Hello Hygge – Two Days In Copenhagen

  First things first. The amount of good looking people per square metre is staggering. It’s like being in a Hollister catalogue but with more clothes. Before you go, I recommend hanging out at one of those stores in your city so you can...
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A Local’s Guide to Copenhagen with Rebecca Thandi Norman

  US-born Rebecca Thandi Norman first moved to Copenhagen back in 2008 as a student and now lives permanently in the city with her Danish husband.  Having fallen in love with Copenhagen, she and her business partner Freya McOmish decided to...
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Copenhagen Tips: A Weekend Break in the City of the King

Though a queen, not a king rules the country these days, it's easy to see why locals call Copenhagen the “city of the king”, or in Danish “Kongens By”. Copenhagen is a sophisticated city that offers visitors plenty of interesting attractions. The...
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Legoland Billund: What to Know Before You Go

Fact: If all the Lego minifigures in the world got together there'd be over 4 billion of them and they'd make up the world's largest population. Invented in the small Danish town of Billund in 1932, the plastic yellow people have come a long way...
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10 Things For Under a Tenner in… Copenhagen

Copenhagen has a reputation for being expensive. And yes, ok, it is - but really don't let that put you off going there. It's a really beautiful city full of lovely Danish people, and you won't regret visiting for even a moment - especially if you...
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Dive Bars and Dice Games… How To Fall In Love With Copenhagen

The first thing that greets you when you walk through the front door of the Eiffel Bar in Christianshavn is… another, slightly more sinister looking metal door.  Open this one though, and you're met with air that’s as thick with smoke as it is with...
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