Invitation: Join Social Beer Walk x Connect Club as we explore Vesterbro with Copenhagen Insight!

This Social Tour is organized in collaboration between Copenhagen Post and Copenhagen Insight, specifically designed to unlock the city’s opportunities for Connect Club members. Your key to Copenhagen!

Social Beer Walk & Vesterbro x Connect Club is a wonderfully cozy Beer Tour set in Vesterbro. Copenhagen Insight will share stories about the people who shape Vesterbro and everything you can experience in Vesterbro and all over Copenhagen today.

The tour aims to open up the entire city and provide you with opportunities to get much more out of Copenhagen moving forward. Naturally, this is paired with a delightful beer tasting featuring a fine selection of craft beers from Anarkist Brewery and Nørrebro Bryghus.

Social Beer Walk starts at Enghave Plads at the stairs by the metro, zigzags through Vesterbro, and ends in the area around Den Grønne Kødby (Meatpacking District).

Info:

Please note: own payment for participation

Date: Friday 02-08-2024 kl. 17:00 – 19:00
Location: Enghave Plads, by the stairs at the metro, 1670 København V

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We look forward to seeing you!





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