The inhabitants of Frederiksberg have historically been richer than their neighbours around them.
The metro line crosses the northern part of Frederiksberg, so it is the bet way to get there from Copenhagen Airport, as well as several other areas of the city served by metro, such as Amager.
The following Metro stations are in Frederiksberg: From South to North, two lines of the S-Tog cross Frederiksberg - lines C (and its express variant H) closer to the centre and line F along the eastern border of Frederiksberg.
Falkoner Allé one of Frederiksberg's main streets are well known for its many Computer stores, and is the place to go in Copenhagen if you need spare parts, a USB drive for your pictures or the like.
A mouthwatering street If you are overnighting it in an apartment, or staying in a hostel where communal kitchens is often available, or you'd like to blend in with the locals and picnic in one of the parks, consider dropping by some of Værnedamsvej many food stores, it used to be known for its many butcheries, but all but one has now closed, and been replaced with a wide array of stores, modestly providing some of the city's best delicacies, on top of the stores listed here there are also a immigrant grocery store selling exotic food and fresh fruits and vegetables, and a store selling fresh fish.
The following stations on line C are in Frederiksberg: This park is one of Copenhagen's largest, most attractive and popular green spaces, covering more than 30 hectares (75 acres) of parkland.
It was originally part of the palace grounds, and is a mix of baroque and romantic era landscape garden.
Værnedams is a small, but incredibly hip, street running between Vesterbrogade and Gammel Kongevej.
It is mainly famous for, and colloquially known as, "The Food street" because of the solid number of speciality food stores and good take away stores located here.
When the weather is nice the park is full of life, with kids playing around, occasional soccer and Frisbee games, and young couples kissing on the benches.
If you walk around to explore the park, you'll find a few surprises hidden around the park; The Apias Temple, located on the hill leading up to the palace, is a Greek style temple build in 1802, the classic look combined with washed out graffiti, makes for some interesting photo opportunities, if you're a geek.
Elsewhere the Chinese gazebo and bridge was constructed in 1803, and was used as a tea house for the royalty on the palace, it sits on an island surrounded by a canal, and is open for visitors every Sunday afternoon.