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Pusher Street, Copenhagen

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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1/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web
Pusher Street is part of the self-proclaimed autonomous neighborhood Christiania, well-known for the progressive and liberated Danish lifestyle--including sales of cannabis on open stands. Residents took over former military barracks and parts of the city ramparts in 1971 to create a laid-back, hippie-style commune. Follow the signs that will tell you the rules of Christiania, which forbid stealing, violence, guns, knives, hard drugs, and biker gang colors. This green-light district also features bars with live music, vegetarian restaurants, and interesting graffiti art. Do not take pictures on the street. Put Pusher Street into our Copenhagen vacation trip planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Copenhagen.
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  • Invited friends to visit, I was surprised. Locals and tourists at a popular spot. It is recommended that visitors only see. That this can't happen in Japan?
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  • The road from daytime and sells leaves, such as stalls. Have a "No photography" sign at the entrance. No if you want to buy anyway, particularly interesting.
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  • Loved biking through Christiania but I could have missed this street. I'm not a terror-addicted American either but this is just wrong. My opinion. When something is illegal it should be shut down if ...  read more »
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