Copenhagen is easy to love. Take a stroll through the beautiful Danish capital on a summer's day, and you understand why. Water is surrounding the city, inventive architecture and sustainable buildings are on display everywhere and good-looking people on bikes outnumber the cars.
Ever since Noma came on the scene Nordic cuisine is synonymous with seasonal, local produce, and even as that famous restaurant is getting ready to close down, countless others have opened their doors to curious diners. Copenhagen’s food scene today is vivid and varied and full of surprises. Shopping is exciting, too, with the famous sense of Danish design permeating everything from interior to fashion.
In the colder months, when it is arguably a bit tougher to fall in love with the city at first sight, Hygge abounds. This untranslatable Danish word which describes a state of ‘complete lack and absence of anything annoying’ turns dark winter afternoons into cozy bars, candlelight, and good people and food all around.
Time to get to know the Danish capital in any season. Here are our favorite spots to visit in 12hrs in Copenhagen.
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