Wednesday, 24 September 2014

The Stylish Copenhagen Travel Guide

Where to stay in Copenhagen:
  • There are many boutique hotels in Copenhagen however I did find that many of them were overpriced for what you get. During my trip I stayed at Skt Petri (read my Skt Petri hotel review) which had a great 3 nights for the price of 2 offer and a great location right in the Latin Quarter centre, close to all the restaurants and attractions.
  • For eco chic options you can try Babette Guldsmeden or Carlton Guldsmeden.
  • For extra luxury the Nimb Hotel is housed in a Moorish inspired building.
Make sure when finding a hotel to always check out the their site for any offers.

Where to eat in Copenhagen:

Copenhagen has recently emerged as a mecca for foodies, housing the best restaurant in the world - Noma. Although I didn`t get to eat there this time (reservations go out months in advance) there are still plenty of good food options around, some of them even opened by former Noma chefs.
  • Manfreds & Vin, and Relae are two local favourites serving Nordic food situated just vis-a-vis of each other.
  • For more Nordic cuisine head to Host which has a great design as well as good food
  • For sweet tooth head to Conditori La Glace bakery for the most amazing cakes in one of the most amazing settings
  • Kalaset is another quirky cafe that serves amazing brunches 
  • Atlas Bar is a great option if you`re a solo traveller and the menu is a mixture from around the world
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Quirky interior and delicious food at Atlas Bar.
  • While in Copenhagen don`t forget to try a traditional Danish hot dog from a street stand which is absolutely deliciousstylish copenhagen travel guide
The most badass hot dog I ever had
Things to do in Copenhagen:
  • Spend an afternoon at Tivoli Gardens which is a beautiful amusement park
  • Take a stroll along Nyhavn and stop for a coffee while admiring the view
  • Visit the Latin Quarter for beautiful buildings and great restaurants
  • Spend a morning at Torvehallerne - an amazing, more upscale indoor food market
  • Rosenborg Slot Castle is very cute and has a beautiful park
  • Take a half day trip to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art which houses works of art from artists such as Andy Warhol, Picasso, and Yves Klein.
  • If you`re spending quite a few days in Copenhagen then you can take the direct train to Malmo in Sweden.
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