Copenhagen has many interesting neighborhoods to discover! Frederiksberg is the city's posh district, with luxurious villas and expensive shopping opportunities. Another “rich district” is Østerbro. Here you will also find many designer stores and chic restaurants as well as the largest park in Copenhagen, Fælledparken.

Things are a little more down-to-earth in “Little Amsterdam”, Christianshavn, with its small houses, narrow streets and canals. A relaxed atmosphere awaits you here. Or you can head to Latinerkvarteret - Copenhagen's student district, with a few second-hand stores as well as cool cafés and pubs.

There are also trendy restaurants, wine bars and cafés in the former red light district of Vesterbro. Although you can still find some erotic bars and sex stores here today, Vesterbro is now Copenhagen's trendy district. Vesterbro is also home to the Meatpacking District (Kødbyen). This small trendy district used to be an industrial and working-class area. The old slaughterhouses are now home to art galleries, restaurants and bars.

The Nørrebro district is multicultural. Indie stores and kebab stores line the streets here, but there are also trendy bars and clubs. The Fælledvej and Elmegade streets are a little more cozy.

You should definitely visit the Freetown Christiania. This alternative housing estate was founded in the 1970s as a social experiment and is still a state-sanctioned autonomous community today. The progressive and free lifestyle here is reflected, among other things, in the legality of marijuana within the Free City. However, hard drugs are also banned in Christiania.

I have put together a list of all the places on Google Maps.

You can find the list here.