We spend a lot of time in Christiania, a self-proclaimed autonomous neighborhood of Copenhagen, since 1971. It’s a source of controversy in Denmark, but this true libertarian experience is unique in Europe.
Apart from the legal marijuana selling that makes the district famous and full of tourists, it’s an amazing place, full of nice little houses hidden in the nature and there’s street art everywhere. We really enjoyed it.
An extract of the mission statement: “The objective of Christiania is to create a self-governing society whereby each and every individual holds themselves responsible over the wellbeing of the entire community. Our society is to be economically self-sustaining and, as such, our aspiration is to be steadfast in our conviction that psychological and physical destitution can be averted.”