Over the last decade, Copenhagen has gone from quaint to cool. The city is bursting with hip attractions, from up-and-coming neighborhoods and waterfront building projects to browsing the cool design in the city's smartest boutiques, galleries and bars. 

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Over the last decade, Copenhagen has gone from quaint to cool. The city is bursting with hip attractions, from up-and-coming neighborhoods and waterfront building projects to browsing the cool design in the city's smartest boutiques, galleries and bars.
Copenhagen has attractions and sights to suit every taste and interest. With a history that dates back to 1043 the city is full of historic landmarks, significant buildings and interesting sights. Contemporary constructions blend in beautifully with historical buildings and palaces.
The waterfront area has developed into one of the city's coolest quarters, and it fills with outdoor activities in summertime. A visionary municipal initiative now means that the harbor is clean enough to swim in, and the safe, supervised bathing area—Københavns Havnebad—is a favorite meeting place for young people during its summer season.
Copenhagen was awarded the world's first Bike City by the International Cycling Union and in Copenhagen practically everybody rides a bike. At present 37 percent of all Copenhageners cycle 1.2 million kilometres daily which is one of the highest percentages in the world, and in the streets you see the popular "free token bikes", bicykle taxis and the world known Christiania Bike.