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Here for the beer (and the food): Copenhagen, Denmark

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Okay, look – I give you a word, you give me the places you think of, okay? Provided this isn’t some kind of Freudian ruse to get me to admit to something appalling, I’m in… Beer. Germany, Belgium… Quite. Well that worked well, thanks. While Copenhagen may not be the first place you think of when […]

Been there, haven’t done that – 5 things you shouldn’t miss in Copenhagen

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In our mission to inspire and inform Grown-up Travellers we continue our series of articles containing ideas for alternative things to do and see in well-known destinations. You may well have read our post about London and the one about Stockholm but now we move our attention to Copenhagen. The self-proclaimed ‘Capital of Cool’? That’s the one. […]

Hotel Review – Adina Apartment Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark

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The Danish capital has plenty to draw the Grown-up Traveller. Whether you want to follow in the footsteps of Sarah Lund (The Killing/Forbrydelsen) or eat at the best restaurant in the world (Noma), Copenhagen can oblige. There’s all the fun of the fair at Tivoli Gardens and a recent craze for craft beer is also attracting […]

Grown-up Travel Guide Daily Photo: Cycle counter, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Isn’t this great? In Copenhagen a digital counter keeps track of how many cyclists have passed this point on Dronning Louise’s Bridge (the busiest street for bikes in the whole of Denmark) each day and also displays the total for the year so far. So as you can see 7,313 bicycles had already gone by […]