Moonfisher is the most legendary cafe in Christiania. There was a time when you could you could read an inscription above the entrance The safest cafe in the world. It was due to the frequent raids of police searching for hash users and dealers. You won´t come across police anymore, rather you will be surrounded by people enjoying their joints. They come here since 1975 when Moonfisher was opened. Pusher street is just round the corner. To my surprise you cannot get alcohol in this place, on the other hand organic juices are served 🙂
Let me present to you this time the most interesting part of Copenhagen. As soon as you find yourself in originaly a workers district, Christianshavn, you will surely notice the increasing number of all kind of freaks around you. Many of them are heading towards Christiania, a free town, that serves for more than 40 years as a symbol of rebelion agains authorities.
Just a few minutes away from the cafe Living Room you can find another great place – Din Nye Ven, your new friend in English. I used to go there often with my friends to enjoy relaxed atmosphere and – on Danish standard – low prices.
I have a weakness for this cafe. It consists of three rooms of different design and atmosphere – thanks to this fact one can go to here for a fast coffee as well as for a romantic date. When I told my Danish flatmate that I like going to Living Room, she started laughing: „Oh, it´s a kind of cafe where you go with your boyfriend to cuddle!“
It´s difficult for me to choose a cafe to start with. There are so many cafes that I like in Copenhagen, sometimes I even cannot decide which one I will go for. Finally, I decide to devote my first post of this section to Cafe Paludan for its interesting concept and popularity among people.
I love Copenhagen. I´m in euphoria everytime when I visit this city. I yielded to its beauty during my study stay and since then I cannot leave it for a long time.