Royal Palaces in Copenhagen

Denmark might not be a top traveler’s choice but it is absolutely worth visiting. As they say, well-advertised product is not always the best, while there are gems that simply do not need any advertising. They are for the ones who dare to hold them in their hands and are ready to respect. If you …

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Major Events in the History of Copenhagen: Timeline

As a capital city Copenhagen spares no effort to entertain its visitors and to keep their interest high. People visiting Denmark have some knowledge about the history of Denmark, while the history of Copenhagen seems to be a bit “ignored.” Copenhagen is said to exist as a settlement 6000 years ago. However, the first written …

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What does Copenhagen Offer for Gays and Lesbians?

Among the various facts about Denmark, there is one which makes Denmark particularly stand out. It refers to same-sex couples. There are over 190 countries in the world, some speak up about democracy and values, in others we have dictatorship, in a third we have a group of freedom fighters, whatever it is… There are …

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Cheap and Comfortable Hotels in Copenhagen

Lively and dynamic Copenhagen is not Paris, meaning that you can go to Paris without any prior planning of accommodation, simply concentrating on the things to see there and even spend your night on a bench, but Copenhagen is not a crazy destination. A visit to Copenhagen needs to be carefully planned and organized, especially …

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Shooting Denmark

Camera lenses can’t always depict the beauty our eyes witness. You can do some Photoshop tricks, but all that magic simple doesn’t work sometimes. And photos are an important part of the memories. Even if you’re not a professional photographer, you have to bring back a few albums. Here are a few places in Denmark, …

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First Hotel Hoje Taastrup: For Budget Travelers

First Hotel Hoje Taastrup is a medium-range hotel, meant for ordinary travelers whose priorities are not luxury and perfection. You should be ready to go through a few challenges and display activism. You might need to walk, catch a bus, have a fixed sightseeing plan and so on. If you are planning to stay somewhere …

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Tycho Brahe Planetarium: When Science is Fun

Even if you’re a highly cultural type of person, who gets the utmost pleasure from wandering in historical and art museums, confusing souvenir shops with exhibitions of the Danish culture, and so on, you’ll need to take a break from that sightseeing style and try something new, something fresh and fun. What a coincidence! We …

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Omena Hotel: Nice and Cheap

We all know Denmark is not a cheap country. You will need a lot of money to have a decent and convenient vacation here. There are no beaches, no woods, no free attractions you could spend your days at. Some museums are free, but you can’t go to museums every day. You need other activities, …

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Hotel Kong Arthur: Considering the Options

Thankfully, of all other cities in Denmark Copenhagen has the most variety in almost everything. There are lots of hotels, lots of places to try the local cuisine, even a few royal palaces to view. In any case, let’s discuss a new option for accommodation, as this is where you’ll keep coming back no matter how …

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A Look at David’s Collection

Copenhagen is full of private museums, collections that have been donated to public by famous collectors. If you are an expert in these types of museums, you’ll know that the topic is always somewhere near art. We have a new museum for you, a private one. David’s Collection is one of the best displays of …

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The Best Palace of Denmark: Christiansborg

You will find too many attractions worth your attention on Slotsholmen, an island that contains the best cultural centers of Copenhagen. It’s connected to the land by 8 bridges and is the first place every tourist considers for the start of sightseeing. The Palace of Christiansborg is probably the newest building on the Slotsholmen (it’s also …

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Stroget: The Longest Pedestrian Street

Every city has a famous street, the one that offers the best shopping opportunities (including the souvenir hunt), the best events, attractions, an orchestra of music performers, and simply a gate for sightseeing. Copenhagen‘s most famous street is Stroget. It’s also the longest pedestrian city in whole Europe. When you look at the map, it …

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ARKEN: A Harbour for Modern Art

Looking for some great modern art? ARKEN Museum of Modern Art is promoting it in Denmark for a while now. The museum is not very old, just like its collection. It was opened in 1996 by current Danish Queen Margrethe II. ARKEN Museum is one of the best places in Copenhagen for viewing exciting examples of …

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DGI-byen: Where Sporty Meets Comfy

We have been covering quite luxurious hotels in Denmark lately, and it’s now high time to present an exception. It’s very modest (at least in a European way). DGI-byen Hotel is located in central Copenhagen, a great location and decent quality. There is free Wi-Fi, you won’t have to cut yourself off from your business. …

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Harbour Isle Apartments: Modernity is Its Uniqueness

If you travel as a tourist, remain a tourist on your way back as well. This statement seems very absurd at first sight, but it’s got a beacon of reality. Many of our readers are probably familiar with the situation. You travel to a fantastic country, a lively city or peaceful village, and then you …

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