1. Copenhagen: Multicultural Nørrebro by Bike
This is the "where-you-find-every-place-you-want-to-come-back-to-later-tour", or as it is also called, the Multicultural Nørrebro by Bike Tour. You will take your bike to discover different areas within this beautiful neighborhood that offers a variety of impressions. From being a former working-class area to an area where migrants to the city would settle, Nørrebro has developed into one of the most vibrantly popular neighborhoods in town (the gentrification of this city center-adjacent neighborhood is palpable). This 'bro (NørreBRO, VesterBRO, ØsterBRO... there are many ‘bros to choose from in Copenhagen) has so much to offer, and it's thanks to the people who call it home that this multicultural melting pot holds the award for the hippest neighborhood. You will discover the detail-loving locals, as well as how city planners have used areas in the neighborhood to create places that put people back in the focus of urban city life. Among them, there is a city oasis with a petting zoo, a 100-year-old public sauna bath, and a graveyard where you can also picnic. You can also choose to relax in a double swing from Iraq, or walk on a gigantic banana. This ‘bro is an insider tip for every visitor of Copenhagen. You can explore the incredible diversity and creativity of Nørrebro in its cafés, design, street art and hangout hot spots, with this area surely becoming a place you want to come back to.