Many residents of Copenhagen have chosen the bicycle as their preferred mode of transport. The city has a significant network of cycle paths and most roads have a cycle lane.
This can be challenging... more
Hello, after few days in Copenhagen enjoying my time with my family I've been robbed at the main railway station in my way back home. They first observed me whiles I was purchasing the tickets then... more
I am very sorry that after a wonderful weekend in Copenhagen the very first tip I am writing is a very negative one. However, I am still so frigging angry about how I was treated I simply have to... more
Christiana is well worth a visit, though perhaps not so much if you are a voyeur type of tourist. The community is pretty off-beat and generally laid-back and sitting having a beer and passing the... more
Copenhagen is expensive, at least for some things a tourist do/need: accommodation, eating out, drinks. In addition, if you pay by credit card, in most places they will charge you a percentage (as far... more
I feel priviliged to work here! All my life I have overlooked it as the place where I first changed trains on holidays and then, as an expat Swede, often changed trains or planes between Sweden and......
Copenhagen is one of the world's foremost bicycle cities.
It is also the home of a stunning new opera house, simply called Operaen = The Opera, which opened in 2004 on the harbor directly opposite......
I returned to Denmark for the third time in July 2009 at the time of the Copenhagen Jazz Festival - I'm a big fan. It was also a great opportunity do explore Frederiksberg Kommun with one of the savvy...