What to do with Kids in Copenhagen: A Day Out in Nørrebro part 1

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Discover new neighborhoods in Copenhagen with your kids

Activities for kids, kid-friendly restaurants, parks, play grounds, events, cultural places such as museum or theatres…there are many things to do and see all over Copenhagen, but sometimes without a local to tell you about them, these treasures go undiscovered. If you like to explore your city and want to adventure into new territory but don’t know where to go and what to do, well then we’ve got you covered. Let us be your friend in the know.  We have gone out and explored the city and will posting “A Day Out in the City.” As we are celebrating summer in Copenhagen, we wanted to share some of our favorite kid-friendly staycation tips for a beautiful and relaxing day out on Nørrebro. As we have loads of mood photos for you, this little guide has been divided into two: One for a sunny, playful morning and one for a cool afternoon in the shade.
We hope you’ll enjoy the guide and treat yourself and the little ones to a wonderful, calm day. Remember to add that special infusion of you-ness that puts the cherry on top!
XOXO,  Lora and May

A Day Out on Nørrebro – Part 1: Morning
Stefan's Church in Nørrebro
Stefan’s Church
To get your day started, take the bus 5A to Stefansgade or park near the little Stefans Church. The church itself is a nice aquantaince with all its events throughout the year and its graffitti altar board, so you may want to check the calendar (http://www.stefanskirken.dk/).
Stefano’s Delicatessen
Now continue down cosy Stefansgade, along the coffee places, bars and little creative boutiques to reach one of the good, kid-friendly and payable brunch destinations: Stefano’s Delicatessen.

Nørrebro deli They offer a buffet selection of fresh fruit, yoghurt, salads and all the brunch classics and you can choose to sit outside and watch all the fashionable Copenhageners bike and stroll past.
Dimseriet
When you are full and satisfied, you may want to go and check out the gorgeous little flower shop-interior decoration-toy store, Dimseriet.
Facebook link for Dimseriet: http://da-dk.facebook.com/pages/Dimseriet/206667762761792

Dimseriet. store in copenhagen

Dimseriet flower shop
You know what, I think you have to… I mean, for the kids.

flower shop

Dimseriet exterior of flower shop in Nørrebro
The Nørrebro Park Playground
A way to pull yourself – and the kids – away from Dimseriet’s colorful loveliness, may be to reveal to them that right across the street is a playground with a crashed aeroplane.

Yep. And a dipping pool for the littlest ones. Go, hang out and relax, while they explore!

Nørrebro_Park_Playground

Stefano’s Green Corner
Round off the morning, which probably by now is mid day, with visiting Stefanos Grønne Hjørne (Stefano’s Green Corner). This place is known for out-of-their-way service particularly for kids and beautiful organic food! So stock up on a few delicious things for a late lunch or early dinner later this afternoon.

stefanos green

stefanos green corner
In Part Two we will suggest a cozy Copenhagen calm spot to enjoy your loot, along with tips for the cobbled shopping and hipster street, Jægersborggade…continue reading part 2

Lora is owner and editor of Mini CPH. Lora seeks out adventure and loves exploring new cities with her Danish Hubby and two curious boys. She opened a consulting firm after running the U.S. based International children's brand, Zookies for 14 years. She advises businesses on strategies for revenue growth, digital, startups and social media.

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