12hrs in Copenhagen

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Words by Anna Peuckert
Photographs by Søren Jepsen
Last updated: April 15, 2018

Words by Anna Peuckert, Photographs by Søren Jepsen, Last updated: April 15, 2018

Words by Anna Peuckert, Photographs by Søren Jepsen, Last updated: April 15, 2018

Words by Anna Peuckert
 Photographs by Søren Jepsen
Last updated: April 15, 2018

Danes are the happiest people on earth. That's a fact! At least according to countless studies conducted on the subject. Take a stroll through the beautiful Danish capital on a summer's day, and you understand why. Beautiful architecture, lots of water and friendly, good-looking people on bikes everywhere.

To be fair, in winter it is a bit tougher to fall in love with Denmark and Copenhagen at first sight. But of course, the inventive Danes found a way to tackle that problem, too. They actually even invented a word for that: “Hygge”! Ranked third place in a survey conducted about the world's most loveable words that cannot be translated, it roughly translated to something like “the complete lack and absence of anything annoying” and means cozy apartments, candlelight, and good people and food around.

You see, Denmark ranks up there in about every study there is. Time to find out why. Here are our favorite spots to visit in 12hrs in Copenhagen.


Danes are the happiest people on earth. That's a fact! At least according to countless studies conducted on the subject. Take a stroll through the beautiful Danish capital on a summer's day, and you understand why. Beautiful architecture, lots of water and friendly, good-looking people on bikes everywhere.

To be fair, in winter it is a bit tougher to fall in love with Denmark and Copenhagen at first sight. But of course, the inventive Danes found a way to tackle that problem, too. They actually even invented a word for that: “Hygge”! Ranked third place in a survey conducted about the world's most loveable words that cannot be translated, it roughly translated to something like “the complete lack and absence of anything annoying” and means cozy apartments, candlelight, and good people and food around.

You see, Denmark ranks up there in about every study there is. Time to find out why. Here are our favorite spots to visit in 12hrs in Copenhagen.

 

Danes are the happiest people on earth. That's a fact! At least according to countless studies conducted on the subject. Take a stroll through the beautiful Danish capital on a summer's day, and you understand why. Beautiful architecture, lots of water and friendly, good-looking people on bikes everywhere.

To be fair, in winter it is a bit tougher to fall in love with Denmark and Copenhagen at first sight. But of course, the inventive Danes found a way to tackle that problem, too. They actually even invented a word for that: “Hygge”! Ranked third place in a survey conducted about the world's most loveable words that cannot be translated, it roughly translated to something like “the complete lack and absence of anything annoying” and means cozy apartments, candlelight, and good people and food around.

You see, Denmark ranks up there in about every study there is. Time to find out why. Here are our favorite spots to visit in 12hrs in Copenhagen.

 

HOTEL

HOTEL

HOTEL

10AM
10AM
10AM

A very Scandinavian hotel

A very Scandinavian hotel

A very Scandinavian hotel

Nobis Hotel Copenhagen

Nobis Hotel Copenhagen

Nobis Hotel

Contemporary luxury hotel Nobis Hotel Copenhagen has a prime location in the heart of the Danish capital, in a historic building on Niels Brocks Gade 1, off H. C. Andersen Boulevard. The hotel has 77 rooms, with four suites, all housed in a historic landmark building erected in 1903. Designed by architect Martin Borch, it is one of the first concrete building structures in the Danish capital. For many years, it housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music.

With interiors designed by Swedish star architect Gert Wingårdh and Wingårdhs, the new hotel offers the same concept as its Stockholm predecessor — elegant and timeless design, superior comfort with great service, but it is also personalized, sharp and updated in every detail. Nobis feels free of traditional luxury gimmicks and never stuffy. Amenities include a small pool, a gym, and a relax lounge. There are a bar and lounge area connected to the 80-seat Niels Restaurant.


Contemporary luxury hotel Nobis Hotel Copenhagen has a prime location in the heart of the Danish capital, in a historic building on Niels Brocks Gade 1, off H. C. Andersen Boulevard. The hotel has 77 rooms, with four suites, all housed in a historic landmark building erected in 1903. Designed by architect Martin Borch, it is one of the first concrete building structures in the Danish capital. For many years, it housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music.

With interiors designed by Swedish star architect Gert Wingårdh and Wingårdhs, the new hotel offers the same concept as its Stockholm predecessor — elegant and timeless design, superior comfort with great service, but it is also personalized, sharp and updated in every detail. Nobis feels free of traditional luxury gimmicks and never stuffy. Amenities include a small pool, a gym, and a relax lounge. There are a bar and lounge area connected to the 80-seat Niels Restaurant.


Contemporary luxury hotel Nobis Hotel Copenhagen has a prime location in the heart of the Danish capital, in a historic building on Niels Brocks Gade 1, off H. C. Andersen Boulevard. The hotel has 77 rooms, with four suites, all housed in a historic landmark building erected in 1903. Designed by architect Martin Borch, it is one of the first concrete building structures in the Danish capital. For many years, it housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music.

With interiors designed by Swedish star architect Gert Wingårdh and Wingårdhs, the new hotel offers the same concept as its Stockholm predecessor — elegant and timeless design, superior comfort with great service, but it is also personalized, sharp and updated in every detail. Nobis feels free of traditional luxury gimmicks and never stuffy. Amenities include a small pool, a gym, and a relax lounge. There are a bar and lounge area connected to the 80-seat Niels Restaurant.



NOBIS HOTEL COPENHAGEN | NIELS BROCKS GADE 1  | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

IMAGES: SØREN KRISTENSEN


NOBIS HOTEL COPENHAGEN | NIELS BROCKS GADE 1  | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


NOBIS HOTEL COPENHAGEN | NIELS BROCKS GADE 1  | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

BREAKFAST

BREAKFAST

BREAKFAST

11AM
11AM
11AM

A cozy cafe serving fantastic coffee and food

A cozy cafe serving fantastic coffee and food

A cozy cafe serving fantastic coffee and food

Sonny

Sonny

Sonny

Sonny is the perfect cafe to start your day in Copenhagen, with a friendly team around owners Sara and David, serving you all the breakfast staples and great coffee. On the menu, there are classic crowd-pleasers like avocado on rye bread, soft-boiled eggs and granola, as well as some more elaborate dishes like salads and artisanal sandwiches and weekend specials.

David worked in Paris as a barista before he opened Sonny, so expect some cozy Parisian vibes in the cafe. And in summer, you can even enjoy your meal in the small backyard. If you missed breakfast, they are also open for lunch.

 

Sonny is the perfect cafe to start your day in Copenhagen, with a friendly team around owners Sara and David, serving you all the breakfast staples and great coffee. On the menu, there are classic crowd-pleasers like avocado on rye bread, soft-boiled eggs and granola, as well as some more elaborate dishes like salads and artisanal sandwiches and weekend specials.

David worked in Paris as a barista before he opened Sonny, so expect some cozy Parisian vibes in the cafe. And in summer, you can even enjoy your meal in the small backyard. If you missed breakfast, they are also open for lunch.

 

Sonny is the perfect cafe to start your day in Copenhagen, with a friendly team around owners Sara and David, serving you all the breakfast staples and great coffee. On the menu, there are classic crowd-pleasers like avocado on rye bread, soft-boiled eggs and granola, as well as some more elaborate dishes like salads and artisanal sandwiches and weekend specials.

David worked in Paris as a barista before he opened Sonny, so expect some cozy Parisian vibes in the cafe. And in summer, you can even enjoy your meal in the small backyard. If you missed breakfast, they are also open for lunch.

 


SONNY | RÅDHUSSTRÆDE 5 | MON-FRI 7.30AM-6.30PM, SAT 9AM-6.30PM, SUN 9AM-5PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


SONNY | RÅDHUSSTRÆDE 5 | MON-FRI 7.30AM-6.30PM, SAT 9AM-6.30PM, SUN 9AM-5PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


SONNY | RÅDHUSSTRÆDE 5 | MON-FRI 7.30AM-6.30PM, SAT 9AM-6.30PM, SUN 9AM-5PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

WOMENSWEAR

WOMENSWEAR

WOMENSWEAR

12pM
12pM
12pM

Feminine styles from the Danish streetwear brand

Feminine styles from the Danish streetwear brand

Feminine styles from the Danish streetwear brand

Norse Store Women

Norse Store Women

Norse Store Women

The fashion label Norse from Copenhagen has been an insider tip among streetwear fans for many years but for a long time, they didn’t offer any clothes specifically for women. Luckily, they are now designing a women’s collection on top of their regular one and even opened a store dedicated to that right next door from their main flagship store in the city center. On the shelves, you’ll find their beautiful Scandinavian basics as well as selected designs from other brands and as a small selection of books, jewelry, and perfume.

 

The fashion label Norse from Copenhagen has been an insider tip among streetwear fans for many years but for a long time, they didn’t offer any clothes specifically for women. Luckily, they are now designing a women’s collection on top of their regular one and even opened a store dedicated to that right next door from their main flagship store in the city center. On the shelves, you’ll find their beautiful Scandinavian basics as well as selected designs from other brands and as a small selection of books, jewelry, and perfume.

 

The fashion label Norse from Copenhagen has been an insider tip among streetwear fans for many years but for a long time, they didn’t offer any clothes specifically for women. Luckily, they are now designing a women’s collection on top of their regular one and even opened a store dedicated to that right next door from their main flagship store in the city center. On the shelves, you’ll find their beautiful Scandinavian basics as well as selected designs from other brands and as a small selection of books, jewelry, and perfume.

 


NORSE STORE WOMEN | PILESTRÆDE 39 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-THU 10AM-6PM, SAT 11AM-5PM


TOM GREYHOUND | 19 RUE DE  SAINTONGE | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-SAT 11AM-7PM


NORSE STORE WOMEN | PILESTRÆDE 39 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-THU 10AM-6PM, SAT 11AM-5PM


NORSE STORE WOMEN | PILESTRÆDE 39 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-THU 10AM-6PM, SAT 11AM-5PM

MENSWEAR

MENSWEAR

MENSWEAR

1pM
1pM
1pM

One of Copenhagen’s most beautiful stores

One of Copenhagen’s most beautiful stores

One of Copenhagen’s most beautiful stores

Han Kjøbenhavn

Han Kjøbenhavn

Han Kjøbenhavn

The label Han Copenhagen became famous for their spectacle frames, and have since extended their range to beautiful menswear pieces. They offer classic cuts and shapes, and just the interior of the store is worth the visit.


Also be on the lookout for a small but mighty selection of scents and accessories.


The label Han Copenhagen became famous for their spectacle frames, and have since extended their range to beautiful menswear pieces. They offer classic cuts and shapes, and just the interior of the store is worth the visit.


Also be on the lookout for a small but mighty selection of scents and accessories.


The label Han Copenhagen became famous for their spectacle frames, and have since extended their range to beautiful menswear pieces. They offer classic cuts and shapes, and just the interior of the store is worth the visit.

Also be on the lookout for a small but mighty selection of scents and accessories.

 


HAN KJØBENHAVN | VOGNMAGERGADE 7 MON-FRI 11AM-6PM, SAT 10AM-5PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


NOBIS HOTEL COPENHAGEN | NIELS BROCKS GADE 1  | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


HAN KJØBENHAVN | VOGNMAGERGADE 7 MON-FRI 11AM-6PM, SAT 10AM-5PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

SHOPPING

SHOPPING

SHOPPING

2pM
2pM
2pM

Design objects, furniture that lasts a lifetime, and other beautiful things

Danish furniture and design in a beautiful setting

Danish furniture and design in a beautiful setting

Frama Studio Store

Frama Studio

Frama Studio

Frama Studio is a company that dabbles in many, design-related fields: furniture making, lighting, interior design, kitchen building. Their design approach beautifully straddles the line between past and present, aiming to build things that are timeless and still modern. Frama’s portfolio is vast and beautiful, and it is on full display in their beautiful store in the Copenhagen neighborhood of Nyboder.

The building used to house St. Pauls Apotek, which was established in 1878, and many of the original pharmacy fittings still remain inside. But instead of potions and lotions, today you can buy books, cosmetics, and design accessories as well as furniture.

 

Although the brand Normann Copenhagen was only founded in 1999 by two Copenhageners, it has grown into one of the most recognized names in the Danish design industry. Normann products are available in more than 77 countries around the world and highly coveted by lovers of Danish design.

In their 1.700 square meter flagship store in a historic cinema right at the heart of one of Østerbro’s grand boulevards, the brand showcases its whole range of products in different sections, from big centerpieces like sofas and tables to wonderful flower arrangements and accessories. If you are looking to buy some souvenirs, this is another great place to go shopping.

 

Although the brand Normann Copenhagen was only founded in 1999 by two Copenhageners, it has grown into one of the most recognized names in the Danish design industry. Normann products are available in more than 77 countries around the world and highly coveted by lovers of Danish design.

In their 1.700 square meter flagship store in a historic cinema right at the heart of one of Østerbro’s grand boulevards, the brand showcases its whole range of products in different sections, from big centerpieces like sofas and tables to wonderful flower arrangements and accessories. If you are looking to buy some souvenirs, this is another great place to go shopping.

 


FRAMA STUDIO STORE // FREDERICIAGADE 57 // TUE-FRI 11AM-5PM, SAT 11AM-3PM // WEBSITE // INSTAGRAM


NORMANN COPENHAGEN | ØSTERBROGADE 70 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-FRI 11AM-5.30PM, SAT 10AM-3PM


NORMANN COPENHAGEN | ØSTERBROGADE 70 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-FRI 11AM-5.30PM, SAT 10AM-3PM

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

3pM
3pM
3pM

Lunch at the museum

Lunch at the museum

Lunch at the museum

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Apollo Bar

Apollo Bar

Apollo Bar

Apollo Bar is the museum café at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, but it is also a destination on its own. Run by chef and creator Frederik Bille Brahe, who also owns the popular Atelier September on Gothersgade, it is a great place to have lunch, but also a cozy café and meeting place, serving inventive dishes throughout the day.

The space is inviting and feels arty, with high ceilings and statues on display. Visitors sit on chairs covered with small paint splatters which are borrowed from the art school next door. That art school’s cantine is the second place in the building where Bille Brahe set up shop, offering a delicious and healthy lunch every day that doesn’t break the bank, with a choice between a vegetarian and a meat dish. The canteen is open and accessible to the public on weekdays between 11.30am and 2pm, the café stays open all day.

 

Apollo Bar is the museum café at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, but it is also a destination on its own. Run by chef and creator Frederik Bille Brahe, who also owns the popular Atelier September on Gothersgade, it is a great place to have lunch, but also a cozy café and meeting place, serving inventive dishes throughout the day.

The space is inviting and feels arty, with high ceilings and statues on display. Visitors sit on chairs covered with small paint splatters which are borrowed from the art school next door. That art school’s cantine is the second place in the building where Bille Brahe set up shop, offering a delicious and healthy lunch every day that doesn’t break the bank, with a choice between a vegetarian and a meat dish. The canteen is open and accessible to the public on weekdays between 11.30am and 2pm, the café stays open all day.

 

Apollo Bar is the museum café at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, but it is also a destination on its own. Run by chef and creator Frederik Bille Brahe, who also owns the popular Atelier September on Gothersgade, it is a great place to have lunch, but also a cozy café and meeting place, serving inventive dishes throughout the day.

The space is inviting and feels arty, with high ceilings and statues on display. Visitors sit on chairs covered with small paint splatters which are borrowed from the art school next door. That art school’s cantine is the second place in the building where Bille Brahe set up shop, offering a delicious and healthy lunch every day that doesn’t break the bank, with a choice between a vegetarian and a meat dish. The canteen is open and accessible to the public on weekdays between 11.30am and 2pm, the café stays open all day.

 


APOLLO BAR | NYHAVN 2 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-SUN 10AM-4PM


APOLLO BAR | NYHAVN 2 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-SUN 10AM-4PM


APOLLO BAR | NYHAVN 2 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-SUN 10AM-4PM

Facts
Facts
Facts

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. Renowned for its laid-back approach to design, architecture, food, and fashion, it consistently ranks as one of the most liveable cities on earth.

Population (metro area): 2 million
Currency: Danish Krone (DKK)
Language: Danish

Do: Buy a marvelous piece of pastry from one of the great bakeries in town.
Don’t: No need to exchange any cash. You can pay even the smallest amounts with your credit card.

Basic Sentences
Hello // Hej
Thank you // Tak
Yes // Ja
No // Nej
Maybe // Måske

Getting around:
Public transport in Copenhagen is quite expensive, but that doesn’t matter at all: this is a city made for bikes. Rent one from your hotel or from one of the many bike rentals in town and get pedaling.

Dressing the part:
Danes are a stylish bunch and they are perhaps the most laid-back dressers in Scandinavia. Colorful sneakers are the way to go for both women and men, the rest of your outfit can be black as night.

Three souvenirs:
- Wooden animals designed by Kay Bojesen.
- A pair of colorful knitted socks by Henrik Vibskov.
- Licorice made in Denmark (try ‘Lakrids by Johan Bülow’).

 

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. Renowned for its laid-back approach to design, architecture, food, and fashion, it consistently ranks as one of the most liveable cities on earth.

Population (metro area): 2 million
Currency: Danish Krone (DKK)
Language: Danish

Do: Buy a marvelous piece of pastry from one of the great bakeries in town.
Don’t: No need to exchange any cash. You can pay even the smallest amounts with your credit card.

Basic Sentences
Hello // Hej
Thank you // Tak
Yes // Ja
No // Nej
Maybe // Måske

Getting around:
Public transport in Copenhagen is quite expensive, but that doesn’t matter at all: this is a city made for bikes. Rent one from your hotel or from one of the many bike rentals in town and get pedaling.

Dressing the part:
Danes are a stylish bunch and they are perhaps the most laid-back dressers in Scandinavia. Colorful sneakers are the way to go for both women and men, the rest of your outfit can be black as night.

Three souvenirs:
- Wooden animals designed by Kay Bojesen.
- A pair of colorful knitted socks by Henrik Vibskov.
- Licorice made in Denmark (try ‘Lakrids by Johan Bülow’).

 

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. Renowned for its laid-back approach to design, architecture, food, and fashion, it consistently ranks as one of the most liveable cities on earth.

Population (metro area): 2 million
Currency: Danish Krone (DKK)
Language: Danish

Do: Buy a marvelous piece of pastry from one of the great bakeries in town.
Don’t: No need to exchange any cash. You can pay even the smallest amounts with your credit card.

Basic Sentences
Hello // Hej
Thank you // Tak
Yes // Ja
No // Nej
Maybe // Måske

Getting around:
Public transport in Copenhagen is quite expensive, but that doesn’t matter at all: this is a city made for bikes. Rent one from your hotel or from one of the many bike rentals in town and get pedaling.

Dressing the part:
Danes are a stylish bunch and they are perhaps the most laid-back dressers in Scandinavia. Colorful sneakers are the way to go for both women and men, the rest of your outfit can be black as night.

Three souvenirs:
- Wooden animals designed by Kay Bojesen.
- A pair of colorful knitted socks by Henrik Vibskov.
- Licorice made in Denmark (try ‘Lakrids by Johan Bülow’).

 

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. Renowned for its laid-back approach to design, architecture, food, and fashion, it consistently ranks as one of the most liveable cities on earth.

Population (metro area): 2 million
Currency: Danish Krone (DKK)
Language: Danish

Do: Buy a marvelous piece of pastry from one of the great bakeries in town.
Don’t: No need to exchange any cash. You can pay even the smallest amounts with your credit card.

Basic Sentences
Hello // Hej
Thank you // Tak
Yes // Ja
No // Nej
Maybe // Måske

Getting around:
Public transport in Copenhagen is quite expensive, but that doesn’t matter at all: this is a city made for bikes. Rent one from your hotel or from one of the many bike rentals in town and get pedaling.

Dressing the part:
Danes are a stylish bunch and they are perhaps the most laid-back dressers in Scandinavia. Colorful sneakers are the way to go for both women and men, the rest of your outfit can be black as night.

Three souvenirs:
- Wooden animals designed by Kay Bojesen.
- A pair of colorful knitted socks by Henrik Vibskov.
- Licorice made in Denmark (try ‘Lakrids by Johan Bülow’).

 

CULTURE

CULTURE

CULTURE

4pM
4pM
4pM

A museum worth the track out of the city

A museum worth the track out of the city

A museum worth the track out of the city

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Denmark’s most important museum for modern and contemporary art attracts the world’s best artists who regularly create fantastic exhibitions here and showcase their works. The surrounding nature is just as much part of the museum as the paintings and sculptures inside. With the main buildings embedded in the wild Danish countryside, you can look out on the sea from many of the exhibition spaces and from the sculpture park. We suggest buying your tickets online prior to your visit to save yourself from standing in line.


Denmark’s most important museum for modern and contemporary art attracts the world’s best artists who regularly create fantastic exhibitions here and showcase their works. The surrounding nature is just as much part of the museum as the paintings and sculptures inside. With the main buildings embedded in the wild Danish countryside, you can look out on the sea from many of the exhibition spaces and from the sculpture park. We suggest buying your tickets online prior to your visit to save yourself from standing in line.


Denmark’s most important museum for modern and contemporary art attracts the world’s best artists who regularly create fantastic exhibitions here and showcase their works. The surrounding nature is just as much part of the museum as the paintings and sculptures inside. With the main buildings embedded in the wild Danish countryside, you can look out on the sea from many of the exhibition spaces and from the sculpture park. We suggest buying your tickets online prior to your visit to save yourself from standing in line.



LOUISIANA | GAMMEL STRANDVEJ 13, HUMLEBÆK | 
TUE-FRI 11AM-10PM, SAT/SUN 11AM-6PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
IMAGES: KIM HANSEN (1) SØREN JEPSEN (2)


LOUISIANA | GAMMEL STRANDVEJ 13, HUMLEBÆK | 
TUE-FRI 11AM-10PM, SAT/SUN 11AM-6PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


LOUISIANA | GAMMEL STRANDVEJ 13, HUMLEBÆK | 
TUE-FRI 11AM-10PM, SAT/SUN 11AM-6PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

COFFEE

COFFEE

COFFEE

5pM
5pM
5pM

Copenhagen’s best coffee

Copenhagen’s best coffee

Copenhagen’s best coffee

Torvehallerne

Coffee Collective

Coffee Collective in Torvehallerne

Coffee Collective

Coffee Collective

Coffee Collective is a staple on the international coffee scene and famous among coffee fans far beyond Copenhagen. Known for high-quality beans, sourced directly from the farmers and expertly roasted in Denmark, the company is as likable as it is popular.

The Coffee Collective operates three cafes in the city, and this one, in the back of the bustling food court Torvehallerne, always seems to be the busiest one. Grab a coffee to go here or – if the Danish weather permits it – sit outside at one of the big tables and enjoy the busy market.

 

Coffee Collective is a staple on the international coffee scene and famous among coffee fans far beyond Copenhagen. Known for high-quality beans, sourced directly from the farmers and expertly roasted in Denmark, the company is as likable as it is popular.

The Coffee Collective operates three cafes in the city, and this one, in the back of the bustling food court Torvehallerne, always seems to be the busiest one. Grab a coffee to go here or – if the Danish weather permits it – sit outside at one of the big tables and enjoy the busy market.

 

Coffee Collective is a staple on the international coffee scene and famous among coffee fans far beyond Copenhagen. Known for high-quality beans, sourced directly from the farmers and expertly roasted in Denmark, the company is as likable as it is popular.

The Coffee Collective operates three cafes in the city, and this one, in the back of the bustling food court Torvehallerne, always seems to be the busiest one. Grab a coffee to go here or – if the Danish weather permits it – sit outside at one of the big tables and enjoy the busy market.

 


COFFEE COLLECTIVE | VENDERSGADE 6D | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

MON-FRI 7AM-8PM, SAT 8AM-7PM, SUN 8AM-6PM


COFFEE COLLECTIVE | VENDERSGADE 6D | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

MON-FRI 7AM-8PM, SAT 8AM-7PM, SUN 8AM-6PM


COFFEE COLLECTIVE | VENDERSGADE 6D | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

MON-FRI 7AM-8PM, SAT 8AM-7PM, SUN 8AM-6PM

SOUVENIRS

SOUVENIRS

SOUVENIRS

6pM
6pM
6pM

Beer, mugs, and glasses for beer lovers

Beer, mugs, and glasses for beer lovers

Beer, mugs, and glasses for beer lovers

BRUS Shop

BRUS Shop

BRUS Shop

BRUS is a brewery, gastropub, restaurant, cool hang out and shop in an old iron foundry and locomotive factory in Nørrebro.

Come here not only for the great beer and food but also for some serious souvenir shopping. On the shelves in the front of the building are all of BRUS’ beautifully designed specialty beers in cans and bottles, but also cider and non-alcoholic drinks.

Consider buying some pretty glasses for your shelf at home, or maybe a tote bag or a T-Shirt to represent Copenhagen’s unique beer culture. A plus: they also serve drinks and snacks in the shop.


BRUS is a brewery, gastropub, restaurant, cool hang out and shop in an old iron foundry and locomotive factory in Nørrebro.

Come here not only for the great beer and food but also for some serious souvenir shopping. On the shelves in the front of the building are all of BRUS’ beautifully designed specialty beers in cans and bottles, but also cider and non-alcoholic drinks.

Consider buying some pretty glasses for your shelf at home, or maybe a tote bag or a T-Shirt to represent Copenhagen’s unique beer culture. A plus: they also serve drinks and snacks in the shop.


BRUS is a brewery, gastropub, restaurant, cool hang out and shop in an old iron foundry and locomotive factory in Nørrebro.

Come here not only for the great beer and food but also for some serious souvenir shopping. On the shelves in the front of the building are all of BRUS’ beautifully designed specialty beers in cans and bottles, but also cider and non-alcoholic drinks.

Consider buying some pretty glasses for your shelf at home, or maybe a tote bag or a T-Shirt to represent Copenhagen’s unique beer culture. A plus: they also serve drinks and snacks in the shop.



BRUS SHOP | GULDBERGSGADE 29F | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-THU 12PM-9PM, FRI 12PM-11PM, SAT 11AM-11PM, SUN 11AM-9PM


BRUS SHOP | GULDBERGSGADE 29F | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-THU 12PM-9PM, FRI 12PM-11PM, SAT 11AM-11PM, SUN 11AM-9PM


BRUS SHOP | GULDBERGSGADE 29F | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-THU 12PM-9PM, FRI 12PM-11PM, SAT 11AM-11PM, SUN 11AM-9PM

SIGHTS

SIGHTS

SIGHTS

7pM
7pM
7pM

A church unlike any other

A church unlike any other

A church unlike any other

Grundtvigs Kirke

Grundtvigs Kirke

Grundtvigs Kirke

Although Grundtvigt’s Church is a simple building, it is absolutely breathtaking. Light and airy, its Western facade looks just like the backdrop to a fantasy movie. It was built out of six million yellow bricks to honor Danish philosopher and pastor Nikolai Frederik Severin Grundtvig from 1920 until 1941 and fits 1.800 worshippers, making it Denmark’s church with the most seats.

 

Although Grundtvigt’s Church is a simple building, it is absolutely breathtaking. Light and airy, its Western facade looks just like the backdrop to a fantasy movie. It was built out of six million yellow bricks to honor Danish philosopher and pastor Nikolai Frederik Severin Grundtvig from 1920 until 1941 and fits 1.800 worshippers, making it Denmark’s church with the most seats.

 

Although Grundtvigt’s Church is a simple building, it is absolutely breathtaking. Light and airy, its Western facade looks just like the backdrop to a fantasy movie. It was built out of six million yellow bricks to honor Danish philosopher and pastor Nikolai Frederik Severin Grundtvig from 1920 until 1941 and fits 1.800 worshippers, making it Denmark’s church with the most seats.

 


GRUNDTVIGS KIRKE | PÅ BJERGET 14B | WEBSITE


GRUNDTVIGS KIRKE | PÅ BJERGET 14B | WEBSITE


GRUNDTVIGS KIRKE | PÅ BJERGET 14B | WEBSITE

DINNER

DINNER

DINNER

8pM
8pM
8pM

New Nordic cuisine for beginners

New Nordic cuisine for beginners

New Nordic cuisine for beginners

Höst

Höst

Höst

Höst is a restaurant from the owners of super popular restaurant group Cofoco. The interior looks as if it was taken straight out of a catalog for Scandinavian minimalist furniture, the walls are washed white, and the tableware rustic. All this is supposed to make you feel as if you were at a Scandinavian farmyard that somehow has been transported into the city environment. And it works!

The food goes with this theme, focussing again on local ingredients and simple preparations. Go for the affordable three-course menu, which costs 350 DKK and showcases what's fresh on the market that day. Be sure to book a table online before your visit.


Höst is a restaurant from the owners of super popular restaurant group Cofoco. The interior looks as if it was taken straight out of a catalog for Scandinavian minimalist furniture, the walls are washed white, and the tableware rustic. All this is supposed to make you feel as if you were at a Scandinavian farmyard that somehow has been transported into the city environment. And it works!

The food goes with this theme, focussing again on local ingredients and simple preparations. Go for the affordable three-course menu, which costs 350 DKK and showcases what's fresh on the market that day. Be sure to book a table online before your visit.


Höst is a restaurant from the owners of super popular restaurant group Cofoco. The interior looks as if it was taken straight out of a catalog for Scandinavian minimalist furniture, the walls are washed white, and the tableware rustic. All this is supposed to make you feel as if you were at a Scandinavian farmyard that somehow has been transported into the city environment. And it works!

The food goes with this theme, focussing again on local ingredients and simple preparations. Go for the affordable three-course menu, which costs 350 DKK and showcases what's fresh on the market that day. Be sure to book a table online before your visit.



HÖST | NØRRE FARIMAGSGADE 41 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-SUN 5.30PM-12AM


HÖST | NØRRE FARIMAGSGADE 41 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-SUN 5.30PM-12AM


HÖST | NØRRE FARIMAGSGADE 41 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-SUN 5.30PM-12AM

GOING OUT

GOING OUT

GOING OUT

9pM
9pM
9pM

Copenhagen cocktail hour

Copenhagen Cocktail Hour

Copenhagen Cocktail Hour

Lidkoeb

Lidkoeb

Lidkoeb

Opened in 2012 and owned by Adeline and Rasmus Shepherd-Lomborg, the people behind the popular Ruby cocktail bar in the city center of Copenhagen, Lidkoeb is one of Copenhagen’s best bars.

The building was erected in 1886 by pharmacist H.P. Madsen and for more than 100 years, it housed the production facility of Vesterbro pharmacy. Now, after extensive renovations and refurbishments, it’s a sprawling bar on three floors. The ground floor hosts the main room, dominated by the long oak counter, the high draught taps, and a cozy open fireplace. Everything is kept light and classic, but with a modern Danish touch. In summer the doors open to a big courtyard.

The bar on the first floor is open to guests on the weekends, and the same is true for the top floor, where you can find Lidkoeb’s new Whiskey bar that focusses solely on Whiskeys from around the world.


Opened in 2012 and owned by Adeline and Rasmus Shepherd-Lomborg, the people behind the popular Ruby cocktail bar in the city center of Copenhagen, Lidkoeb is one of Copenhagen’s best bars.

The building was erected in 1886 by pharmacist H.P. Madsen and for more than 100 years, it housed the production facility of Vesterbro pharmacy. Now, after extensive renovations and refurbishments, it’s a sprawling bar on three floors. The ground floor hosts the main room, dominated by the long oak counter, the high draught taps, and a cozy open fireplace. Everything is kept light and classic, but with a modern Danish touch. In summer the doors open to a big courtyard.

The bar on the first floor is open to guests on the weekends, and the same is true for the top floor, where you can find Lidkoeb’s new Whiskey bar that focusses solely on Whiskeys from around the world.


Opened in 2012 and owned by Adeline and Rasmus Shepherd-Lomborg, the people behind the popular Ruby cocktail bar in the city center of Copenhagen, Lidkoeb is one of Copenhagen’s best bars.

The building was erected in 1886 by pharmacist H.P. Madsen and for more than 100 years, it housed the production facility of Vesterbro pharmacy. Now, after extensive renovations and refurbishments, it’s a sprawling bar on three floors. The ground floor hosts the main room, dominated by the long oak counter, the high draught taps, and a cozy open fireplace. Everything is kept light and classic, but with a modern Danish touch. In summer the doors open to a big courtyard.

The bar on the first floor is open to guests on the weekends, and the same is true for the top floor, where you can find Lidkoeb’s new Whiskey bar that focusses solely on Whiskeys from around the world.



LIDKEOB | VESTERBROGADE 72B | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

TUE-SAT 4PM-2AM, SUN-MON 8PM-2AM


LIDKEOB | VESTERBROGADE 72B | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

TUE-SAT 4PM-2AM, SUN-MON 8PM-2AM


LIDKEOB | VESTERBROGADE 72B | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

TUE-SAT 4PM-2AM, SUN-MON 8PM-2AM

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