The Carlsberg district – Copenhagen’s upcoming food and culture district
The Carlsberg district is one of the new urban development projects in Copenhagen where history meets modern architecture, high-quality gastronomy, and local life. Some of the most interesting experiences for travellers when visiting the Carlsberg district these days are:
- Hotel Ottilia - the extraordinary architecture of award-winning boutique and design hotel .
- AIRE Ancient Baths Copenhagen in which it is possible to combine beer tastings with thermal baths.
- Gasoline Grill – Awarded as one of the best burgers in the world and a must-try within the category of “where chefs eat”.
- Surt – One of the best Neapolitan style pizzas in Copenhagen with a focus on sourdough, fermentation, and locally sourced products.
- KŌNĀ, a Japanese eatery by the former noma chef, Philipp Inreiter, the chef behind Copenhagen’s best and most hyped ramen, Slurp Ramen Joint.
- Henrik Vibskov’s Rabbit hole – A fashion and design shop by the famous Danish stylist.
And coming up, on top of Carlsberg’s lighthouse art gallery is Visit Carlsberg, the visitor centre for beer and history enthusiasts, which will re-open its doors after its renovation at the end of 2022.
How to get there: Carlsberg district
Carlsberg’s new metro station can easily be reached by Copenhagen’s new underground, the City Ring and the urban S-train line. The metro runs every hour of the day, and on the S-train, it is possible to bring your bicycle along for free. Both the train and the metro are included in the local city pass for travellers, the Copenhagen Card, for unlimited use starting from Copenhagen Airport.
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Press photos of the Carlsberg district.