never finishes here – part of the hippy lifestyle I assume) and the pusher street felt like regimented in what you are allowed to...More
Heard a lot of conflicting views before visiting Christiania myself yesterday. Started as a very promising project which developed into a not so promising reality, after a while. Full of people selling substances to visitors and tourists. An interesting experience though, if you want to...More
I walked in the other day, like I usually do, around noon. Walked through pusherstreet to the moonfisher cafe. Always a nice cheap coffee. There is a different feel to Christiania. Everyone is twice as easy-going here. I can always find somebody to talk to....More
I Loved the place. You can feel a little bit no safe, not sure how safe its in there but the essence of the place will pay for the visit and the time, get inside to the lake that you ll find to the East.
What you could see is a autonomic area inside the city. A lot of tourists are around to get there thrill of beeing at the twilightzone of dealers and the folks hanging arround them. You also could find a lot of alternativ people around the...More