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I've not lived in Copenhagen for long, but there are still some places I've fallen in love with that I go back to again and again.
When it comes to places to eat, I like Dalle Valle on Fiolstræde. It's a really nice place, where a DJ is in charge of the music and setting the right mood for the weekend. There is often a half price deal and a buffet once a week, making it very attractive for young people.
If drinks with my friends and girlfriends are the order of the evening, I usually head for Læderstræde to Hoppes Café & Bar, which is stylishly decorated with a wood burner in the middle of the room, creating the homely atmosphere I love so much. You can get a delicious bite to eat and quench your thirst with a wide selection of cocktails.
Copenhagen is known for its myriad of shops, and it's not always easy to know where to go. I, myself, am not a big fan of Strøget, which, in my opinion, is a kind of 'motorway' with far too many stressed out people. I prefer to shop on Østerbrogade and side streets of Østerbro, which offer many small and interesting clothes stores. However, the side streets off Strøget are also a pull, and there are a lot of good things to be found in the small shops there.
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.