Copenhagen is a vast city with lots to do, making it a great choice for Europe travel. While there, tourists should be sure to check out the oft-overlooked Norrebro district, an up-and-coming cultural area with a number shops, restaurants and theaters.
Norrebro is known for its main artery, Norrebrograde. This street winds along a beautiful lake and has a number of offshoots filled with shops and eateries. Of these, Ravnsborggade is definitely worth a look for those who love antiques, and travelers can hunt for deals at designer labels on Elmegade while enjoying a quick lunch at one of the street's many restaurants.
This area is famous for stores that combine two seemingly unrelated things. At one store, travelers can wash their clothes while getting a coffee. Or they can shop games and action figures while getting their haircut. Another shop offers vintage clothing in addition to hosting concerts.
The stores aren't the only attraction in Norrebro. The area is also home to a number of theatres. At Empire Bio, travelers can catch the latest in Danish and international independent cinema. There are a number of small production companies in the area in addition to coffee houses where poetry readings and small shows are common.
Norrebro is a vibrant district and well worth a look for travelers in the area.
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