It's a mouthful in Danish - Gråbrødretorv - but that is easily translated as Grey Friar's Square. A cobblestoned pocket in the centre of town with cafés and restaurants for all tastes. Or just relax on the bench under the tree.
A short walk from all things central.
Pick a square, any square. Like in any European city worth its salt, the world passes by in the city’s squares. Copenhageners have memorised what time the sun shines on which square and they gravitate accordingly to the sunny spots. Grab a coffee at either Cafe Norden or Cafe Europa on Amagertorv (‘torv’ being the Danish for square) in the heart of town and watch said world pass by.
Located at the junction of the Stroget and Kobmagergade pedestrian streets near the parliament
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