The winter months are long (we sure know), but the good thing is that they are packed with local traditions especially during Christmas and New Year’s Eve. In this blogpost, we will guide you to the best places to eat and drink during your holiday stay and give you insight into the local traditions surrounding both Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
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With its endless days of light, summer in Copenhagen is the perfect excuse to make the most of all the beautiful outdoor spaces the city has to offer. We would love to share some of our best tips on where to eat this summer in Copenhagen. All of places offer indoor seating, but we adore them for how they make the most of their surroundings by offering superb outdoor seating. We hope you will love these places as much as we do!
The gastro tourist is always on the hunt for culinary experiences combined with cultural insights, getting behind the scenes and hands-on-participation. The word gastronomy is one of the best to capture the desire: exploring the relationship between food and culture.
Now we have chosen to design a unique gastro travel exploring the new Nordic cuisine from its cradle in urban Copenhagen to its borders in the remote and unexplored Faroe Islands.
In Copenhagen many museums, attractions and restaurants are closed on Mondays. But don’t be fooled: the city still has so many wonderful things to do! We have created a guide with our best tips and tricks for what do when most restaurants, museums and attractions are closed.
Baby it’s cold outside! If you have planned to visit Copenhagen some time soon this is a must read. We have written down some of our favorite things to do on a cold winter day. Everything from museums, wellness, cinemas, games and (short distance) shopping.