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Discover the beauty of Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, is a city full of historic landmarks, innovative designs and green oases. It is no wonder that this city has been voted as the Best in Travel by Lonely Planet in 2019. The city is also home to the world-famous three Michelin star restaurants – Geranium and Noma.

Even though there are various activities to do in the Danish capital, the other cities in Denmark boast equal offerings. From stunning nature to quaint old towns, they are all but a short flight away.

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Designed for a cause: Copenhagen is a utopia of green adventures

Frequently dubbed as one of the world’s most livable cities, Copenhagen has been carving out a quiet niche in experiential travel. The capital of Denmark has done what many others can only dream of, delivering urban projects that are as human-centric as they are sustainable. The innovative Danes approach these ideals with trademark creativity, and from there, some of the best travel experiences are also born.

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Discover the diverse food scene


Geranium is the first restaurant to receive three Michelin stars in Denmark and was also ranked second in an annual list of the world’s 50 best restaurants in 2022.

Geranium is located just outside the centre of Copenhagen, at the top floor of the National Football Stadium in Fælledparken (Common Gardens). The restaurant’s mission is to create meals that involve all the senses – restoring and enriching its guests.


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World-famous Noma boasts ground-breaking gourmet gastronomy and has been recognised four times as one of the world's best restaurants in Denmark.

For more than a decade, Noma has been synonymous with food revolutionising New Nordic cuisine which helped put the Nordic region, and Copenhagen in particular on the world map of fine, contemporary gastronomy.

Photo credits: Ditte Isager

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Gro Spiseri

Have dinner among heads of cabbage and lettuce at Gro Spiseri at Denmark’s first rooftop farm. The dinners take place in the cosy greenhouse, which is heated by a multifunctional oven in the kitchen. One long table seats 24 and all the guests often end up chatting with each other.

An evening at Gro Spiseri includes dishes decorated beautifully with flowers, informative insights about the farm, and you can even catch amazing sunset views over the city on a good day.

Photo credits: Martin Heiberg

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Reffen is an organic street food market and urban area for startups, innovation and creativity and is located in the industrial area of Refshaleoen. It houses a great variety of cuisines and creative artisans that have a great passion for craftsmanship. 

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Explore the Culture & History

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is located in Humlebæk, North Sealand, in a beautiful old park offering magnificent panoramic views of the Sound. It houses an exquisite collection of modern art by international artists such as Arp, Francis Bacon, Calder, Dubuffet, Max Ernst, Sam Francis, Giacometti, Kiefer, Henry Moore, Picasso, Rauschenberg and Warhol.

Photo credits: Poul Buchard

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Frederiksborg Castle | The Museum of National History

Frederiksborg Castle was built in the early decades of the 17th century by King Christian IV. It is the largest Renaissance castle in Scandinavia, and it incorporates the very best of Renaissance architecture and craftsmanship.

The castle has housed The Museum of National History since 1878. The museum depicts 500 years of Danish history through portraits, paintings, furniture, sculptures and decorative art.

Photo credits: Daniel Rasmussen

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Immerse in nature


The Deer Park, known as Dyrehaven in Danish, is a natural resort filled with lush forests, small lakes and wide, open landscapes with free-roaming deer.

Besides the beautiful landscape, the Deer Park also has a rich history that dates back hundreds of years. The Park was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as part of the par force hunting landscape.

Photo credits: Daniel Rasmussen

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Møns Klint

Møns Klint offers visitors a perfect view of the Baltic Sea and the turquoise-coloured water. Due to the chalky cliffs, the water looks almost tropical, while the leaves in the surrounding woods appear almost fluorescent. Møns Klint is also a unique experience by night, because of the extremely low amount of light pollution in the area, you will have a clear view of the millions of stars in the night sky.

Photo credits: Andreas Brinckmeyer

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