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COPENHAGEN

Copenhagen
The coolest, most cosmopolitan, most exciting and, yes, Danny Kaye was right, the most wonderful city in Scandinavia (don’t argue Stockholm): welcome to Copenhagen (København).
These days the Danish capital is blossoming. There is a spring in its step borne from a mixture
of some brave new architecture, continued prosperity and a burgeoning confidence in its own
charms. There are more cafés and restaurants than ever and, more importantly, the locals are
learning how to use them. It used to be that Copenhageners ate out on special occasions only
and nights out were restricted to Friday and Saturday only, but that’s all changed. Even on a
wet Wednesday in February the bars and cafés will be buzzing, that all important hyggelige
(cosy) atmosphere fostering a uniquely Danish sense of wellbeing and conviviality.
In a way, the rest of the world woke up to how great this historic city of canals, cobbled
squares and copper spires was before the locals did, but it is at last sinking in that the world now
looks to Copenhagen for the best in design, architecture and fashion and is beginning also to
notice the extraordinary culinary revolution that has taken place here over the last decade.
If you are looking for an earthy, hardcore travel experience look elsewhere. Copenhagen
is clean, safe and ridiculously easy to get to know, the locals all speak superb English and
the transport system makes London’s look like it’s on the verge of a nervous breakdown. It
usually makes the top five, if not the top spot, in those ‘most liveable city’ lists. And if you
are looking for a budget destination, you might also want to reconsider your plans. This is
not a cheap city by any means, but then neither is it any more expensive than any other
major European city – London and Paris will hit your pocket harder.
HIGHLIGHTS
„ Explore the wealth of independent fashion

and design stores in Nørrebro (p107) and
Vesterbro (p107)

Nørrebro
Little
Mermaid

„ See the city from the sea on a canal and

Rust

harbour tour (p92), the easiest way to get
to the Little Mermaid (p82) too
„ Get hyggelige by candlelight in one of the

city’s cosy cafés (p97)

Geranium

„ Catch some jazz at the Copenhagen Jazz

Festival (p105), get tickets for the opera
(p106) or surrender yourself to the latest
contemporary electronic music at Rust
(p104)
„ Taste and belive all the fuss about Mod-

ern Danish cuisine at restaurants such as
Geranium (p100) and Noma ...
COPENHAGEN
Copenhagen
The coolest, most cosmopolitan, most exciting and, yes, Danny Kaye was right, the most won-
derful city in Scandinavia (don’t argue Stockholm): welcome to Copenhagen (København).
These days the Danish capital is blossoming. There is a spring in its step borne from a mixture
of some brave new architecture, continued prosperity and a burgeoning confidence in its own
charms. There are more cafés and restaurants than ever and, more importantly, the locals are
learning how to use them. It used to be that Copenhageners ate out on special occasions only
and nights out were restricted to Friday and Saturday only, but that’s all changed. Even on a
wet Wednesday in February the bars and cafés will be buzzing, that all important hyggelige
(cosy) atmosphere fostering a uniquely Danish sense of wellbeing and conviviality.
In a way, the rest of the world woke up to how great this historic city of canals, cobbled
squares and copper spires was before the locals did, but it is at last sinking in that the world now
looks to Copenhagen for the best in design, architecture and fashion and is beginning also to
notice the extraordinary culinary revolution that has taken place here over the last decade.
If you are looking for an earthy, hardcore travel experience look elsewhere. Copenhagen
is clean, safe and ridiculously easy to get to know, the locals all speak superb English and
the transport system makes London’s look like it’s on the verge of a nervous breakdown. It
usually makes the top five, if not the top spot, in those ‘most liveable city’ lists. And if you
are looking for a budget destination, you might also want to reconsider your plans. This is
not a cheap city by any means, but then neither is it any more expensive than any other
major European city – London and Paris will hit your pocket harder.
© Lonely Planet Publications
HIGHLIGHTS
Explore the wealth of independent fashion
and design stores in Nørrebro ( p107 ) and
Vesterbro ( p107 )
See the city from the sea on a canal and
harbour tour ( p92 ), the easiest way to get
to the Little Mermaid ( p82 ) too
Get hyggelige by candlelight in one of the
city’s cosy cafés ( p97 )
Catch some jazz at the Copenhagen Jazz
Festival ( p105 ), get tickets for the opera
( p106 ) or surrender yourself to the latest
contemporary electronic music at Rust
( p104 )
Taste and belive all the fuss about Mod-
ern Danish cuisine at restaurants such as
Geranium ( p100 ) and Noma ( p102 )
Nørrebro
Vesterbro
Copenhagen
Opera House
Rust
Geranium
Little
Mermaid
Noma
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