Fælledparken er et 0,5 km2 (ca. 59 ha) grønt areal på Østerbro i København, der blev anlagt i årene 1908-1914 af landskabsarkitekt Edvard Glæsel, ingeniørerne Svend Koch og O.K. Nobel i samarbejde med Københavns Kommune på den fælledgrund, der tidligere udgjorde de militære områder på Nørrefælled,…
The biggest park in Copenhagen city, go by the small lake for a wilder area with huge trees and a 'forest' feeling.
“In June 2010 Østerbro got the new beach Svanemøllestranden. Svanemølle beach is a 4,000 sqm. new sandy beach with a 130 meter long pier into the water. The beach itself is located in the angle between the existing promenade and pier. The beach is staffed by lifeguards during the summer, but the beach is available all year round.”
“On a small place, nice café with terrace (lovely on a sunny day), also perfect to have a drink, a brunch or a quick lunch.”
“One of our most famous tourist attractions is the 1.25 meters tall sculpture of The Little Mermaid at Langelinie Pier. When looking at her, if can seem strange why such a small sculpture is important for us. The sculpture from 1913 is based on the fairy tale of the famous Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen (HCA) and the sculpture of The Little Mermaid was made by Edvard Eriksen after the Danish brewer Carl Jacobsen (founder of Carlsberg Beer) fell in love with the mermaid character in a ballet based on HCA’s story. The Little Mermaid statue is free to access, and it is a nice walk from Østerport Station to Langelinie (Langeliniekaj 2, 2100 København). If you use the boardwalk (Bryggebroen) to Dybbølsbro Station, you have 4 stops on the S-Train to Østerport. Or you can hop on a canal cruise as most of them sail by The Little Mermaid.”
“The local cinema. In Denmark all non-children movies are in original language (with Danish subtitles). ”
“At Østerbros lovely 'Bopa Plads' you will find Cafe Bopa and Pixie. The both have some very nice stuff to eat on the menu (brunch , lunch and for dinner), always a nice place to enjoy a drink in the late hours. ”