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  • Address: Badsmandsstræde 43, 1407 Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: 45-32956507
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Cafe, Restaurant, Leisure, Market, Family And Kids, Lake, Neighborhoods

Hundreds of thousands vist this neighborhood every year. It’s notrious for the capricious lifestyle of it’s residents, who, till as recently as 2004, freely traded in cannabis. It’s an independent commune of people who follow their own passions and interests. They have their own laws which mainly revolve aound keeping the peace. The people are nice, but they aren’t automtically warm to strangers. They greatly value their memers who’ve contributed to the community, for example, a particular café wall has a huge painting of a lady who was beloved of the people. It’s a surreal experience. Make sure you visit the pusher’s market, Café nemoland and the lake.

The popular quiet neighbourhood is known for its hustle and lifestyle. With quaint shops and resturants decorating the sidelines of the place, it is hardly a surprise to see it being such a charm among travellers. It is open 24 hours and visitors can come here without any Christiana Tickets or Christiana Ticket Prices. There is no need to Buy Tickets for Christiana, but of course, all the shopping done in the place are need to be paid. Come here with your family and spend some time meeting the folks and indulging in their slow paced world for a while.

  • There are numerous standalone places of attraction in this area, but do not miss out on the pusher’s market. For all those people who want to relive the seventies, Christiania is a great option to experience a sort of mini-Amsterdam right in the heart of Copenhagen.

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  • Christiania Address: Badsmandsstræde 43, 1407 Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Christiania Contact Number: 45-32956507
  • Christiania Timing: 24-hrs
  • Christiania Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Christiania(preferred time): 08:00 am - 06:30 pm
  • Time required to visit Christiania: 04:00 Hrs
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  • 75.86% of people who visit Copenhagen include Christiania in their plan

  • 50% of people start their Christiania visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Christiania

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

80% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Christiania

People normally club together Nyhavn and The Round Tower while planning their visit to Christiania.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Amazing place in Copenhagen full of life and history. Every alley has some kind of curiosity. You don't stop from being astonished. Def need to go there and wonder around.

  • I didn't like too much. I thought it was a cultural and artistic place but it's too much underground for me. Also, I saw things there that I hadn't looked to see with my son, but I suppose it's depends on the family.

  • Bright and colorful even on cold days. Every city needs a rebellious heart and this is Copenhagen's. Don't worry though, it's not completely lawless. Photos are usually OK as long as you don't photograph people. Very strict, anti-photo streets are clearly marked.

  • Interesting community, but more notable for being the antithesis of Copenhagen values. Many guidebooks suggested only going in with local guides, but my wife and I, late 60's, found it safe and easy going. Being from Oregon, we found the 'outlaw' pot sellers quaint, as pot is legal in Oregon.

  • It's a very special community in the city. Very artistic and chill. Even I heard that it's a relatively"not safe" area in the city, I don't feel anything unsafe and I would say it's same as all other touristic places in Copenhagen that in general feel very comfortable to walk around. There are some small shops and cafes that you may also shop for something handmade and take a break to get a coffee to relax. I like this area as you can see the people staying there are enjoying their life and happy.

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