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Coming up in Copenhagen in 2011

Coming up in Copenhagen in 2011 January 7, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
One of the most annoying things about traveling is arriving in a city only to discover that something that you would have really loved to have experienced has just been… and gone. Whether its art exhibitions, opera or music festivals, don’t miss out this year with our breakdown of some of Copenhagen’s...

Copenhagen’s Year: Trends of 2010

Copenhagen’s Year: Trends of 2010 December 29, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
Out were over-polluting cars, The Little Mermaid and overpriced fusion food. In were Nordic cuisine and Scandinavian cooking, gourmet burgers and cycle paths. So, what did happen in Copenhagen in 2010? The Little Mermaid left the country on a promotional visit to Shanghai’s Expo, and then returned...

Copenhagen’s Best Outdoor Ice Rinks

Copenhagen’s Best Outdoor Ice Rinks December 16, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Public, outdoor ice rinks are popular in Copenhagen from mid-November right through to February, and they’re also free – you just have to pay for skate hire. The most well-known rink is traditionally laid in a large circle around Kongens Nytorv square, but will not be returning to the Indre Byen...

The Little Mermaid Returns to Copenhagen

The Little Mermaid Returns to Copenhagen November 22, 2010 | What's New | Read More
After six months serving as an ambassador for her home country at the World Expo in Shanghai, China, Copenhagen’s most visited tourist attraction, The Little Mermaid, was packed up and shipped home on October 31st. After a lengthy voyage from the other side of the world she was safely returned...

Christmas Trees Move in on Copenhagen to Help the Environment

Christmas Trees Move in on Copenhagen to Help the Environment November 13, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Nowhere in the world do Christmas trees spring up as plentifully in Scandinavia, where the annual excursion into the woods for a tree is part of most family traditions. This year, however, the city’s most ecological trees will not be found in the forest. This season, the greenest Christmas trees come...

Alternative Road Signs Invade Copenhagen

Alternative Road Signs Invade Copenhagen October 28, 2010 | free, What's New | Read More
Visitors to Copenhagen right now can be forgiven by being a little puzzled by some of the more cryptic road signs scattered around the city, which seem to be suggesting alternative methods of behavior more than laying down the law: one example is this sign representing a ‘Kramme Zone‘ (hugging...

Late-night Fashion in Copenhagen’s Stores

Late-night Fashion in Copenhagen’s Stores September 30, 2010 | Events, What's New | Read More
Fashion magazine Costume is holding the biggest late-night shopping event of the year this Friday, October 1st when the crème de la crème of Copenhagen’s clothing stores will be opening late to offer fashion shows, goodie bags and champagne to the fashion-conscious in the ‘Fashion After Dark’...

Gourmet Chefs Battle it out with Burgers in Copenhagen

Gourmet Chefs Battle it out with Burgers in Copenhagen September 27, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
If you thought Denmark’s gourmet chefs were all about four-course dinners and fancy food, think again: the latest culinary war is currently hotting up in the burger bar. When the owners of upmarket restaurants Le Sommelier and Umami opened MASH last year (standing for Modern American Steakhouse),...

Welcome to Jægersborggade, Copenhagen’s Most Colorful Street

Welcome to Jægersborggade, Copenhagen’s Most Colorful Street September 13, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
A decade ago this tough, Nørrebro street was known for its connection to biker gangs and hash clubs, and the few journalists who dared to traverse its 19th-century cobblestones had generally been sent to report on some kind of trouble. Today, however, the street is making international waves as a fascinating,...

Copenhagen Takes Care of its Bikes

Copenhagen Takes Care of its Bikes September 10, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Copenhagen’s unwanted bikes are getting a little loving care these days, by way of a tender oiling and some fresh air in their tires: All part of the local city council’s service as the world’s best bike city. The service is currently on trial at five Metro stations in the city, where...