We continue along Reventlowsgade Street contemplating the exterior architecture of the Astoria hotel and head towards the heart of the Vesterbro neighborhood. This is the old district of Copenhagen famous for its red zone in the style of Amsterdam. Today, you can still watch sex shops as well as some prostitutes in the streets - the ones I saw were Romanian and very far from the levels that can be seen in the windows of Amsterdam.
Anyway, Vesterbro has undergone a great face-lift and today it has become the most modern area of the city with many original shops, splendid architecture, lots of cafes and terraces as well as high-end restaurants Quality and many modern bars where young people go out for drinks.
In the case of Meat Packing District. Formerly it was a set of slaughterhouses and now it has become an area of art exhibitions, restaurants, cocktail bars and cocktails and the most frequented nightclubs in the city. In fact, at night we poke our heads and it is curious to be in a place with white walls, slaughter hooks hanging from the ceiling and techno music playing at full throttle.