Summer favorites in Copenhagen | Guide to Copenhagen

Summer in Copenhagen is magical. There are many places in Copenhagen that shines a bit extra during the summer months and I definitely have some summer favorites. Here are five of my favorite places during summer in Copenhagen.

La Bachina | Guide to Copenhagen
La Banchina
The best place to share a bottle of wine in sunny Copenhagen. Take a bike to the tip of Refshalvøen, find a spot on the pier, buy some rosé, dip you feet in the water and enjoy the evening.
Address: La Banchina, Refshalevej 141a, Refshalvøen

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Svanemøllen Strand
Svanemøllen is my favorite beach in Copenhagen. It’s actually a fake beach that the municipality in Copenhagen built in 2010. It’s tiny, but it’s perfect for a morning swim or a evening BBQ.
Address: Svanemøllen Strand, Østerbro

Guide to Copenhagen: ISTIDkbh
ISTIDkbh
There are many great ice cream shops in Copenhagen. ISTIDkbh is one of the funniest ones, since they make their ice cream “live”. The ice cream here is made out of fluid nitrogen, so you get to watch the girls prepare your ice cream just before they serve it to you.
Address: ISTIDkbh, Jægersborggade 13, Nørrebro

Redmolen: A great beach bar in Copenhagen | Guide to Copenhagen
Redmolen Strandbar
A beach bar situated next to newly built apartments and industrial buildings. Grab a sun chair, buy an aperol spritz and enjoy the sun. If you go here on a Friday, there are live DJ’s playing music as well.
Address: Redmolen Strandbar, Redmolen, Nordhavn

Tapperet BRUS | Guide to Copenhagen
BRUS
This new brewery and beer bar is one of my new favorites in Copenhagen. They serve lots of good beer and there are plenty of seats outside. It’s the perfect spot for an evening beer with friends.
Address: BRUS, Guldbergsgade 29, Nørrebro

PS.
Do you know that I also have an e-book with my 50 favorite places in Copenhagen? It’s perfect if you want some more recommendations.

Linn Grubbström

Linn is the main contributor of Guide To Copenhagen. She is from Sweden and has lived in Denmark since 2008. She lives at Nørrebro in Copenhagen and works with food photography. She also writes the Danish food blog Frk. Kræsen.

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