Copenhagen, Denmark's capital, is an improbable combination of corny Danish cliches, well-dressed executives having a business lunch amid cutting-edge contemporary architecture and some of the funkiest counterculture in Europe. And yet, it all just w...
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A city that's as welcoming to kids as to adults, Copenhagen is a perfect family city break - visiting with my toddler in a buggy, we found 10 of the best things to do in Copenhagen with kids (including ideas for all ages)
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A weekend in Copenhagan. The multicoloured waterfront town houses of Nyhavn, Tivoli Gardens and the dockside statue of Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid at Langelinie are all well known. Just a short stroll, however, and you are into a more modern world of cutting edge eateries, boutique shops and forward-thinking design.
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Is Copenhagen the cozy capital of the world? I think yes! Over the past few years I’ve become obsessed with the Danish tradition of hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”). It’s tricky thing to define, but for all intents and purposes, hygge is the Danish tradition/lifestyle approach that celebrates “coziness of the soul.” Light a candle and get snuggled up… because today I’m sharing seven cozy experiences in Denmark.
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Laura | What's Hot posted a link
Copenhagen probably isn't high up on your list of literary cities to visit but there are lots of great places for bookworms in the Danish capital. Here's my guide to Copenhagen for book lovers including libraries, book cafes, bookshops and more.
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With so many free things in Copenhagen, you don't have to fall into the tourist trap and overpay. No, in Copenhagen, there are numerous free attractions and other things visitors can get for free...here are the best.