Category: Denmark

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A Danish feast at ‘Fru Nimb’ in Tivoli, Copenhagen

Few things compare to a traditional Danish lunch! At the newly opened restaurant ‘Fru Nimb’ in the heart of Tivoli in Copenhagen, the famous national dish of open-faced sandwiches (the so-called ‘smørrebrød’) has experienced a revival. Guests here can expect nothing less…

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The Copenhagen Traveler @ The Photo Shoot

Last week I had the pleasure of doing a photo shoot with my talented photographer in the streets of Copenhagen. Walking up and down cobbled streets in heels is not an easy task, but we managed to get some pretty decent…

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Kokkeriet in Copenhagen: Nordic Michelin with a twist

It’s a well-known fact that Kokkeriet is one of the oldest Michelin restaurants in Copenhagen. Hence, its more than 15 years of cooking for both locals and tourists has made it almost legendary on the Copenhagen food scene. But what can you expect as a guest?…

Summer in Copenhagen: where to stay

Most of us seek southward when it comes to planning summer vacations, cause we just want to be sure of the weather! But why not plan a weekend getaway to the Danish capital? During summer, Copenhagen is a lively city…

Admiral Hotel, Copenhagen: 200 years of maritime history

When entering the lobby of the four star Admiral Hotel you can almost sense it; the 200 years of dramatic history incorporated in the walls, in the old wooden rafters. It’s a piece of Danish history combined with modern luxuries…

An insider’s guide to Copenhagen

This past week I was asked by Visit Denmark UK to make an insider’s travel guide to Copenhagen. You know, a guide that’s easy to access and follow during a weekend in the Danish capital. So without further ado, here’s my…

A Historical Weekend Getaway In Denmark: Skjoldenæsholm Castle

Skjoldenæsholm  Castle in Denmark (a 1 hour drive from Copenhagen), is the ultimate getaway destination if you need to unwind completely. The peaceful surroundings, the impressive history and the exquisite food welcomes guests from near and far – if it sounds like a fairytale, that’s exactly what…

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The Square Hotel: A Central Design Hotel in Copenhagen

If you like a central location and easy access to the city, The Square Hotel is a perfect choice for a weekend in Copenhagen. Join us for an overnight stay in one of the city’s design hotels.    In the heart of…

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An idyllic holiday in the Eastern part of Denmark

Denmark might be small, but it is a country full of variety. Are you looking for a relaxed holiday away from busy agendas and hectic everyday life? Then consider going to the western part of Zealand in the eastern part of the country. Here you…

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A Complete Wellness Experience at Complete Me in Copenhagen

For more than a decade Complete Me has been the go-to spot in Copenhagen for wellness lovers of all ages. The spa recently relocated to one of the most central addresses in the city, so we had to check it out. What’s…

My Copenhagen – Part IV

Copenhagen has so much to offer in terms of gastronomy, culture and shopping – but where to start? We have teamed up with a handful of locals who all have one thing in common; they love their city! For the…

Restaurant KUL: Raw Gastronomy In The Meatpacking District

A couple of years ago, a new cheeky restaurant saw the light of day in the Meatpacking District of Copenhagen. The kitchen is playful, eclectic and international and the clientele consists of both gourmets and gourmands*. Welcome to Restaurant Kul – a…