Copenhagen holidays

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A local’s guide to Copenhagen: Viking treasure, wild swimming and secret dancefloors
Full of fabulous architecture, waterways, parks and museums … No wonder it’s such a great place to live, says the Time Out Copenhagen author

Laura Hall

17, Oct, 2022 @6:00 AM

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The first time I’ve enjoyed cycling in a city: my Tour de Copenhagen
With the Tour de France heading to Denmark for the first time, I tasted the cycling and culinary pleasures of the capital – and tried out Stage 1 of the route

Kevin Rushby

30, Jun, 2022 @6:00 AM

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From Paris to Galway: expert foodies reveal the very best places to eat on holiday
Fred Sirieix’s guide to Paris, Girorgio Locatelli on Sicily, plus hidden gems in Copenhagen, Seville, Cornwall, Limassol, Amsterdam and Lisbon

Interviews by Holly O'Neill and Killian Fox

19, Jun, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Stylishly at home in Copenhagen
The Danish home of the design duo behind fashion label Ganni is a natural extension of their Scandi aesthetic, writes Scarlett Conlon

Scarlett Conlon

14, Mar, 2021 @9:30 AM

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Interrailing at 50: reliving our backpacking days … in style
The European rail pass offers two friends a second bite at their youth, as they savour bars, views and food from Amsterdam to Copenhagen

Rhonda Carrier

06, Dec, 2020 @7:00 AM

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Carlsberg, probably the best new district in Copenhagen
A new hotel, once part of the famous brewery, is the latest addition to a neighbourhood with an industrial-chic feel and a sustainable ethos

Mark Johanson

02, Apr, 2019 @5:30 AM

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Need a hygge? Try Copenhagen for a happiness fix
With its startling architecture and world class food the Danish capital is all about enjoying the good life … at a price. Our writer is also struck by the story behind a statue – and it’s not of a mermaid

Joanna Moorhead

01, Jul, 2018 @9:00 AM

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Cycling downhill: has Copenhagen hit peak bike?
The share of trips taken by bike in Denmark’s capital has fallen. With ever more cars on the road and a new metro line about to open, can Copenhagen reach its target to have half of all journeys made by bike?

Athlyn Cathcart-Keays in Copenhagen

17, Nov, 2017 @7:30 AM

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Copenhagen cycle jams tackled with electronic information panels
Danish capital last year saw more bicycles enter city than cars, with almost half of residents cycling to work or school

Jon Henley European affairs correspondent

31, May, 2017 @5:06 PM

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Highlights of Denmark: readers’ travel tips
With its 7,000km of coastline and more than 400 islands, Denmark makes a great holiday playground. Follow readers’ advice and it needn’t be expensive either

Guardian readers

02, Feb, 2017 @6:30 AM

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Bullets at the bodega: hygge and horror in Copenhagen’s cosiest bar
Rosengårdens Bodega is warm and friendly, but has its darker side: it’s the spot where the Danish resistance caught up with a notorious Nazi informer in 1944

James Clasper

24, Nov, 2016 @12:31 PM

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Ski slope to open on new Copenhagen power plant
From next year, one of the world’s longest artificial ski slopes will run from the roof of the city’s new ultra-green waste-to-energy power plant

Patrick Thorne

16, Nov, 2016 @7:42 AM

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