Copenhagen City Guide 🇩🇰
Let’s go explore
The Danish capital is great in many ways. Especially if you’re riding Voi, as the city has miles and miles of big bikes lanes and tons of cool places you have to visit.
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Copenhagen is known for its fairytales. And if you want to check out some hidden gems, the beautiful Assistens Kirkegården on Nørrebro is the perfect spot to go for a walk and get away from the hassle of the city. Locals use this cemetery as a hangout spot in the summertime, and one of the worlds biggest fairytale authors is buried here, H.C. Andersen, among other famous danish citizens.
While you are at Assistens Kirkegården, you should stop by Jægersborggade, one of the most buzzing streets of Copenhagen right now. Here you can find anything from Michelin-starred restaurants to knitting shops.
Most common Voi trips in Copenhagen
During weekends, Voi-riding Copenhageners love to hang out in the different neighborhoods, Vesterbro, Nørrebro, and Østerbro - home of tons of great restaurants such as Sanchez, Mahalle, & Aamanns.
For tourists in Copenhagen
Tourists love to explore the different parts of the city, such as the city center, where you can stop by Amalienborg and say hi to the Queen. And Freetown Christiania, where you can experience a small-town feeling inside the city and stop by the cozy vegetarian restaurant Morgenstedet.
Voi friendly areas
Copenhagen is one of the world's most bicycle-friendly cities, which means that it’s easy to ride Voi anywhere in the city. For a less crowded bicycle path, go to Refshaleøen. Here you can go for a swim both at summertime and wintertime at La Banchina, where you can rush into a nice warm sauna. If you love pastries as much as the Danes, a visit to the Lille Bakery is a must.
Fun fact about Voi in Copenhagen
In the Copenhagen capital, people usually starts working at 9 a.m. And Voi actually helps them get there on time! Turns out most of them start their journeys at around 8 a.m. and end them just before 9 a.m. Right in time to get to work and enjoy a cup of coffee before starting their busy days.
Ride like a local
Always ride in bike lanes, follow the local rules and regulations and wear a helmet. Danish citizens are pros at biking, so be careful and aware of your surroundings. During winter time the weather tends to get chilly, so make sure you bring some gloves.
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