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With many places to sojourn for a hot drink, these 5 hip coffee shops not to miss in Copenhagen are just a few of my favorites. With a focus on cozy spaces and intimate design, the Danish culture around drinking hot beverages is one of the best I’ve experienced. There’s a wide range of styles of coffee, from classics like cappuccinos to the newly-popular cortados served in each of these cafes. What I loved most about grabbing a cup of coffee in Copenhagen, was that you were never rushed out. You could spend hours cozied up with a book and be totally left alone. 5 Hip Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Copenhagen

One of my favorite coffee shops to visit was the Original Coffee Illum as it had an incredible view over town and the outdoor terrace was perfect for soaking in the afternoon sun. It was certainly one of the busiest cafes in the city as well and their pastries are amazing! All of these cafes are located throughout the city, so you’ll always have a spot to visit and you’ll find yourself especially in the winter months, retreating to a coffee shop. Each of these are unique in design and have different atmospheres, which made it fun to explore during the time in Copenhagen.

If you’re visiting Copenhagen for the first time, be sure to check out this complete travel guide for your time there and take a peak at why to stay at the Hotel d’Angleterre.

5 Hip Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Copenhagen


1. Original Coffee Illum

5 Hip Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Copenhagen

2. Atelier September
Gothersgade 30, 1123 København K, Denmark

5 Hip Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Copenhagen5 Hip Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Copenhagen

3. The Coffee Collective
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Multiple locations.

5 Hip Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Copenhagen

4. Democratic Coffee
Krystalgade 15, 1172 København, Denmark

5. Mad & Kaffe
Sønder Blvd. 68, 1720 København, Denmark


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