- Christianshavn’s canals
- The Christiania Freetown
- Church of Our Saviour
- The lille Molly fortification
- The Pirate floating community with house boat
- Pass by Noma Restaurant
- Copenhagen Opera
Join us for a unique experience biking through Christianshavn’s hidden gems and explore from pirates towns to modern buildings in a town where life is different to the Danes normal way of living
We meet at Havnegade street. After trying the bike and have al gear with us on, we start our biking tour. First we ready to cross inderhavnsbroen (breach that divides Copenhagen with Christianshavn district, this breach is use only for bikes and pedestrians) to Christianshav through the canals until we arrive to our first stop The Church of Our Savior (With its twisted spire, the church is a national treasure) and then The ancient Lille Molly (The Little Mill, is one of the two last battery mills in Copenhagen) where your guide will introduce you to the history of these places.
We continue after to Christiania free town. Perhaps the best description is that Christiania is in many ways different from the surrounding community, the area is described as “the city’s green breathing space”. The free town of Christiania is a green and car-free city with paths, gravel roads and water canals. We will have several stops along the way such as the Pirate harbor and floating community with boat houses and Noma one of the finest restaurants all over the world.
Passing some of Christianshavn landmarks, a short drive brings us to Refshaleøen where we can have a small rest, a snack or simply walk around this peculiar area. Today, Refshaleøen and its halls are buzzing with activity again. Likewise, the former industrial plots, quays and raw harbor piers have now become a lush island for all sorts of cultural initiatives. The joy of food on Refshaleøen is in no way limited to the festivals. All year round you will find Copenhagen’s most prominent gastronomic scene all along the harbor line. Reffen Street Food offers a huge selection of new takes on street food from around the world.
The tour continues to the Copenhagen opera house. With a price of DKK 2.5 billion, the building is Denmark’s largest cultural gift to date, which was donated by the AP Møller Foundation. Along the way we have outstanding views of the canal that divides Christianshavn from Copenhagen. Our tour finishes at Havnegade.
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