Copenhagen’s covered food halls feature a gumbo of artisanal stalls, food bars and open-air events. Located at Israels Plads close to Nørreport Station. Open Mon-Thu 10:00-19:00, Fri 10:00-20:00, Sat 10:00-18:00 and Sun 11:00-17:00. Frederiksborggade 21. Info (in Danish) here.
The city’s newest food hall is located in the grungy Vesterbro district. Food bars, stores and foodie hangouts in a converted shopping arcade. Vesterbrogade 97. Opening hours (in Danish) here. And on Facebook (in Danish) here.
An old waterfront warehouse is being converted into a new food and event location – surrounded by construction sites in the city’s fast-developing docklands. A great pit stop for those biking the Harbour Circle bicycle route. Beach bar, dancing and street food. Address: Østre Teglkaj. Info here.
What's On in March
The crocus carpet
With the itsy-bitsy Rosenborg Castle as the painterly backdrop, the King’s Garden crocus garden generally blooms in mid-March.
Copenhagen Bike Show
Scandinavia’s largest bicycle fair. More than 80 producers of everything from e-bikes to cargo bikes will be present. Info here.
One of Europe’s biggest annual documentary festivals takes place in Copenhagen at the city’s art house cinemas. Info here.
The world’s oldest amusement park opens for the season at 14:00. The park is located in a 350-year-old deer park just 20 minutes by train north of the city. The old royal woodland, located by Klampenborg Station, enjoys UNESCO World Heritage patronage. No admission. Info here.
24 March – 23 September
The summer season opening welcomes visitors to flower gardens, open-air stage events and family entertainment. Look out for the daredevil rides! The summer season ends on 24 September 2017. Info here.
26 March – 2 April
Copenhagen International Impro Festival
A week of international improvisation theatre is hosted at culture centres citywide. Info on Facebook here.