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Walking Around Copenhagen’s Waterfront

Walking Around Copenhagen’s Waterfront February 28, 2012 | Things to Do | Read More
Talking a walk around Copenhagen’s revitalized waterfront is an ideal opportunity to see some of the city’s best architecture, both old and new, as well as to witness the many changes the city has undergone over the past decade on both sides of the harbor. The perfect way to do this is to cross over...

Spring Blooms in Copenhagen

Spring Blooms in Copenhagen February 22, 2012 | Romantic, Things to Do | Read More
Copenhagen’s many green spaces burst with color come April and May. Here’s where to add the floral to your spring visit—and places where you can experience beautiful flower arrangements all year round. Outdoor blooms Frederiksberg Have Over 300 years old, this English-inspired royal garden, with...

Touring Copenhagen’s Jazz Hang-outs

Touring Copenhagen’s Jazz Hang-outs February 16, 2012 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Jazz is as much part of Copenhagen’s landscape as bicycles, open sandwiches and HC Andersen. Jazz musicians’ love affair with Copenhagen began in the ‘50s, when well-known Americans like Dexter Gordon, Ben Webster, Ed Thigpen and Kenny Drew crossed the Atlantic and formed a community around Copenhagen’s...

Copenhagen’s Other Statue Landmarks

Copenhagen’s Other Statue Landmarks February 9, 2012 | free, Things to Do | Read More
Disappointed by the lowly proportions of Copenhagen’s most famous landmark, The Little Mermaid? The city has plenty of other statues with a story to tell, either in what they depict or the fuss they caused while being made. Check out these effigies for size. 1.    Lurblæserne (The Hornblowers),...