Visit bars in four districts with their own distinctive features
Plan Your Own Beer Walk
With Copenhagen Beerwalk, we want to focus on the good beer and a good beer culture, where it is possible to drink beer from micro breweries and have a chat with the locals. We want to show locals as well as foreign guests visiting Copenhagen, that we have an exciting beer culture in the various areas. So far, we have included bars in the areas Østerbro, Nørrebro, Vesterbro and Inner City. The atmosphere at the participating beer bars are very different, but they all focus on serving good beer.
You choose which bars you will visit, in which order, when, and how long you want to use. With the tasting glass you get a map, where you can see which bars are part of the Copenhagen Beerwalk.
Do you have time for a chat with the bartenders and the locals, we recommend that you visit the bars in the afternoon or early on weekday evenings. For more information on the bars and their opening hours, see below. Check out the four different districts and plan your very own beerwalk.
Nørrebro is a lively and colorful area of Copenhagen with a multi-ethnic flavor and just minutes from the center of town. Over the past decades, Nørrebro has evolved from being a neglected working class district to one of Copenhagen's hottest neighborhoods, challenging Vesterbro for the title as the city's 'hipster'.
The area has not lost its edge - it is still diverse, colorful and often with a multi-cultural mix and an influx of young local. Here you will find trendy bars and fashionable designer shops coexist with brown bodegas and cheap kebab places.
Vesterbro has in recent years changed from being a working-class section and notorious area of the City to being one of Copenhagen's hippest districts today. It is easy to reach Vesterbro from the Town Hall Square or the Central Station, and there are many small, interesting designer shops and a variety of ethnic and Danish restaurants and bars.
Vesterbro is an area of contrasts, where old meets new, where fashionable and expensive is mixed with second hand, and where young families live next door to the retired worker.
Wide boulevards, delicacies, designer shops, green oases and Denmark's most famous statue. The district Østerbro is nice and exclusive, but at the same time relaxed and completely down the ground. Østerbro is one of the city's most attractive residential areas, especially for families with children.
Østerbro is one of the greenest areas in the city and it is close to the water, with a new beach park at the Swan Mill, the Lakes, Kastellet and the Little Mermaid within walking distance.
Museums, theme parks, shopping and restaurants of all kind. The Inner City of Copenhagen has it all. Enjoy the narrow streets, the cosy squares and the laid back atmosphere of the Latin Quarter as well as the charming Nyboder District with the old sailor houses. In the inner city you can find plenty of life but also places to relax.
The many attractions in the heart of Denmark’s capital are all within walking distance and the best way to experience the area is on a stroll.