Bike-friendly architecture in Copenhagen
A cycling city doesn’t build itself. Some serious thinking by architects shaped Copenhagen into one of the world’s most bike-friendly cities. How did ...
There are many cycling routes around Copenhagen and Greater Copenhagen worth exploring by bike.
Den Grønne Sti is also named 'The Green Bike Path' and is a bicycle path that connects the districts of Nørrebro, Frederiksberg and Valby by crossing both residential and green areas through green areas with great bicycle infrastructure.
A cycle superhighway is a cycle highway, where the commuters’ needs have been given the highest priority. The cycle superhighways in Greater Copenhagen are a coherent network of cycle highways which provides a safe, smooth ride with increased safety and fewer stops than on regular streets – offering an alternative to the car on distances of more than 5 kilometres.
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Amagerminoen is Copenhagen’s ”Camino” - A 24 km hiking and biking trail that stretches from Copenhagen's Ørestad neighbourhood through the vast nature reserve of Naturpark Amager to the picturesque town of Dragør.
The beautiful Rudersdal route runs 42 km along gravel and bicycle paths through a varied landscape from the seaside village of Vedbæk in the east to Kajerød in the west with lakes, streams, hills and bogs. Here you will enjoy idyllic nature all for yourself and can walk, cycle and run as you please.
The parforce landscape in North Zealand consists of three forests, Gribskov, Store Dyrehave and Jægersborg Dyrehave, each with its own character. They are all public forests, which means that they are accessible to everyone. The gravel roads and paths that pass through the World Heritage Site crosswise are mostly closed to car traffic, and provide great opportunities for cycling and enjoying nature.