Too much to mention – Copenhagen
A few days away? We soon head south but did you know that Copenhagen is a mega versatile city where you won’t get bored? Really, so much is happening here! Moreover, there is a very nice, welcoming vibe and the city is a great mix of history versus hip and happening.
Divided into various neighborhoods, each area naturally has a number of must sees: for example, the Oster Kvarter houses not only the political center with beautiful old buildings but also the well-known Nyhavn. The colored waterfront houses with all the cozy restaurants, it is a (photogenic) picture. The “kissing bridge” (you will find out) connects Nyhavn to Christianshavn where it is good to relax by the water with a delicious street food lunch. Of course, the little Seaside and Tivoli amusement park should not be missing from your list as should the parks in Sankt Annae, chic Frederiksberg with its wonderful stores and Kodbyen in the Vesterbro district where the new entertainment center has its current roots. All doable by bike! With a little timing, you can also catch one of Denmark’s many festivals.
Big in Design and Architecture, Copenhagen is also home to Bjark Ingels‘ renowned architectural firm “Big,” among others. In addition, it has provided many well-known interior/product designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Andersen, Wegner, Carl Hansen and many others. Young designers like 101 Copenhagen and Icon Cobenhavn are also very popular now. Design is in the Danes’ blood as evidenced by the immensely polar Royal Danish Academy (architecture, design, conservation). If you like it, there are virtual exhibitions by Arne Jacobsen and by Modern Danish Architecture that you can follow. Really worth it!
For 1001 reasons -too much to mention because there’s still a wealth of amazing sights we haven’t mentioned right now – we’ve highlighted Copenhagen. We hope you fall in love with this city as much as we did! And then, of course, this Cosmopolitan keepsake should not be missing from your interior!
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