Collected by Andrew Greenspan
Gamle Carlsberg Vej 11, 1799 København, Denmark
Beyond being Denmark's most famous beer, Carlsberg has played a central role in shaping the look, feel, and prosperity of Copenhagen over the years. If you're a beer lover and interested in a fun experience, consider setting aside time to do a...
Bredgade 68, 1260 København, Denmark
Where better to see and learn about design than the Danish design museum? This museum brings in wonderful traveling exhibits to supplement its permanent exhibits and has fun mixture of different design works from all over the world.
Dantes Plads 7, 1556 København, Denmark
We stood like a pair of Hemingway’s cats in the thin Scandinavian rain to photograph the oxidized lions washed dark at the front of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. A rainy day is always a good day to see a museum and the Carlsberg, the brainchild of...
Ryesgade 3, 2200 København, Denmark
Beer aficionados, listen up. I'd be willing to bet that your ale-induced reveries often took you to a place almost too good to be true, where the homemade beers not only rocked your socks but also your taste buds with a mouth-watering, upscale...
Fiolstræde 3, 1171 København, Denmark
Dalle Valle brought the concept of daily specials to Copenhagen in a big way and has been growing every since. Now a chain, this restaurant has a hip vibe that is extremely popular among young people. While prices have started to inch up, they run...
Nybrogade 10, 1203 København K, Denmark
Situated across from the Thorvaldsons Museum next to the Christianslot Canal this cocktail bar is inspired heavily by a vintage motif (think 1800s meets prohibition speakeasy). With well worn leather couches, cozy small rooms, vintage wallpaper,...
Vandkunsten 5, 1467 København K, Denmark
Situated right in the heart of downtown, CPH Downtown is a vibrant hostel with a great reputation, friendly staff, and modern facility. Locals and travelers alike often can be found mixing and mingling in the hostel bar which not only services...
Løvstræde 4, 1152 København, Denmark
Hornsleth Bar is half cocktail bar, half relaxed club. It has the feel of a rock bar, and is an art bar inspired by the works of controversial artist Christian Von Hornsleth. With semi-pornographic images around the bar, and a highly sexualized...
Krystalgade 11, 1172 København, Denmark
If you're looking for a fun (but cramped) atmosphere with reasonably priced drinks and a predominantly Danish crowd head to Cafe Halvvejen. This little bar has a charming, albeit cramped feel to it that still retails the spirit of its bodega...
Elmegade 2, 2200 København, Denmark
"Øl" means beer in Danish and perfectly sums up this place. It is a no-frills beer bar that has a rotating tap. The beers of the day are written on chalkboards behind the bar and the bar staff is always happy to make suggestions. If you're a beer...
Sankt Hans Gade 19, 2200 København, Denmark
The Barking Dog is a beer and cocktail bar where the bartenders are well trained and focus on service. You'll find a fun ambiance and environment that is carefully controlled to ensure it doesn't become overly crowded. Beers are served in chilled...
Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København, Denmark
As I arrived in Copenhagen for the first time, I followed the map from the subway to my hostel. All was going smoothly until a police officer who was directing traffic stopped me from passing. I stood there with my big pack on my front and back...
Sankt Annæ Gade 29, 1416 København, Denmark
You can see the black and gold spiral steeple of the Church of our Saviour, or Vor Frelsers Kirke, all over Copenhagen. It's not until you are standing beneath it you realize that golden spiral is actually a staircase—on the outside. If you are...
Skomakaregatan 11, 211 34 Malmö, Sweden
Leave it to the coolest, hippest country on the planet to come up with a cool concept like that. Sweden, you keep surprising me. Imagine a ultra-modern record shop in the heart of a touristy, busy medieval square. Imagine a mouth-watering café...
Skeppsbron 1, 211 20 Malmö, Sweden
If you fancy a neat way to get from Copenhagen, Denmark to Malmö, Sweden, then I'd suggest you take a train. Find your assigned car, and enjoy the scenic ride along the Öresund Bridge as you cross an inlet of the Baltic Sea. Upon arrival in Malmö,...
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