Cross Langebro and you end up on Amager, the island in Øresund. This island is often overlooked compared to other areas in Copenhagen but it is , which is a shame as the island is actually booming with opportunities. With Amagerbrogade as Amager’s main traffic artery, Amager Fælled in the West and Amager Strandpark in the East, Amager is a place where people can unwind in residential areas surrounded by nature, whilst in close proximity to the city. water and architecture.
Despite the distance, Amager is closely connected to the other areas by public transport. It makes it easy to access the inner part of Copenhagen while living in the outskirts, where there is more space and cleaner air.