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Experience New Year’s Eve in Copenhagen

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The weather is becoming colder in Copenhagen and it is becoming increasingly darker and darker earlier and earlier. Winter is here and don’t you worry, Copenhagen is awesome during the winter with its Christmas lights, Christmas markets and its hygge all over. So stick it to Copenhagen’s cold and dark weather, put on your mittens, pull down your beanie, swaddle your scarf and come bundled up for some great Danish hygge early with us on New Years Eve 2019/20, because as you may have heard hygge is not only just for Danes anymore (*wink, wink.).

The Perfect Recipe For Danish Christmas Hygge

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Christmas is the season of many different traditions in Copenhagen and indeed Denmark. The point of this post is not to account for all of them! Instead, our team came together over a couple of Julebryg (Christmas beers) and discussed which of the Danish Christmas traditions we hold the dearest.

What to do in Copenhagen with kids

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Experiencing Copenhagen with kids is fairly easy. Most of the attractions are within walking distance of each other, public transportation is convenient, and most bike rentals have children’s bikes available. And the city actually has a lot to offer the younger audience. Here are some of the possibilities for children when visiting Copenhagen from the easy, to the cultural…

Your Guide To The Perfect Copenhagen Visit

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Walking tours with Copenhagen By Mie & Friends are the best. You don’t have to compete with anyone for a window seat, you can walk on the banks of a Game of Thrones worthy citadel or visit the best eateries without having to lock your bike, and you can venture into tucked-away, cobble-stoned filled alleyways where other modes of transportation can’t. In short, a walking tour is more immersive and provide a lot more access than you can with any other type of city tour.

8 Ways to Act More Local in: Copenhagen

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Whenever you arrive to a new town or country, it’s easy to just keep on doing whatever you do at home. It’s also a sure-fire way though to be labelled as a tourist by the locals, as your behavior clearly doesn’t adhere to the unwritten rules of the town or country you’re visiting. Copenhagen is…

The Best Brunch In: Copenhagen

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It’s no secret that a good breakfast plays a central role in how the rest of your day is going to go. Maybe that was what John Gunther meant when he famously said, “All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast.” And there might just be something to that if we consider how seriously Copenhageners take their…

Things to do in: Copenhagen


Progressive, artsy, oh-so-livable Copenhagen is the kind of city that will make you want to stay indefinitely. It’s packed with plenty to explore and discover, from the extensive fine arts scene to quirky parks, epic brunches to street food feasts. To help you make the most of your time in the city, our local Copenhagen…

24 Hours In: Copenhagen

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You won’t have a hard time finding something to marvel at in Copenhagen, be it Instagram-worthy architecture, impossibly cute cafes, picturesque parks or charming neighbourhoods filled with unique shops and fantastic restaurants. You’ll likely want to spend as much time as you can in the Scandinavian capital, but if you’re only got 24 hours, here’s…

The Complete Guide to: Copenhagen Travel

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Once a fishing colony until the 12th century, the so-hip-it-hurts city of Copenhagen exudes cool. With stunning architecture, canals, castles, and cobbled streets, it’s no wonder this stylish city is on every traveller’s bucket list. We asked our local Copenhagen tour guides for everything you need to know about visiting Copenhagen, from getting to and…