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THE GREEN CYCLE ROUTES

The Green Cycle Routes give you the chance to slow down the pace of city life, enjoy nature – and watch the seasons change.

They take you through areas that show Copenhagen’s development and history: parks, lakes, disused railways, playing fields and the city’s diverse neighbourhoods. Each route is unique and offers different experiences.

The Green Cycle Routes are marked with a dark green line on the cycle map, and as of 2016, they make up a network of about 58.5 km. Funding has been given for another 5.5 km, and a 51 km stretch is still on the drawing board.

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Cycle Route - Superkilen Park

Superkilen Park

A urban open space in Nørrebro located in the Quarter of Mimersgade. The park is divided into three main areas: The Red Square (café, music and sport), The Black Market (classic square with fountain and benches) and The Green Park (picnics, sports and walking the dog). Market is the classic square with fountain and benches. The Green Park is a park for picnics, sports and walking the dog.

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Cycle Route - Fælledparken

Fælledparken

The Copenhagen 'Common' neighbouring the National Stadium is popular for all kinds of óutdoor activities.

Fælledparken is the largest park in Copenhagen and very popular. There are play grounds for the children, outdoor chess tables for chess players, sportsgrounds, a dance pavillon, green lawns for all other kinds of activities.

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Cycle Route - Kastellet

Kastellet

A urban open space in Nørrebro located in the Quarter of Mimersgade.

The park is divided into three main areas: The Red Square (café, music and sport), The Black Market (classic square with fountain and benches) and The Green Park (picnics, sports and walking the dog).

Market is the classic square with fountain and benches. The Green Park is a park for picnics, sports and walking the dog.

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Cycle Route - Frederiksberg Garden

Frederiksberg Garden

At the main entrance to Frederiksberg Garden, the popular king Frederik VI welcomes you so you are not sure that you are visiting his garden.

You can take a rest in his wake of Svendsens Båtfart, which sails regularly throughout the summer. From the boat you can see the castle, kneeling on the hill, and on the way you get a nice impression of the park's extensive lawns, the large free-standing hardwoods, all the many small bridges and the Chinese gazebo from 1799, which was built as the tea house for the royal.

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Cycle Route - Christiania

Christiania

Freetown Christiania is Copenhagen’s alternative neighbourhood. Christiania is a mix of homemade houses, workshops, art galleries, music venues, cheap and organic eateries, and beautiful nature. It is still a society within a society.
The area is open to the public – even with guided tours, run by the local Christianites.

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Cycle Route - The CPH Exbeerience

The CPH Exbeerience

Carlsberg Museum is among the largest tourist attractions in Copenhagen and visitors can get closer to the roots of Carlsberg, the history and the beer.It is a legendary landmark, where you can use all of your senses. You can smell the ingredients, discover authentic architecture, taste world-famous Danish beer in many styles and get a feeling of, what Carlsberg is all about.

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