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Local Walk - AMAGER

Denmark's most densely populated island offers nature, architecture and culture.

7.1 km

2 hrs

Langebro 1


Local Walk - AMAGER cover image.Local Walk - AMAGER cover image.

What is this tour about?

From heavy industry, landfill and chemical factories to an extensive urban renewal, recreational harbour park and award-winning architecture. Amager is part of Copenhagen and yet its very own. With an area of almost 100 km2, the largest island in the Oresund strait is not only great in size but also in its distinctive local status as a proud neighbourhood, where many identify as “Amagericans” rather than as Copenhageners. The presence of a local patriotism is remarkable and not least understandable once you experience the unique metropolitan atmosphere that Amager offers with magnificent nature and world-class architecture just around the corner.

“Copenhagen’s Manhattan” – or ”Lorteøen” (Shit Island), which is a name that has stuck for years due to Amager being used as a place to dump the city’s latrines back in the late 1800s - has experienced a rapid growth over the years. Amager, including Islands Brygge and Ørestad, has attracted both Copenhageners and tourists with iconic attractions such as DR Koncerthuset, The Tietgen Residence Hall, The University of Copenhagen, 8 House by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and Amager Nature Park. The fact that the metro runs right to the doorstep of many of these sights does not make the island less attractive. Whether you choose to experience Amager by metro, bike or walk, you are guaranteed a wonderful time.

This is created by a StoryHunt Partner.

Image from the tour.Image from the tour.

How does it work?

The StoryHunt app uses your location to guide you between stories.

The tour starts at Langebro 1 and follows a predefined route between 20 stories.

When you are close to a story you can unlock it to reveal its content.

This is an audio tour so bring your headphones.

Hands holding a phone - the screen showing the StoryHunt map with routes and stories.Hands holding a phone - the screen showing the StoryHunt map with routes and stories.

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Where does the tour start?

The tour starts at Langebro 1. From there it follows 20 stories.

How long is the tour?

The tour is 7.1 km long and typically takes 2 hrs to complete.

Is the tour free?

Yes, the tour is 100% free and can be experienced through the StoryHunt app.

How many times can I take the tour?

Unlimited. You can take it as many times as you want.

Can I bring friends on the tour?

Yes. When you bring friends you can make a group to synchronize the experience.

When can I take the tour?

Whenever. You can take the tour anytime you want to once you have purchased access.