Miles of great beaches a short bus ride from the centre of Copenhagen plus the clear waters of the city’s inner harbour, mean you are spoilt for choice when swimming in the Danish capital. And many offer free admission, too
5) Mariager: Mariager is called the City of Roses and as soon as you lay your eyes on the streets, it very quickly becomes clear why – there are roses everywhere (in the summer months, of course)! This little former fishing town is located at Mariager fjord and is an ideal base to explore the beautiful landscape of the region. The Salt Centre and the Mariager – Handest Vintage Railway are two local attractions that you shouldn’t miss when visiting.
Byggeforenings huse, Copenhagen. Built for workers in 1893. The idea of providing good and healthy homes for the poorest part of the city's workforce originated among local politicians and medical doctors during the 1853 Copenhagen cholera outbreak