Nobis Hotel Copenhagen is in the epicenter of Copenhagen when it comes to attractions. Just across the street you will find the beautiful museum Glyptotoket, and if you proceed, the Tivoli Gardens will show. This is the third-oldest operating amusement park the world. Two minutes’ walk in another direction, you will reach the scenic Copenhagen harbour and the Danish Architecture Center - Housed in the new architectural masterpiece: BLOX.
· Botanical garden · Denmark’s largest collection of plants and a stunning Palm Tree House
Treat your taste buds
Welcome to the Scandinavian mecca of gastronomy! Copenhagen has a lot to offer - everything from fine dining to juicy burgers.
Your first stop could be Nobis’ own restaurant NOI, serving a menu with inspiration from all over Europe. If you are in for a fresh walk across city center, you can visit the most hyped French restaurant in Copenhagen right now: Esmée.
Room for more? Then head over to Barr. Located at the beautiful harbour front and set in Noma’s former premises.
· Apollo Bar · A good place to start your day or end it with a glass of wine close to Nyhavn
· Alice · A small bakery with a lot to offer. It’s close to Christiania & Christianshavn.
· Lillebakery · Cozy bakery with an amazing atmosphere in an old workshop on Refshaleøen
· Vækst · Nordic food with a focus on vegetables and herbs
· Maison · French bistro with a carefully selected wine card
· Orangeriet · Located in the King’s Garden. Walk-off all the food in beautiful surroundings
· Uformel · located in the center of Copenhagen and offers a pick'n'choose menu
Close to Nobis Hotel Copenhagen you will find Copenhagen’s main shopping street: Strøget. Loaded with all the essential shops. Strøget leads down to Illum’s bolighus - a huge store bursting with Scandinavian interior and design brands. Give it a few meters more and you will find Magasin Du Nord, the oldest shopping mall in Copenhagen.
If you still didn’t find what you were looking for:
· Hay House · Visit the Danish interior design shop
· Stilleben · Interior shop with handmade ceramics and glassware
· Illum · Shopping mall with all the high-end brands
· Aiayu · Minimalistic Scandinavian design clothing made with sustainable materials
Explore the silent part of Copenhagen
Enjoy fashionable Østerbro with a Parisian atmosphere. Filled with charming squares, wide streets and elegant buildings. Hang out in the many parks, cycle through old residential areas and experience almost rural idyll. Take a walk around the military rampart at the Citadel ‘Kastellet’ close to the ‘Little Mermaid’ statue. Borrow a Nobis bicycle and bike to the newly established neighborhood ‘Nordhavn’. See some magnificent architectural transformations of former industrial buildings e.g. ‘The Silo’.
· Personlig · A small interior shop with a lot of personality
· Klaeder Luxury · A cute second hand shop with a variety of well-known brands
Discover Copenhagen’s own municipality Frederiksberg
Frederiksberg is a sophisticated, green and magnificent neighborhood with broad tree-lined boulevards, beautiful buildings and magical gardens. Frederiksberg is a quiet neighborhood with a few vibrant streets.
What to experience on Frederiksberg:
Recharge your batteries and take a walk in the beautiful Frederiksberg gardens or visit the fascinating animals in Copenhagen Zoo. Explore the Cisterns a contemporary art space beneath Søndermarken Park in a former water reservoir.
· Nué · Sells several Danish brands such as Anni Lu, Lovechild & Saks Potts
· FDB Møbler · Be inspired by the frontrunner of Danish design in crafted furniture
· Shop Dora · Best place to find some funny and unique interior home decor
Looking for a buzzing neighborhood
Nørrebro is probably the most vibrant neighborhood with a fantastic food scene and nightlife. As Copenhagen's most multicultural and creative neighborhood, this is the place where people are sitting on the street with a local brewed beer or a glass of natural wine.
Nørrebro is a good mixture of street culture, modern lifestyle, and gentle living. Be inspired by the independent shops and restaurants.
As Copenhagen's most culturally diverse neighborhood, this is both the place to go for the best middle eastern food in town or a 5 courses vegan menu with some natural wine. Visit Nørrebro if you are looking for a nice vibe, exiting cocktails and delicious food.
Where to eat and drink:
· BÆST · Great modern Italian restaurant with one of the best pizzas in the world
One of the most popular places to go on a stroll and shop is Elmegade and Jægersborggade. The street Jægersborggade has converted from dodgy into a hip street with a lot of small shops e.g., vintage clothes, ceramics, and jewelry designers. Nørrebro has a lot of vintage and thrift shops in the neighborhood Prag, Studio Travel and The Showroom.