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Top Things to do in Copenhagen, Denmark

Best Things to do in Copenhagen This charming coastal city, the capital of Denmark, has it all – historical attractions and a wealth of museums, a beautiful harbour, food halls, and of course, if visiting in Winter, hygge! Keep reading about all the things to do in Copenhagen and you’ll soon be booking plane tickets …

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Copenhagen and Tallinn: A Fine Vacation Pair

Copenhagen and Tallinn are just a short flight from each other. If you are visiting lovely Copenhagen, be sure to take a side trip to Tallin. Visit Copenhagen Copenhagen’s famed art and design museums, grand historical sites, lively urban parks, and dynamic restaurant scene makes it an easy city to love. Flat and manageable in …

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Shopping for Contemporary Design in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a veritable mecca for design aficionados. From modernist classics to cutting-edge conversation pieces, there are plenty of unique (and tempting) elements for a stylish interior to be found in Denmark’s capital city. Whether you’re in the mood to learn or purchase, here are eight places to visit on your design tour of Copenhagen: …

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Copenhagen Street Eats

Copenhagen excels at many things – it’s one of the greenest cities out there, arguably the most bike-friendly, and it has impeccable taste in art and design. Also read: Top things to do in Copenhagen Where to stay in Copenhagen It’s also made quite a name for itself as a gastronomic capital, not least because …

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Copenhagen’s Torvehallern: the World’s Best Covered Market

Torvehallern – the covered market that opened in Copenhagen in September 2011 – hasn’t been declared the world’s best covered market (yet), but it certainly has the potential. Also read: Top things to do in Copenhagen Where to stay in Copenhagen During my first few hours wandering the historic streets of Copenhagen, I learned something …

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Danish Gastronomy for the Ravenous Traveler

Denmark is famously known as the land of bacon, butter, and beer, and as unhealthy as that sounds, these wonderful Danish cooking ingredients are usually balanced out with high-quality fruits, berries, and vegetables. Gourmets from around the world laud Copenhagen’s best restaurants. Staples of the Danish diet include smoked fish, havarti cheese, pickled herring, and …

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Where to Stay In Copenhagen – Editor’s Picks

Where to Stay in Copenhagen Between the people, the canals, the skittering bicycles, and the brightly colored buildings, Copenhagen, Denmark is a friendly city, and it is surprisingly easy to get around considering its size. Copenhagen’s neighborhoods each have their own identity, and it’s worth taking a minute to find the best area to stay in Copenhagen …

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