Monthly Archives: October 2014

A short travel guide to Miami

First edition of TGIF (“Thank God it’s Friday!”) is live! This means that you can check in to thecopenhagentraveler.com every Friday to enjoy insider travel tips for weekend get-aways, hot hotel deals, competitions, interviews with interesting people in the business and…

Fall favorites: must-haves for the season

Fall is all about warm colors and soft materials – and with Christmas being just around the corner, there’s plenty of things to wish for! Here’s my favorites for the season.    1. Aqua di Parma, Magnolia Nobile, EdP A classical fragrance from…

5 must-do’s in Vienna

Vienna is full of cultural attractions and beautiful historical sights, which is why one will never run out of things to do here. The city is also named ‘the gate to Eastern Europe’ and this alone reveals a lot of…

Casual comfort in Vienna: The Ring Hotel

If you like the sound of “casual luxury “, a central location and public transportation just outside the main door, then The Ring Hotel might just be perfect for you. This 4 star hotel offers pretty much anything you need on…

My European top 5: Germany

Although many countries and cultures have captured my heart through time, there’s a handful, which I keep returning to. Read on for some European travel inspiration. Second one on the list is Germany! Why Germany? The only fair answer to this would…

Explore the coastal wine district of Croatia

On my trip to Croatia in September I had the pleasure of visiting Pelješac – the second largest peninsula in Croatia and part of the coastal region, which is famous for its wine production. An extraordinary experience, not only for wine and food enthusiasts,…

My favorite cafés/restaurants in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is full of cosy cafes and restaurants offering local coffee and delicious Croatian delicacies. Take a break from all the sight-seeing while you’re there to enjoy some time off in one of these lovely places.  The Sesame Tavern Just…

Interview on Danish Television // TV2/Lorry

Earlier today I was interviewed for Danish Television (TV2/Lorry) about travel blogging and my own perspective on it. It’s in Danish, but if you want to have a look at it go to www.tv2lorry.dk. I wish you all a lovely…

5 reasons you should travel to Croatia

You haven’t experienced Southern Europe if you haven’t experienced Croatia. It’s as simple as that. If you don’t already have enough reasons to go – here’s 5 more: National parks Croatia is situated on the Adriatic Sea between Italy and…

Halaszbastya: Gourmet dining in the heart of Budapest

When you’re dining in the heart of Budapest overlooking the river Danube and the entire city, it’s hard not to feel a bit intimidated – in a good way. The Fisherman’s Bastion was built between 1895 and 1902 and inside of it, a beautiful…