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Bopa café

Bopa plads, Løgstørgade 8
2100 Copenhagen Ø
Phone: 35 43 05 66
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

Relax in the middle of Copenhagen and enjoy the cosy atmosphere at Bopa square that lies somehow nicely embedded and shielded.

If you don't know what "hyggelig" (cosy) means yet, you will find it out here.
At café Bopa you can enjoy food and drinks and in the evenings live music and alternating DJs. Parents with kids will also like this place. There is a playgound near the café and parents can practice "hygge" while watching their children enjoying themselves.

The history of Bopa square is far less cosy. Bopa comes from BOrgerlige PArtisaner (liberal freedom fighters), a resistance movement against the Germans during World War 2 that operated from the vicinity of this square.

Café opening hours
Manday - Friday: 9.00 - 22.00
Saturday - Sunday: 10.00 - 22.00

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