Eating has taken the lead as the top activity in Copenhagen. We pick the best places to eat and drink during a trip to the city.
The Little Mermaid can move over. It’s not just famous statues, those colourful houses or the shiny lights of Tivoli Gardens that visitors are flocking to Denmark’s chic capital for. Instead, an entirely consumable style of amusement – eating – has taken the lead as the number one must-do activity in the city. Continue at Source: 10 of the best places to eat in Copenhagen
When you see people traveling to new and exotic places on social media, it’s often the same locations over and over again. Have you ever heard of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic? This 18-archipelago vacation spot is home to awe-inspiring views, craggy rocks, and breathtaking scenery from verdant fields to crystal blue waters.
The Faroe Islands are also steeped in rich history and they’re self-governing, leaving them mostly untouched by mankind. The place is only populated by about 50,000 people altogether, spread across all the different archipelagos. Many of the villages are small and remote. Here are 10 jaw-dropping sights you must see if you plan a visit. Continue at Source: 10 Jaw-Dropping Sights You Can Only See In The Faroe Islands
Copenhagen is not unlike its Swedish sister, Malmö, just across the bridge. But somehow the city’s tenuous land ties to the remote sea-washed reaches of northern Germany make it just that much more of an island refuge—official “Big Germany” happens far to the south and “Big Scandinavia” happens on the other side of the bridge, across the water. Copenhagen is its own small, intense thing, very much not Germany, but not quite Scando-land, either.
Its hotels are delightfully iconoclastic as well. Continue at Source: The Best Hotels In Copenhagen
So, you are also looking for happiness? We hope that you will come visit us in Denmark and help us find all the keys to a real home of happiness. Keys we will share with the rest of the world – and hopefully make everyone in it (perhaps even you?) a little bit happier. Continue at Source: Join and Win – IKEA – Home View
As Denmark’s “second city,” Aarhus is emerging from Copenhagen’s shadow. Find out the best things to do in this Danish city on the rise with travelers.
As Denmark’s “second city,” Aarhus is used to Copenhagen grabbing all the attention. But over the past few years, Aarhus has emerged from the capital’s shadow, garnering a reputation mong travelers as an exciting alternative for a Danish city break.Aarhus, the country’s second-largest city, is located on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, about 115 miles northwest of the capital, Copenhagen. With its mix of world-class cuisine, impressive art galleries, attractive architecture and laid-back atmosphere, Aarhus is coming into its own.
Toad, a 20-year-old Danish woman living in Copenhagen, has been lonely her whole life. She is autistic, and as a child, did not have any friends
Denmark’s New Nordic cuisine shines within the walls of its traditional fortresses.