The Rough Guide to Copenhagen

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Rough Guides, 2004 - Travel - 257 pages
This guide to Copenhagen captures all the city's highlights from alternative Christiania to the Museum of Modern Art at Louisiana, in a 16-page introduction. There are informative and revealing accounts of all the attractions, both well-known sights and lesser known local gems. The top restaurants, bars, hotels, guesthouses and pastry shops are uncovered by reviews and full contact details are provided. There are also accounts of several possible day trips including the castle at Helsingor and Hans Christian Andersen's home town of Odense.
 

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Contents

O Slotsholmen 3342
33
O lndreBy 4354
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when to go and what to see Next our Contexts
47
Christianshavn 5562
55
O Rosenborg Frederikstad
63
Radhuspladsen and around 7788
77
Vesterbro and Frederiksberg 8998
89
O Norrebro and Osterbro 99106
99
Out of the city 117146
117
Listings
138
Accommodation 149157
149
Eating 158173
158
Drinking 174180
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Live music and clubs 181185
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Basics
243
Copyright

O The suburbs 107116
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About the author (2004)

Lone Mouritsen was born in Brazil to Danish parents, and has since traveled the globe incessantly, returning, between stints, to the family home in Denmark. She began writing for Rough Guides in 1998, and has contributed to Rough Guides for Scandinavia, Europe, and West Africa. Mouritsen is now a travel writer and adviser at Natural England.

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