- Begin with having a Copenhagen city card
This may seem like a costly option, but know that the entire city could be expensive. So if you want to save some bucks, get yourself a card. You can buy it for 1 to 4 days and entail a lot of attractions in the city. The card also lets you take public transportation anywhere, including outside the city limits too. This also includes conveyance into the city from the airport. Hence, get a card from the airport and make the most of it. If you are looking for a budget stay in Copenhagen, Copenhagen apartments holiday is a place to be.
- Lunch at Green Burger
This place has all the fast food favorites and made with the plant based ingredients.
- Torvehallern Food Market
If you love visiting markets, this is a place to be. You can also grab a few bites and a coffee or a second lunch at a place called Coffee Collective located inside the Torvehallerne market.
- Vegan options at Naturbageriet
If you are looking for vegan food options or gluten free baked goods, you can visit the Naturbageriet, which is right beside the Torvehallerne market. This tiny bakery is loaded with locals waiting for their favorite treat. Everything is marked clearly as vegan or gluten free. They also have a huge variety of grocery items like frozen food. If you are staying for long in Copenhagen, or have access to a fridge, then ensure to stock up.
- Sight seeing
Take a stroll in any cobblestone street or walk around the central neighborhood of Indre by or inner city or downtown Copenhagen. You can also stroll in little shops, churches etc. One of the main attractions is Strøget which is a pedestrian zone and a shopping area based in Indre By. There are many interesting shops in Strøget like Storkespringvandet or Stork Fountain, Helligåndskirken or Church of the Holy Spirit, a 13th century church etc.
- Copenhagen city hall
At the end of the pedestrian zone, you can see majestic Copenhagen City Hall building. It was designed by an architect named Martin Nyrop in the National Romantic Style.
If you are here for a longer time, then you should definitely visit the neighborhoods like Vesterbro. This former meat packing district is now a tourist spot dotted with independent shops, vintage collections, and coolest bars and café. When you go a little ahead, you may find a shopping street called Istedgate where you can see street art and interesting specialty stores.