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Where to stay in Copenhagen

Where to stay in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is Denmark’s capital city and offers a fun mix of eclectic art, a world-class dining scene with 15 Michelin stars, live music venues, and old-world history going back centuries. As the home of the Danish royal family, there are also palaces dotted all over Copenhagen. And since Denmark is the birthplace of world-famous figures like author Hans Christian Anderson, you’ll find monuments and statues dedicated to them too. Although Copenhagen is a relatively small city, especially when compared to other European capitals, there are still many varied districts within the city to choose from when deciding where to stay…
Where to stay in Odense

Where to stay in Odense

Denmark’s third largest city, Odense, sits on the island Funen and is a fun alternative destination to Copenhagen. Odense Denmark largely flies under the tourist radar and remains a charming small city to visit. The best “claim to fame” for Odense is that it’s the hometown of Hans Christian Andersen, the author known best for fairy tales. His former home has been turned into a museum which you can now visit. As for getting around Odense, it’s fairly easy; the western half of the city is pedestrianized, and there’s a free bus that circles the city center every ten minutes.…
Where to stay in Aarhus

Where to stay in Aarhus

If you are planning a trip to Denmark and plan to go beyond the capital city of Copenhagen, chances are you will find yourself in Denmark’s second largest city, Aarhus. Often rated the happiest city in Denmark, this city of 350,000 residents is a cultural treasure trove for the intrepid traveller. Aarhus Denmark is home to several world-class music festivals throughout the year, and a lively nightlife scene in several neighborhoods. With our Aarhus neighborhood guide, we’ll help you find the best area to stay in Aarhus, and the best hotels in Aarhus for every type of traveller. We will…
48 hours in Copenhagen - 2 Day Itinerary

48 hours in Copenhagen – 2 Day Itinerary

Known from fairy tales of H. C. Andersen, the Danish capital is a magical place. Centuries-old traditions reappear with a modern twist; old-fashioned buildings with colourful facades house sleek design studios, palaces and churches are transformed into contemporary art institutions, and restaurants introduce the “Bornholm version” of Spanish Tapas, serving highest quality of Danish “spegepølse” instead of Ibérico. Unforgettable culinary experiences, a vibrant cultural life and loads of opportunities for shopping - you will find it all in Copenhagen! Approach the Copenhagen with an open mind, and it will amaze you. If you only have 48 hours there… prepare yourself…
17 Things to do in Odense - That People's Actually Do!

17 Things to do in Odense – That People’s Actually Do!

Odense is a delightful mid-sized city in Funen, Denmark’s third-largest island. It also happens to be the third-most populous Danish city, combining old town charm and culture with modern infrastructure.  Despite its 4,000 or so years of history, Odense remains somewhat of an unknown (and underrated) destination for those outside of Scandinavia. Yet, the city can be a breath of fresh air for those seeking a laid-back weekend away. Those with kids will particularly appreciate the family-friendly atmosphere. In recent years, the city’s harbour has undergone impressive developments and a surge of cultural events have begun appearing. A crop of…
Ultimate Travel Guide to Odense

Ultimate Travel Guide to Odense

Odense is Denmark’s third most populous city. Located on the island of Funen, it has remained a small yet thriving area for over 4,000 years. It’s a destination that not many people outside of Scandinavia know about, yet is definitely worth visiting and learning about. If you’re after a casual weekend getaway, Odense may be the ideal place for you. If this is the first you’re hearing about this charming Danish city, you’re likely wondering, what is there to see and do in Odense? Keep reading for the ultimate travel guide to Odense, covering the best sites, activities, tours, foods,…
15 things to do in Copenhagen

15 Things to do in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is Denmark’s capital city, with about half a million residents who call Copenhagen home. Copenhagen is a fun mixture of trendy hot spots and historic attractions. There are a few world-famous attractions in Copenhagen, such as the Tivoli Gardens and Little Mermaid statue, but there are many other Copenhagen delights just waiting to be discovered. Denmark is officially the happiest country on earth, thanks to a big dose of hygge. Copenhagen is also one of the greenest capital cities, with over half of the citizens biking to work. For the foodie traveler, Copenhagen is home to 15 Michelin stars,…
Best Day trips from Copenhagen

Day trips from Copenhagen

The Danish capital of Copenhagen is known for its exquisite design culture, great shopping arcades and vivid art and music scene. What you may not know is that Copenhagen is also a great hub for day trips and excursions! This guide gives you recommendations and inspiration for day trips from Copenhagen to discover the rich cultural and historical heritage of Northern Zealand (Denmark’s biggest island, on which Copenhagen is located) and beyond! Plan your trip to Denmark Avoid hidden fees in the exchange rate while withdrawing from millions of ATMs abroad, paying in restaurants and shops, and buying your accommodation…
The Ultimate Travel Guide to Aarhus

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Aarhus

Less known than the famous Copenhagen, Aarhus in Denmark is a bustling city filled with shopping arcades, cultural and music venues, beautiful parks, world-class restaurants and much more. Whether you are a foodie, architecture or design enthusiast or simply looking for a place for a relaxing urban holiday, Aarhus will not disappoint. This ultimate travel guide to Aarhus will show you all the most beautiful places in Aarhus, what to expect when visiting, where to stay in Aarhus and things to do in Aarhus which will help you in planning a trip to Aarhus. Plan your trip to Denmark Avoid…
Budget Travel Guide to Copenhagen

Budget Travel Guide to Copenhagen

For budget travellers, Copenhagen is never going to be the first destination that makes it onto the travel itinerary, because Scandinavian cities are always notoriously expensive, even by Western standards. While the Danish capital will never rank amongst the cheapest places to visit in Europe, there’s such a wealth of history, architecture and culture in the city that it’s well worth braving the higher prices to experience Copenhagen. As with anywhere in the world though, there are ways to keep your costs low and to see Copenhagen on the cheap. You can find cheap eats across the city if you…