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Where To Watch EURO 2020 in Copenhagen

Copenhagen will be rocking this summer, since you may have heard we beat Ireland (Hutteli-hut!) and have finally qualified for the EURO 2020 Championships. In June, Copenhagen, and indeed Denmark, will be all about football. Copenhagen is co-hosting the European Championships in soccer, and 4 matches will be played at the Danish national stadium, Parken. Denmark will be playing in 3 of those matches, which only make the hype go up even further so come celebrate it with us this June.

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8 Things To Do In Copenhagen During Christmas

Spending your Christmas is Copenhagen was a wise decision. Copenhagen really gets into the festive spirit during December, where locals and visitors from all over the world enjoy themselves in cozy settings fighting off the cold with the embodiment of the lovely Danish concept hygge. 

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5 cool Copenhagen experiences you can have with the new City Ring metro

Finally, get ready to pop the champagne! After 8 years of waiting and 15.5 km of digging and construction work, Copenhagen’s brand new metro line The City Ring has been completed. Copenhageners know this have been a hugely bumpy ride with the ups – the art installations on the walls was really cool, and the downs – the delays we could have gone without. But without the delays, the archaeologists wouldn’t have uncovered new knowledge about our collective past! During the construction work, the metro workers discovered some skeletons, which initiated a huge archaeological discovery proving Copenhagen to be much older than we until they were done believed.

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5 places you must visit on Copenhagen’s latest draw: Refshaleøen

It’s no secret Visit Copenhagen have made a great effort in creating a great brand for Copenhagen around the world today. You only have to go 30 years back in time though, then Copenhagen consisted mainly of industry, navy and a few sights to see. Today, Copenhagen is a city transformed: A shining beacon of inspiration for art, design, culture, architecture and food – not only within the inner city, but also in the city’s many booming and developing neighborhoods.

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The Perfect Recipe For Danish Christmas Hygge

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.

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Best Vegetarian & Vegan Places In: Copenhagen

Being either a vegetarian or vegan in Copenhagen is generally very easy as Copenhagen offers plenty of choices. Not every restaurant will have a vegan alternative, but most of them will definitely have a vegetarian alternative. As of right now, 1,8% of Denmark’s inhabitants are either vegan or vegetarians, that makes for a total of…

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24 Hours In: Copenhagen

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…

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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…

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The Complete Guide to: Copenhagen Travel

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…

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