The almost sanctuary like, urban space, that today forms Christiania, is the third most visited tourist attraction in Copenhagen. It is not only one of the most discussed locations and topics over the last few decades. The more than 150 buildings are of course a lucrative deal for the government to own, which is why there’s been so much fighting about the district over these past years.
Here you can find everything from theatres and smaller music venues, to cafes and restaurants, and grassy areas to sit, lie and relax at. You can also jog around the big lake that is part of Christiania, and experience some of the beautiful nature within Copenhagen.
The main entrance is located on Prinsessegade, from where you can get to within 5 minutes of walking from Christianshavn Station. The piece of Danish history that is Christiania consists of a total of 32 hectares (79 acres) and its more recent and …