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If you love to party, have a drink, meet new people or just want a good evening out, then the obvious place to visit is Gothersgade. The street and the surrounding side roads, offer several good bars and nightclubs, serving everything your heart desires. So if you are looking for a fun night and want to shake your hips on the dance floor while enjoying a cold refreshment with your friends, I highly recommend taking a trip on Gothersgade.
Telia Park is The National Stadium of Denmark and is home to Denmark's largest football club, F.C. Copenhagen. The stadium was established May 25, 1911 and today can hold a capacity of over 38,000 thousand spectators. The stadium is not only used for football, it is also used for events and concerts etc. It has had top artists such as Michael Jackson, Justin Bieber, Beyonce & JAY Z and many more. So if you love football or concerts, then take a trip to Telia Parken either for a guided tour of the stadium, for a real match or for one of the many concerts that Telia Parken offers, I guarantee you will not regret it.
When traveling to Copenhagen, you cannot avoid visiting Strøget. The walking street is one of Europe's longest shopping streets and offers everything from cafes, restaurants, shops for every taste. The walking street also has two large department stores. Finally I would like to remind you of the small side streets that come off from Strøget, where you find the definition of the Danish word "cozy" in the form of good restaurants and beautiful buildings.
If I want to relax on a summer's day, you will often find me at Amager Strandpark, where you can play a round of crazy golf or simply lie in the sun. There's so much to do there – you just have to choose what you prefer.
I'm also crazy about Fælledparken, which is a large park with a giant football pitch in the middle. It's a lovely, lively place to meet with friends, socialise and barbecue.