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Copenhagen’s Three Newest Restaurants

Copenhagen’s Three Newest Restaurants September 28, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
The end of summer welcomes three contrasting new restaurants to Copenhagen, all with their own specialties and all in quite different neighborhoods. New Nordic cuisine, modern bistro food and a menu composed completely of gruel all add their own distinct flavor to Copenhagen’s restaurant scene. Seasonal...

Copenhagen’s Liveliest Dance Spots

Copenhagen’s Liveliest Dance Spots September 26, 2011 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Copenhagen may have plenty of nightclubs – but where do you go if you want to dance? Whether you’re a lover of mambo or a serious techno freak, this list should point you in the right direction. Salsa clubs The Latino wave moved over Copenhagen in the last decade and opted to stay. For lovers...

Copenhagen’s New Market a Gourmet Treat

Copenhagen’s New Market a Gourmet Treat September 12, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
It was no problem getting a smile to go with the many taste samples at Copenhagen’s new covered market, ’Torvehallen’ in the week after its grand opening on September 2nd. ‘It won’t be a supermarket – it’ll be a super market’, reads the sign outside the two covered halls of Copenhagen’s...

Tivoli’s New Restaurants

Tivoli’s New Restaurants August 1, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
This year witnessed a break with tradition for Tivoli Pleasure Gardens, as the custom of adding a new ride each season was replaced by improving the overall experience of the centuries-old amusement park, including quality dining at sensible prices. No less than five new eateries have opened their doors...

Party Boats Set Sail for Denmark’s Summer Festivals

Party Boats Set Sail for Denmark’s Summer Festivals May 27, 2011 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Dry land is no longer a prerequisite for a rocking night out. Northern Europe’s latest club trend is the party boat: mobile, floating nightclubs that dock in one particular city for a few months before setting sail to another place. This year sees Spektrum Scandinavia touring the Danish festival circuit. Spektrum...

Copenhagen’s Ørestad Unveils Business Hotel Deluxe

Copenhagen’s Ørestad Unveils Business Hotel Deluxe May 13, 2011 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Scandinavia’s largest design hotel, the Bella Sky Comwell, opens this Sunday in Copenhagen’s dynamic  Ørestad neighborhood. With 23 floors, 814 rooms and 30 meeting and conference rooms, the Bella Sky Hotel and Conference Center has been designed by architect firm 3XM and is made up of two...

Copenhagen’s New MakkeKafe a Pal to Families

Copenhagen’s New MakkeKafe a Pal to Families May 6, 2011 | Food, Kid Friendly, What's New | Read More
What do women look for in a cafe? Or, more specifically, what do moms want? Our mother’s day choice of Copenhagen cafe goes to the newly-opened coffee bar MakkeKafe, a haven for mothers and kids alike. Copenhagen is hardly short of brand-new eateries with interiors reminiscent of a Wallpaper Magazine...

Copenhagen’s Christiania Closed Indefinitely

Copenhagen’s Christiania Closed Indefinitely May 2, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
The day was bound to come when visitors to the autonomous free town of Christiania in Copenhagen would find the place closed; but no one ever expected the move to come from the residents themselves. Since last Wednesday, visitors to the area have been confronted at the Prinsessegade gates with a large...

Copenhagen’s Newest Wedding Locations

Copenhagen’s Newest Wedding Locations April 29, 2011 | Romantic, What's New | Read More
If the British Royal Wedding that took place earlier today has inspired you and your loved one to draw up some untraditional wedding plans, the City of Copenhagen has now granted couples license to marry at one of five of the capital’s most attractive landmarks. For the first time last August, Copenhagen’s...

Up-and-Coming: Musicon, Roskilde

Up-and-Coming: Musicon, Roskilde April 26, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Roskilde, the original capital of Denmark and favored burial spot for generations of royalty, is no stranger to international tourism. However, the recent transition from staid old cathedral city, with its harbor of Viking ship replicas, into a lively creative space for young, cool artists, has positioned...