This neighbourhood is Copenhagen’s most central district. Despite it being hectic, it’s still extremely charming full of narrow, cobble-stoned streets with brightly coloured houses and calm squares that encourage breaks from the nearby shopping street, Strøget. Other than being the mecca of all things shopping-related, you are also within easy access to attractions like Kongens Have, the National Gallery of Denmark, Christiansborg, Nyhavn and Amalienborg. Indre By is about as central as you will get in Copenhagen, but it also gets noisy due to the proximity to popular bars, restaurants, nightclubs and a lot of Copenhagen’s most popular tourist attractions. And with Nørreport in the vicinity - potentially Copenhagen’s busiest station - it’s safe to say that you are well-connected to the rest of the city.